Trinity on Mission
Trinity has been actively involved in God’s mission in our world from the earliest of days as a fellowship, and we joyfully continue that work today. Whether it was early gifts given to support missionaries around the world or involvement in local endeavors such as the beginning of Habitat for Humanity in Oconee County, Trinity has always known that there is an important active component to sharing God’s love around the world.
Today Trinity’s missional involvement is multi-faceted and ever-evolving!
We financially and prayerfully support Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Field Personnel who are being the presence of Christ to some of the most neglected people in the world. We support our own members as they travel far and wide on short-term mission trips and urban immersion experiences. We partner with and serve in organizations that reach out to our own community.
In 2019 we began to serve as Encouraging Church partners to two CBF Field Personnel, Scarlette Jasper in Somorset, Kentucky, and Rick Burnette in North Fort Myers, Florida. This commitment will allow us to be more connected long-term to the great work Scarlette and Rick are doing in their communities, and we will learn how to be more active locally from their work in the lives of their neighbors.
Wherever your passion takes you, we hope that you will find a way to serve God and God’s people through Trinity on Mission.
The following partners in ministry and mission are supported financially each year in our church budget:
- Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
- Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of South Carolina
- Our Daily Rest
- Golden Corner Food Pantry
- Kairos of SC
- Passport Camps
- We also join with our friends at St. Mark United Methodist Church to purchase and package 50,000 meals each year through Rise Against Hunger.
- We work ecumenically with four other local churches to provide a Sunday hot meal at Our Daily Bread through our Sabbath Soup Kitchen program.