Time, Talent and Treasure
Our congregation has been a visible and active presence in our community, offering volunteers for events and organizations and space use for support groups. During the lengthy period of closure during the pandemic, our activities may have been curbed somewhat, but we still offer what we can in support of the people in our community.
Because of the "essential" nature of their service, we are able to provide space for the American Red Cross blood drives.
We've hosted our own drive-thru drives for socks for the homeless.
We maintain our commitment to Dismas House to provide dinner for the residents once each month.
Our individual congregant members make sure food is delivered to the Rutland Community Cupboard and to BROC's food shelve on a regular basis.
We strive to find ways in which our unique gifts and talents can be used to the glory of God and the help of our neighbors.
We encourage members and friends of Trinity Church to submit ideas for ways we can minister to our community while maintaining the safe distance to protect and defend against the spread of Covid-19. Do you see a need that is not being met? Let's talk about it!
The Vestry serves as the Board of Directors for the church and meets monthly to discuss and review daily operations of the church together with business and financial oversight, guiding Trinity into the future. Made up of people from a variety of walks of life.
Fern Fryer, Senior Warden
Jay Slenker, Junior Warden
Contact Fern Fryer for questions at:
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On Sundays we encourage folks to participate in our worship by becoming a lector or intercessor.
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