Outreach is one of the most spiritual ministries at Trinity Episcopal Church. Our love for our church family and our community is expressed through our joyful giving to members of our community that are in need. Our outreach meetings so completely embody the joy of giving that our agendas include: What do they need, how can we help, and how can we find a way to get them what they need.
Outreach from Trinity Episcopal Church includes: Organizations in the local Belleville and Romulus area, organizations supported by the Michigan Diocese and national/international relief fund agencies.
We prioritize helping organizations that serve children (Boy Scouts, Boys an Girls Clubs, Helping Hands, Adopt-A-Child-Size and Whitaker School of Theology) support hunger (Spirit of Hope Soup Kitchen, Mariner's Inn, Crop Walk) and families (Habitat for Humanity, The Salvation Army Plymouth, Church World Service, Episcopal Relief and Development, The American Red Cross, Whitaker School of Theology).
In addition to generous giving, Trinity Church provides the leadership teams for the Belleville Strawberry Festival, downriver area Church Crop Walk and the Adopt-A-Child program. Active leadership participation in these organizations helps us to generate more money for our outreach support.
At Trinity, we know the true meaning of Christian giving.
In 1999, James A. Fowler wrote, "It is not Christian giving unless we freely choose to participate in God's grace of giving, prompted by God, and not manipulated by man!"