There are many ways to serve your neighbors! Maybe you’re ready to start simply! Or maybe you’re looking for a better fit or more impactful opportunity. Either way, you’re in the right place.

Trinity’s Outreach Hub

Feed, Clothe, Teach, Grow and Connect

Because our ministries are growing and meeting the needs of so many of our neighbors, we are bringing it all together in an efficient, welcoming way through the Outreach Hub. We will be utilizing the great space at our West Homewood Campus to grow and expand our outreach ministries and better serve our neighbors.

Donation Guidlines

Donation Center Hours
Monday – Thursday 9:00am – 12:00pm

Items we CAN accept

Trinity’s Outreach Hub happily accepts the following
new or clean/gently used items:

  • In-season adult and children clothes (washed/cleaned)
  • Adult and children shoes (washed/cleaned)
  • New underwear and socks
  • Games, toys, books, and sports equipment
  • Housewares: dishes, glassware, kitchen utensils, lamps
  • Small appliances
  • Small tables: end tables, coffee tables, etc.
  • Baby equipment
  • Hand tools and small power tools
  • Linens, curtains, blankets, etc.
  • Children’s car seats (clean and undamaged)

Items we CANNOT accept

  • Desks or office furniture
  • Computers/laptops, TVs, and other electronic items
  • Bookcases, entertainment centers, etc.
  • Men’s suits / Formal attire
  • Out of season clothing
  • Seasonal decorations
  • Large exercise equipment
  • Pianos or organs
  • Household chemical products
  • Building materials
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Mattresses or cribs (only by special request)

Furniture Donations:

Please do not drop off furniture without prior approval – Mary Liz Ingram

Afghan Outreach Ministry

Trinity continues to have the great opportunity to welcome over 50 Afghan individuals and families that began arriving just before Christmas. By networking with several area organizations and churches, we can play a huge part in making this time of transition more comfortable.

Food Share

Each week we serve over 250 local households, giving each family shelf stable groceries, produce, and meat that we receive.

Sharing Table

A neighborhood initiative that grew to meet the needs of our neighbors facing financial insecurity. Each week an average of 40 local families come to get what they need in a safe, welcoming, and relational environment.

Children’s Clothing Closet

Trinity’s clothing closet collects gently used children’s clothing and supplies throughout the week as they coordinate distribution directly with families in need.

Community English Class

ESOL Classes

Language barriers can be a significant obstacle to overcoming financial insecurity. Trinity volunteers work to empower our neighbors with better English speaking, reading, and writing skills to overcome barriers to success.

Meeting each Monday night from 6:30-8:00 pm in the classrooms upstairs at Trinity West.

Blessing Boxes

Trinity UMC has a Blessing Box where people can take what they need and give what they can.

  • One is located on Seminole Drive near the upper sidewalk and entry to the Oxmoor church building.
  • The second box is next to the gym at our West Homewood campus (914 Oak Grove Road).