Trinity’s Outreach Ministry oversees the work in God’s world beyond boundaries of the congregation. The council helps plan and lead events that make us aware of the needs of God’s people in the world. To get involved, contact John Boyd.
http://www.ifedgbr.com The mission of the Interfaith Federation of Greater Baton Rouge is to cultivate interfaith understanding and cooperation to reduce human suffering in Greater Baton Rouge. Trinity participates in Interfaith’s Holy Grill by serving food to the needy at Cadillac Street Park for two weeks each calendar year and in Interfaith’s annual Christmas Giving Tree by collecting gifts for children of Baton Rouge.
Trinity’s Food Pantry
Trinity Church, with the help of the Day School, gather food each week to supply the pantry located in the Church Office. The youth and office staff provide bags to “walk-ins” at the church.
Grace Notes are personal, encouraging, handwritten notes written by a team of dedicated volunteers to parishioners in need as well as to extend birthday wishes to our brothers in Christ incarcerated at Angola. To join this important ministry, please contact us.
http://www.youthoasis.org The goal of Baton Rouge’s Youth Oasis is to provide emergency shelter and necessary support services to runaway, abandoned, and homeless youth ages 10 – 25 within the Baton Rouge Area, enabling them to transition into responsible and successful citizens. Trinity participates with Youth Oasis by supporting the organization’s events throughout the calendar year.
Metamorphosis is a ministry that brings adolescents/teens who are adopted and their adoptive families together who may be interested in meeting others to discuss common topics or just know someone else who is adopted. For more information, contact Katheryn Flournoy.
Angola Prison Ministry
A team of parishioners visit Angola on the first Tuesday of each month for Eucharist as well as fellowship. To read about the volunteers' experience with prison ministry, click here.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets weekly. For more information, call 225-924-0300 or visit http://www.aa-batonrouge.org.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association
The ALS group meets every third Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 225-343-9880 or visit the ALS Louisiana homepage.
Each month, a collection of goods is gathered to help the women of Hope House. To find out more information about Hope House and Trafficking Hope, click here.