Local Community

Free Prayer at Mokas

Most Thursdays from 10am-2pm, Pastor Marie will be at Mokas (1230 E 27th Street) to pray for and with members of the community. Prayer requests can be sent to Pastor Marie in advance. Contact her at tlcpr@eaglecom.net, or on her Facebook page.

 

Jana’s Closet

Janas-ClosetAre you a woman re-entering the work force who needs an interview outfit, or a student who needs “business professional” presentation clothes?  Jana’s Closet provides gently worn professional clothes to women.  Come browse our selection, which frequently changes based on donations, seasons, and need, during Trinity’s office hours.  We can also provide wardrobe and make-up advice by appointment.  Jana’s Closet is a part of Jana’s Campaign.  To find out more, visit the Jana’s Closet Facebook page.

 

Neighbors in Need

Trinity’s food bin holds donations for the Community Assistance Center and St. Joseph’s Food Pantry. Anyone can contribute as they are able.  We also collect items for Backpacks for Kids, the USD 489 Hope Pantry, and Christmas family.  TLC also supports First Call for Help, which aids community members in need of temporary financial assistance.

 

Ellis County Ministerial Alliance (ECMA)

Photo courtesy The Hays Daily News

The Ellis County Ministerial Alliance (ECMA) is a cooperation of Ellis County churches and ministries united in fellowship, encouragement, worship and support. The ECMA also sponsors First Call for Help, in addition to several community projects and events such as the Festival of Faith, Procession of Palms, Thanksgiving Day Feast, and the monthly ONE magazine. ONE now has online archives for those who missed an issue.

 

BBQ Benefits

Approximately every six months, Trinity holds a BBQ fundraiser for various organizations. Past beneficiaries have included: First Call for Help, Special Olympics, Western Plains Animal Refuge, and Habitat for Humanity. The video below chronicles the October 2018 BBQ benefiting the Community Assistance Center and Camp Tomah Shinga.