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The most obvious expression of our love for our neighbor is found in the caring ministries of Trinity Church. As we provide for the physical and spiritual needs of both our members and our neighbors in this community and beyond, we strive to obey the instructions of Jesus and become His hands and feet, sharing His love with those in need.
Trinity has a wide variety of "hands on" ministry opportunities that we sponsor and we also participate in many joint ministries with other churches. These ministries include:
Sunday Morning Healing Ministry - Betty Waddell (281-470-9026)
This is a powerful ministry that goes on each Sunday during communion. It is one of our Healing Ministries, and we are in need of additional Healing Ministers.
Wednesday Evening Healing Ministry - Prayers for Healing, and the Laying-On of Hands
In this service, held from 6:15 to 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary, we name particular people, places, and situations for which prayers have been specifically asked. We do this because each person and situation is known to God, not as a problem to be solved, but as a focus for His acceptance and love.
There will also be an opportunity for those who wish to come forward to receive or share in the ministry of the laying-on of hands. This can be either for themselves or for another person or situation.
If you cannot come to the service, but you have need of prayer and did not leave the request on Sunday morning for the Wednesday night healing service, and you'd like to have your name or someone else's read aloud during the service, you can e-mail The Reverend Micki Rios with your request: lemissy2@AOL.com There is power in the community coming together to pray for themselves and others!
Hospital Visitation - Eleanor Albon (281-428-7787)
Volunteers for this ministry visit members of our congregation who are hospitalized in Baytown.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors - John Lefeber (281-427-9476)
Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEVs) take communion to shut-ins at their homes or in the hospital.
Tract Racks - Gary and Donna Garner (281-427-4630)
The primary mission of this ministry is to insure that the latest issues of Forward in Faith and Our Daily Bread are available to our church family and our visitors.
Loaves and Fishes - Susan Hazelwood (281-383-2544)
Loaves and Fishes is a ministry of the women of Trinity. We prepare meals for bereaving members of our Trinity family.
Second Family Care Team - Jan Abbey (281-839-1132)
Second family ministry is a team of caregivers whose primary interest is in serving the elderly of the parish and community.The goal of the team is to make it possible for seniors to remain in their homes as long as possible with a little help from second family.
Stephen Ministry - Fr. Nick Novak (281-421-0900)
Our congregation's Stephen Ministry equips lay people through fifty hours of intense training to provide confidential, one-to-one Christian care to individuals in our congregation and community who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. Stephen Ministry is Jesus caring for people through people.
Walking the Mourner's Path - The Reverend Micki Rios (281-421-3935) and Sharon Gorman-Rogers (281-422-5188)
Walking the Mourner's Path is a Christ-centered bereavement training and grief support program.
Contemplative Prayer - In contemplative Prayer, we rest in silence in God's presence, accepting that God knows our needs and that this knowledge is the love which creates and will eventually complete us. The Trinity Contemplative Prayer groups meet on Tuesday mornings from 10-11 a.m. and on Wednesday evenings from 5:30-6:20 p.m., in the Sanctuary.
Wednesday Morning Prayer Group - Kathleen Graf (281-867-0116)
For over 40 years this group has met to give thanks and to extend prayers to God on behalf of those in need of healing and guidance. We meet in the sanctuary at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday mornings, and urge anyone who might have this calling to consider joining us.
Helping Hands - The Reverend Micki Rios (281-421-3935) or (281-421-0090)
The Helping Hands ministry encompasses a number of projects but the underlying purpose is being Christ to others through this ministry. By showing Christ to others, Helping Hands participants have been blessed to see what the love of Christ does in them when they offer their selves and their gifts to the Lord to use.