There are many opportunities to serve God and God’s people through Holy Trinity, and there is a place and a need for the unique gifts of every member. The organizations listed below are supported by Holy Trinity financially and with volunteers. For more information about these and other service opportunities, contact Mark Lile-King, Minister of Welcome, Engagement and Pastoral Care, at 336-272-6149 or mark .
Current Projects and Community Organizations
Learn more about our ongoing projects, both inside and outside of the parish in our GIFTS (Growing In Faith Through Service) Brochure.
Food collection for the month of April is for Faith Action. Please click here for a list of their needs. Bring food that is healthy, low sodium, and low-sugar. Collection boxes are located in the narthex, receptionist lobby, and the elevator lobby. Healthy food items may be brought in bags to the church, but please do not bring empty bags, as they use up valuable space in the collection boxes. Food should be unopened, not expired, and not in glass containers.
Prayers in the Park Ministry: Bag lunch preparers are needed Sundays. If you are looking for an opportunity to help our hungry neighbors in downtown Greensboro, we would be grateful for your participation. To sign up and get additional information please click here.
- You may also purchase cold weather items at our Walmart Gift Registry, click here. Any items you purchase will be shipped directly to the church and given to our neighbors in need. Lunch supplies can be purchased and shipped directly to church at our Amazon Gift Registry, click here.
- If you have specific questions about participating or to find out more about more about Prayers in the Park, please contact Terri Cartner or the Rev. Sarah Carver, or speak with any of the team members: Peter Carver, Martha Chaires, Joe Dzugan, Rose and Wes Hood, Ken Keeton, Philip Link, Lou and Buzz O’Brien, and Julia and Jay Robinson. If you are interested in going to the park, please email Ken Keeton. Follow us on Facebook: "Prayers in the Park."
The Servant Farm, located at 8128 E. Harrell Road in Oak Ridge, produces fresh produce, which feeds thousands of people during harvest season. The produce is distributed to non-profit organizations such as The Servant Center and the Second Harvest Food Bank, and many others. Volunteers of all skill levels are welcome to help plant, maintain, harvest and/or distribute the produce. Contact: The Rev. Sarah Carver, 336-272-6149 or Muriel Inabnet,
Help needed for Meals on Wheels! On the third Monday of each month, Holy Trinity sends 20 pairs of volunteers out from 9:30-11:30 a.m. to deliver meals to homebound seniors. Please keep in mind that for some of these seniors, it is the only hot meal they get and often the only person they see. We’re in need of one person to join us. If you can do this, or if you would be willing to be an occasional substitute, please contact Richard Cox at or at 336-274-8644.