The Episcopal Church in Hampton, New Hampshire Trinity Episcopal Church
Outreach
Copyright 2017 Trinity Episcopal Church, Hampton, New Hampshire  03842     603-926-5688      trinity55ad@gmail.com

OPPORTUNITIES FOR

OUTREACH

Reaching out to those in need is a fundamental part of who we are as a community of faith. At the heart of our various ministries is the understanding that we are able to offer hope because we have found our hope in God. We offer aid not out of our abundance, but out of God’s abundance. It is Jesus who instructs us to care for one another, and it is God who gives us the grace to follow Jesus’ command.

It’s never too late to

become a big or small part

of Trinity’s Outreach

Program!

Be a Pantry Volunteer – give food to the needy on Saturday mornings. Collect and become a Box Tops for Education & Campbell Soup Labels partner for Marston School.  All you do is cut out the labels at home, bring them to church with you and place them in the boxes that are in the narthex. Collect flip tops from aluminum cans.  We are partnered with Sister Doris in support of Betty's Dream (the facility that is home to working handicapped adults).  Just place them in a bag and when you come to church on Sundays. Collect pennies for scholarships for The Village Pre-School’s needier students in Hampton. Bring your pennies to church and place them in the canister marked, “Pennies for Hampton’s Kids.”  The canister is located in the narthex.

Trinity’s Food Pantry

Trinity's food pantry provides shelf stable foods and personal hygiene products to families in need within our community.  On average, Trinity’s pantry gives away more than $10,000 worth of food and household products to families in need each year. The pantry is staffed by church volunteers every Saturday from 10 O'clock AM till Noon and by Hampton Community Coalition volunteers on Tuesdays and Thursdays, during the school year, from 10 O'clock AM till Noon.  Not only does the congregation provide food for the pantry, we also receive donations from the Boy Scouts, the Postal Workers, local schools, and generous individuals and businesses in the community. If you'd like to get involved with the Food Pantry, please call the office at 926-5688.
Reaching Out to Our Community
Outreach Ministries at Hobbs House Community Center
Other Outreach Ministries We Support

TASC (Transportation

Assistance for Seacoast

Citizens)

This is another ecumenical effort of six area churches and towns that provides free rides to senior citizens and those with disabilities to medical and other vital appointments.  Volunteers are needed to provide rides and to schedule rides. Training is offered for both positions. For more information about volunteering, or to get more information about who is eligible for these services, contact the TASC program director at 926-9026.

Dress 4 School Success

This clothing ministry provides clothing for school-aged children in need. Contact Amanda or Aidan at Dress4 School Success for clothing donation drop off or clothing needs. Phone 918- 6816 or email  dress4schoolsuccess@comcast.net  during the school year.  All requests are confidential.

Oceanside Rehabilitation Center Visitors

Oceanside Rehabilitation Center is also a local nursing home and is the glad beneficiary of a group of very dedicated volunteers who visit with and offer support and friendship to many of the residents. These pastoral visitors devote many hours to alleviating loneliness, fear and anxiety so many of these residents experience on a regular basis.  On the first Sunday of each month we gather with our friends at Oceanside. Many of the residents who attend the gathering have no other outside contact. We have become part of their life and in many respects an "extended family.” To become a pastoral visitor, please contact us at 926- 5688.

Episcopal Relief and Development

Our congregation supports the Church’s worldwide presence and enables Episcopal Relief and Development to work alongside local leaders and community members who are best equipped to identify and address the most urgent needs.    Episcopal Relief and Development not only helps in times of diaster, but each and every day.
The Episcopal Church in Hampton, New Hampshire Trinity Episcopal Church
Copyright 2017 Trinity Episcopal Church, Hampton, New Hampshire  03842     603-926-5688      trinity55ad@gmail.com

OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUTREACH

Reaching out to those in need is a fundamental part of who we are as a community of faith. At the heart of our various ministries is the understanding that we are able to offer hope because we have found our hope in God. We offer aid not out of our abundance, but out of God’s abundance. It is Jesus who instructs us to care for one another, and it is God who gives us the grace to follow Jesus’ command.

It’s never too late to become a big or small part of

Trinity’s Outreach Program!

Be a Pantry Volunteer – give food to the needy on Saturday mornings. Collect and become a Box Tops for Education & Campbell Soup Labels partner for Marston School.  All you do is cut out the labels at home, bring them to church with you and place them in the boxes that are in the narthex. Collect flip tops from aluminum cans.  We are partnered with Sister Doris in support of Betty's Dream (the facility that is home to working handicapped adults).  Just place them in a bag and when you come to church on Sundays. Collect pennies for scholarships for The Village Pre-School’s needier students in Hampton. Bring your pennies to church and place them in the canister marked, “Pennies for Hampton’s Kids.”  The canister is located in the narthex.

Trinity’s Food Pantry

Trinity's food pantry provides shelf stable foods and personal hygiene products to families in need within our community.  On average, Trinity’s pantry gives away more than $10,000 worth of food and household products to families in need each year. The pantry is staffed by church volunteers every Saturday from 10 O'clock AM till Noon and by Hampton Community Coalition volunteers on Tuesdays and Thursdays, during the school year, from 10 O'clock AM till Noon.  Not only does the congregation provide food for the pantry, we also receive donations from the Boy Scouts, the Postal Workers, local schools, and generous individuals and businesses in the community. If you'd like to get involved with the Food Pantry, please call the office at 926-5688.
Reaching Out to Our Community
Outreach Ministries at Hobbs House Community Center
Other Outreach Ministries We Support

TASC (Transportation

Assistance for Seacoast

Citizens)

This is another ecumenical effort of six area churches and towns that provides free rides to senior citizens and those with disabilities to medical and other vital appointments.  Volunteers are needed to provide rides and to schedule rides. Training is offered for both positions. For more information about volunteering, or to get more information about who is eligible for these services, contact the TASC program director at 926- 9026.

Dress 4 School Success

This clothing ministry provides clothing for school-aged children in need. Contact Amanda or Aidan at Dress4 School Success for clothing donation drop off or clothing needs. Phone 918-6816 or email  dress4schoolsuccess@comcast.net  during the school year.  All requests are confidential.

Oceanside Rehabilitation Center Visitors

Oceanside Rehabilitation Center is also a local nursing home and is the glad beneficiary of a group of very dedicated volunteers who visit with and offer support and friendship to many of the residents. These pastoral visitors devote many hours to alleviating loneliness, fear and anxiety so many of these residents experience on a regular basis.  On the first Sunday of each month we gather with our friends at Oceanside. Many of the residents who attend the gathering have no other outside contact. We have become part of their life and in many respects an "extended family.” To become a pastoral visitor, please contact us at 926-5688.

Episcopal Relief and Development

Our congregation supports the Church’s worldwide presence and enables Episcopal Relief and Development to work alongside local leaders and community members who are best equipped to identify and address the most urgent needs.    Episcopal Relief and Development not only helps in times of diaster, but each and every day.