If you're looking for ways to make a difference in our community and the world, look no further.
July 3—Alpine Nursing and Rehab
Come to Alpine on Tuesday, July 3. We will be led in music by Shirley Barron and Kandi Hinojosa and visit with the residents. Everyone from children to adults are encouraged to volunteer for this day. It’s a great way to get out and about and even get to visit some of our own church members while we are there. Call Amy Stegall to volunteer for this event 251-0750
July 9—Med Camp Rough Riders Dinner
Serve Jambalaya and Ice Cream to the most amazing group of kids! There are two ways to participate in this awesome night, you can help with the cost of the meal (totaling $300) or you can serve dinner. It is so much fun to be at Camp Alabama—it is a GREAT way for your whole family to serve. Mark your calendar and let event coordinator Teila Lee 497-5527 or Amy Stegall 251-0750 in the church office know how you plan to help.
July 18—Sack Lunch Wednesday
Presbyterian Church of Ruston
Each Wednesday, the Presbyterian Church of Ruston hands out sack lunches to approximately 40 people in our community who need a meal. Their ideal location makes it easy for people to walk to get there. Volunteers will help with the cost of the food, pack lunch, and pass out the sacks that day. If you can help with one or all of these we’d love for you! Please contact Miriam Savage 255-4460 to sign up to serve for this event. Or call Amy Stegall in the Church office.
July 25-29—Weekend of the Cross
Trinity has hosted the WOC for over 20 years, because of the vision of a group in our congregation. We have shared the good news of Jesus Christ and served hundreds of people in our local community. ICU teams head out each day and serve our community by painting houses, building wheelchair ramps, cleaning yards and so much more. At night, we come together and have an amazing time of fellowship and worship. This year Rev. Chad Brooks, of The Foundry in Sterlington, will lead worship. It is guaranteed to be an amazing experience. You can serve in many ways, from food, to ICU group, activities, donating to cover cost of projects, staying overnight and more. It takes almost 200 volunteers to make WOC happen! We need you! Call Carrie McCullin, Jessica Harrison, Kim Alexander, Becky Clark, or Richard Heard if you have questions or if you would like to find a way to be a part of this amazing Ministry of Trinity UMC. Contact information is available in the church office.
Let us know if you've got an idea for an outreach or mission project.