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"O divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek

to be consoled as to console,

to be understood as to understand, to be loved as to love.

For it is in giving that we receive." 

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OUR MISSION & OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Anglican Prayer beaders from Trinity gather with beaders from Stonehaven (a nearby transitional residential treatment center) to enjoy other’s company while creating prayer beads infused with laughter, love and prayers for the person that chooses the beads gather to create prayer beads. We estimate over 5,000 prayer beads have been made since we started 5 years ago!

We are here for you and ready with the power of prayer.  Members and visitors can leave prayer requests in the prayer jar in the front of the church.

Do you have a loved one or other care or concern that needs our prayers?  Click here to submit your request to us and it will become a part of our prayer circle.

Each month, we focus on a different cause for a Morning Prayer Service Project, listening to where the spirit takes us.  We publicize and involve the community in our collections.  We recently collected new and gently used games from the community, cleaned and organized them for the to Batonce’s Magnet School in Hartford. Other service projects included filling backpacks with small games for Covenant to Care's Fatherhood Initiative program, filled bags with books and blankets for “Books and Blankets for Children’s Literacy”, made cookies and filled backpacks for Streetfire Annual Christmas Party.

Sharing the LOVE of Jesus to bring hope, salvation and transformation to our poor and homeless community.

 

Streetfire Ministries has been serving the poor and homeless population of Middletown and surrounding areas for nearly five years.  Many of the people they serve no longer believe they are valuable.  Their mission is to show them their value to Jesus and help them develop a personal relationship with Him.  When they do, they begin to experience the productive life God has waiting for them.  

Trinity Church supports this vital outreach ministry and encourages others to get involved.

We work in collaboration with the Portland Food Bank and contribute items they need each month, in addition to monetary donations. 

Events are also held throughout the year to assist the Portland Food Bank.

Here are the items suggested to contribute each month:

January:       School snacks

February:    Toothbrushes, tooth paste, dental floss, mouthwash

March:         Toilet paper

April:            Toiletries, such as shampoo, deodorant, soap

May:             Paper towels

June:             Canned fruit

July:               Cereal

August:         School snacks

September:  Laundry detergent, dryer sheets, dish soap, sponges

October:       Canned meat

November:   Pasta and sauce

December:    Diapers and baby wipes

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