Serve

Music Opportunities

  • Contemporary Praise Team
  • Vocal Choir
  • Bell Choir
  • Solos & Groups Special Music
  • Instrumental Specials & Accompaniment

Our choirs rehearse September through May and take the summers off.

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 Adults

  • Adults at Trinity serve the Circleville community to demonstrate the love of Christ.
  • Our members are active supporters and volunteers of the Emergency Clearing House, The Red Cross and The Community Kitchen.
  • We offer the Good Samaritan program that provide emergency assistance for utilities and other bills.
  • The Wood Pantry cuts and splits wood for those who need to stay warm over the winter.
  • There are abundant opportunities to serve the community when needs may occur.
  • Give-away-day provides children’s clothes, household items, furniture, small electronics and so
    much more: all for free!
  • The Community Picnic provides food and music for our neighbors.
  • Turkey Dash all ages work to provide over 500 complete turkey dinners throughout Circleville and Pickaway County.

Youth

  • Our youth are shepherded in a servant’s heart from a young age. Children are led in food drives, crafting of cards for the home-bound, and activities where they serve the faith community.
  • The Junior High youth participate in Christmas Caroling to those who are home-bound.

Senior High Youth

  • Provide over 500 full Thanksgiving meals during the annual Turkey Dash.

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  • Our annual MISSION TRIP takes adults and youth to Savannah Georgia where there are a variety of projects from cleaning yards to building shelters; all in the name of Jesus for people in need.

 

Family Mission

  • For 3 evenings at the end of July, children to adults gather for a light meal and devotions. Then they break in groups for a variety of mission projects.
  • Some clear yards and paint.
  • Others go to Brown Memorial Home to visit with the residence.
  • Still others collect food for the Emergency Clearing House.
  • Volunteers work at the Wood Pantry so that wood can be provided for heating people’s homes in the winter.
  • And finally some of the younger children help to bake cookies that we give to the police and fire departments to show our thanks for their service.