There are many ways to deepen your connection with fellow parishioners and the community through service within and without the walls of Holy Trinity.
Mark Lile-King, Minister of Welcome, Engagement and Pastoral Care, is happy to help you find out where you can share your time and talents. Contact him at 336-272-6149 ext. 272, or .
Holy Trinity supports a number of organizations 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 . Read more through our Get Connected Brochure.
Being a Beloved Community Food and Diaper Collection: Being a Beloved Community means feeding our neighbors who struggle with food insecurity. Purchase food and diapers and drop off at Church of the Holy Spirit (3910 Yanceyville St, 27405) Saturday, February 27, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Update: Our first food/diaper collection last Saturday was great- thank you! So far we’ve collected 752 cans of food toward our goal of 1000 and 2,335 diapers! So Holy Trinity, put your hands on some cans and let’s love our neighbors! Here's what we've received so far:
- 15 oz cans of diced tomatoes- 88 cans
- Pasta sauce- 85 cans/jars received
- Bags of dried beans (no cans)- 104 bags received
- Canned green beans, corn or mixed veggies- 353 cans received
- Applesauce 6 pack of cups- 63 packages received
- Pasta- 7 packages received
- Bags of rice- 45 bags
- Diapers sizes 3 and 4-2,335 received (we need wipes please)
Glen Haven Community Education and Covid Assistance
Being Beloved Community means collecting new and lightly used children’s and young adult books for our neighbors new to the United States living in the Glen Haven community. Also, it means collecting protective masks to keep our brothers and sisters safe during a pandemic. Drop off books and masks on the porch of the former Sacred Garden Bookstore on Saturday, February 27, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
For more information or for assistance, contact Rev. Mark Lile-King, Minister of Welcome, Engagement, and Pastoral Care, at .
Third Tuesday Casserole Ministry: March 16
"Our most vulnerable neighbors are the most impacted" (Ann V.)
Join us in our mission to address food insecurity in our community in partnership with The Church of the Holy Spirit. Servants needed to prepare and transport casseroles, package meals, and deliver meals to our brothers and sisters in Christ. One Holy Trinity parishioner describes her experience in this ministry; "I watch and help as empty bags and boxes are filled to the brim with food and other necessities and then delivered to over 70 families. It is truly a miracle of caring, hard work, and generosity and I am humbled."
Join the Holy Spirit Casserole Ministry in this miracle, by clicking here.
Being Beloved Community in Greensboro: A Season of Service
2021 Service Program honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy
Sponsored by Holy Trinity’s Outreach Commission
You are invited to intentionally cultivate a practice of service through this program focused on “Being Beloved Community in Greensboro” for 30 days. Each week we highlight one topic that has a profound impact on our local community and offer different ways for our Church family to provide support for people affected by the highlighted issue. Click here to read each week's focus.
Church of the Holy Spirit Rent Assistance
Being Beloved Community means assisting our neighbors who, because of the pandemic, struggle to pay monthly rent. Assistance ranges $100-$450 per family. Make checks payable to Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit with memo line note Vicar’s Discretionary Fund. Either mail checks to Rev. Audra Abt at 307 Kensington Rd. Greensboro, NC 27403 or drop off at Holy Trinity. Holy Trinity’s Outreach Commission will deliver checks.
Hot Dish and Hope — One Tuesday a month, our parish volunteers to help provide a meal for our neighbors through a program called Hot Dish & Hope. We are currently currently looking for a person or a team to coordinate Holy Trinity‘s participation. If you are able to help, or would like more information please contact Rev. Sarah Carter at .
Inside the Church
From preparing the altar for services to reading aloud to parishioners with failing eyesight to knitting prayer shawls for those who need comfort, there are endless ways to share your gifts with others. The most up-to-date opportunities are listed in our GIFTS (Growing In Faith Through Service) Brochure. Click on the booklet above to learn more.