At Trinity we partner with multiple peoples, groups and organizations that help further the gospel in obedience to the biblical mandate to every believer. Through our love, labor and support, we strive to become magnifiers of God to the world. We encourage you to become familiar with and involved in these partnerships as we serve and minister to those we bring to the knowledge of Christ. Please click the links for the various ministries and opportunities to learn more.
Across the Street
Around the World
- Doug & Cheryl Fair
- Vacation Bible School
- Trunk or Treat
- Easter in the Park
- Missionaries: Bill & Sandy Stevener
- Contact: Amy Rainey
- Church planters: Samuel & Sonia Aguilar
- Nursery: Andrea Roberts
- Preschool BFG: Susan Conger
- Contact: Emily Beitz
- Church Planter: Gustavo Valladares
- Pastor: Meiner Ponce
- D6Live Kids Worship: Matt Blackwell & Jeff Summers
- Elementary BFG: Jonathan Eison
- Pastor Jason Griffiths
- Greenbrook Elementary
- Hope Sullivan Elementary
- Southaven Elementary
- Contact: Rachel Smallwood
- Contact: Pastor Bruce Roberts
- Contact: Patrick Simmons
Trinity utilizes Awana teaching resources to help forge the truth of God’s Word in the hearts of children through fun and challenging memory exercises, games, and other activities. Awana is in-session during the school year, and meets on Sunday nights. If you have a heart to work with children in the teaching of God’s Word, and you’re a Trinity member, please contact Doug or Cheryl Fair.
If you’re a Trinity member with an interest in working with our nursery age children, please contact Andrea Roberts. Nursery is open for our worship services and BFG time, and volunteers are frequently needed. If you’re a Trinity member with an interest in working with our preschool age (3-4 years) children, please contact Susan Conger to serve in the Preschool BFG. Check our Kids Ministry page for additional information.
If you’re a Trinity member with an interest in serving in our elementary children’s BFG, please contact Jonathan Eison. Check our Kids Ministry page for additional information.
Trinity’s Affordable Christmas ministry empowers low-income families from our community the opportunity to purchase gifts at an affordable cost. This allows parents to provide gifts for their children while maintaining their dignity. Opportunities to serve include: picking up donated toys, sorting toys, setting up store, shop greeters/hosts, and much more… Check our Affordable Christmas page for full details and contact Pastor Jeff Summers to volunteer.
Beloved Child Backpack Ministry
Many children who rely on free or reduced-priced lunches during the school year go home to meager or no meals on weekends. Trinity’s Beloved Child Backpack Program works to help fill that gap, in coordination with our partner schools. Opportunities to serve include: collect and sort donated items, package food for children we serve, transport food to the schools, and much more… Contact Emily Beitz to volunteer.
Trinity’s Greeter Ministry represents the first contact that our guests, visitors, and members encounter on Sunday morning as they enter our church campus. This ministry is critical in making our visitors feel welcome, helping them to find their way around our campus, and answering questions about our church. If you’re a Trinity member with a desire to serve, please contact Amy Rainey.
Trinity member participation is vital in reaching our local community for Christ. Trinity hosts several short-term outreach events each year. These events include Vacation Bible School, Easter in the Park, and Trunk and Treat. These events will be advertised throughout the year.
Care Pregnancy Resource Center
CPC offers free pregnancy tests, abortion education, confidential support counseling, educational support and classes, among other helps. Opportunities to serve include: cooking a lunch for their parenting and childbirth classes (approximately 8-15 people per class (once/month per class); diaper drives; supply drives. Check their website, or contact Pastor Jeff Summers for more information.
Southaven area Elementary Schools
Opportunities to serve include: Greet kids at the car/bus lines; help provide breakfast for teachers/staff; encouragement items; assist with clothes closet; read/listen to children read; give teachers a break for lunch; etc. We serve the three following Desoto County Schools.
- Greenbrook Elementary is a K-2nd grade school. Greenbrook employs approximately 100 staff for about 480 students. Contact Joanne Shilder to volunteer.
- Hope Sullivan Elementary is a K-2nd grade Title 1 school, which means that 70% or more of the students receive reduced or free lunches. Contact Pastor Jeff Summers to volunteer.
- Southaven Elementary is K-5th grade Title I school, which means that 70% or more of the students receive free or reduced lunches. Contact Pastor Jeff Summers to volunteer.
HeartLand Hands, Inc. is committed to strengthening our community by providing food assistance to residents of North Mississippi. Opportunities to serve include: Volunteer to assist families, check-in food, stock, package food for families on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 10 am – 1 pm. Contact Rachel Smallwood to volunteer. Check their website for additional information.
Memphis Union Mission
Trinity members cook and serve meals to the men at the Union Mission every 3rd Saturday of the month. We also provide a worship service following the meal including music, testimony, message, and prayers. Arrive at 4:45 every third Saturday @ 383 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN. Opportunities to serve include: meal preparation, serving the meal, praying with the men as needed, giving your testimony, sharing a message, and playing an instrument with the worship team. Contact Joe Richardson to volunteer. Check their website for additional information.
Open Gym Night
Trinity provides an open gym for middle through high school students in our neighborhood and community to play basketball. Opportunities to serve include: build relationships; greet/check in students; provide drinks and snacks; share testimony; lead devotional. Contact Pastor Bruce Roberts to volunteer.
YMOT Outreach Ministries
YMOT’s primary objective is to empower their participants spiritually, mentally, and physically by promoting and developing overall health and wellness. Our target population is youth ages 6 -16 years old who live in under-resourced areas and who attend low performing schools. Opportunities to serve include: Assist youth with running and biking and building relationships for the gospel. Contact Patrick Simmons, Director to volunteer. Check their website for additional information.
X-tended Missions Network
The X-tended Missions Network is located in Hernando, MS. We are a collection of 69 Baptist Churches located in Desoto and Tate Counties in Mississippi. As Baptists, it is our desire to work together as an Association of churches in ministry partnerships, training events, local, national and international missions. Each church that is associated with the XMN is a local, autonomous congregation and governed by their members. The XMN exists to help each local congregation to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ. Contact Dennis Landrum, Director. Check their website for additional information.