Trinity Baptist Church seeks to encourage and facilitate members to be involved in God's kingdom work. There is a lot to do right in the community that we live in and we know that God wants to use His people to make a difference in their own neighborhood both by doing good things like feeding the hungry and providing clothing for the homeless and also telling them of the Good News of Jesus Christ. Some of the ways that Trinity has been involved in local missions are:
A group of Trinity members minister every Sunday afternoon providing a worship service for residents.
Our women's ministry is very active with Gracewood, a shelter for single women and their children.
We support KCM through our budget and we provide volunteers as needed. Our teenagers lead an annual food drive as part of the DNow Weekend.
This effort for prayer for our country includes an annual gathering and emphasis, supported by many of the churches in west Houston.
Compassion for the under-served drives the ministry of Neighborhood Kidz Club, which provides many types of service for children in teh Sundown community.
We participate in the annual Baby Bottle Blessing that helps fund this ministry in our community.
Trinity is currently the sponsor for Trinity PhilAm Christian Church, a congregation for Filipinos living in the Katy area. Trinity PhilAm meets at The Link (615 S. Mason Road) on Sunday at 10 AM. For more information, visit www.trinityphilam.org.
We also supported and provided space for a group of Korean believers in starting a church.
(ESL) English Second Language
Every Spring and Fall Trinity Baptist Church offers an ESL class for our community. It is a curriculum based with an emphasis on conversational English. The class is two months each session.
In addition, Trinity believes it is important that we teach everyone how important a missions lifestyle is so we sponsor an annual Family Mission Trip where families can go on a short term mission trip together. This is usually a week long in the summer within driving distance of Katy to keep the cost low and Trinity subsidizes a lot of the cost. We have taken families to minister in hurricane relief in Mississippi, helped two Spanish language churches in south Texas and, most recently, are helping a church in Arkansas with their buildings and ministries. Children are encouraged to attend and are an integral part of the trip.
Trinity has helped with the Katy community thanksgiving ministry,
This listing is not exhaustive and there are individuals and groups of families doing all kinds of good things in our community and we say
"God bless them" and want to encourage that in any way that we can as a church.