Trinity’s motto is to “Glorify God, Share Christ’s Love, and Make New Disciples.” We are well known for our mission work and joyfully answer the call to serve God by serving others. The Mission Committee meets monthly to plan and discuss current and future projects. Our goal is to reach out to our community and beyond to support and fulfill their needs. There are many volunteer opportunities to serve others and make a difference in people’s lives. If you would like to be a part of our committee or volunteer for an activity, contact the church at 785-272-2620.
- 53% of Trinity’s mission budget supports mission locally and around the world
- 38% of Trinity’s mission budget supports local mission partners
Trinity partners with other Topeka churches and faith groups in support of this non-denominational help agency. Doorstep, Inc. provides short-term emergency aid to individuals in need as well as promoting long-term self-sufficiency for their clients.
- Year-round non-perishable food and gently used clothing and household supplies can be delivered to the designated collection boxes in the church lobby.
- Trinity’s major food drive, “Buy the Case” program held in March, has provided over 200 cases of food to Doorstep annually.
- Volunteers are needed to assist at the Doorstep clothing room or Christmas store
- Souper Bowl Food Drive in February; Christmas in August supplements Christmas store supplies; October Neighbor Helping Neighbor Walk/Run
Mobile Health Clinic
Stormont Vail Health Mobile Clinic provides primary care services for 12-15 patients per day. It features two patient exam rooms and a small waiting area. Potential patients should schedule appointments in advance by calling (785) 270-4440. Walk-ins will be accepted for any uinfilled slots.
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The 37 foot-long Mobile Health Clinic is ADA accessible and staffed by an Advanced Practice Provider and a Registered Nurse, both bi-lingual.
Services provided: Blood pressure check, Diabetes screening, Routine lab work, Annual screening, Immunications (including flu shots), Care for on-going chronic conditions.
PAYMENT OPTIONS: They acept insurance and offer free or reduced pricing for uninsured and low-incomed patients.
Topeka Rescue Mission
The Topeka Rescue Mission ministers to the broken by sheltering and serving the homeless and feeding the hungry.
Trinity members serve dinners to TRM clients the second Tuesday of every month while others hand out food to clients at different times. During the winter months, we gather gently used blankets and distribute them to TRM clients. Trinity also supports TRM financially.
Harvesters has been distributing food to hungry families, seniors, and children through partner agencies in Topeka for almost 30 years.
Trinity holds a food distribution in our parking lot the second Monday of every month from 12:00 – 1:00 pm and we can always use more volunteers.
USD 501 Schools
Trinity volunteers distribute summer meals for children 1-18 every Friday during the Summer.
One Great Hour of Sharing is the single largest way that Presbyterians join together to share God’s love with our neighbors in need around the world. Each gift helps to improve the lives of people in challenging situations through three programs: Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Special Development of People. This offering is collected during the Lenten Season.
Pentecost Offering is a way to build God’s household with children, youth, and young adults. The greatest portion of this offering stays with our congregation to develop and support our young people at Trinity. Other funds go to support young adult leaders serving in communities around the world as they grow through transformative Christian service. The offering provides advocacy and education that protects and nurtures our children and youth.
Christmas Joy Offering supports church leaders among us who have pointed us to God. Half of the funds go to honoring the faithfulness of current and retired church workers and their families in critical financial need (whether it is a family emergency, a health-care crisis or even assistance to pastors affected by natural disasters). The other half prepares the way for future leaders, making it possible for students to learn and grow in faith at Presbyterian-related schools and colleges and communities of color.
The Peace and Global Witness Offering draws Presbyterians together as active peacemakers and provides education and exposure to those who show us how to do this work well. It allows us to create resources for dealing with conflict and nurturing reconciliation as well stand in support of our global sisters and brothers because the peace of Christ belongs to people everywhere.