Current Ongoing Opportunities to Serve
At Trinity we seek to Make A Difference in NYC and overseas. We focus on one primary overseas ministry in Rwanda and we have narrowed the scope of our local missions to two primary ministries listed below which focus on homelessness and immigration. You can click on the links to read more about the ministries and find upcoming opportunities to serve on Hope for New York’s website.
The Bowery Mission Women’s Centers – offers homeless women a nine-month residential recovery and transitional program that includes spiritual grounding, emotional equipping and economic empowerment through which their lives are transformed by the power of Jesus Christ. CLICK HERE to find out more…
The Bowery Mission – The Bowery Mission Mont Lawn City Camp is looking for tutors who are able to commit to tutoring a child once a week for a minimum of 5 weeks. Students range in age and math/reading levels. Most kids are in 1st through 5th grade. CLICK HERE to find out more…
The Open Door – empowers immigrants to reach their full God-given potential to successfully integrate, participate and contribute to the well being of our society. Its vision is a new community of diverse individuals leading families to participate and thrive in the English-speaking economic mainstream as a model of community development. CLICK HERE to find out more…
Whether it’s on Sunday morning during the service, in the choir, with the kids and youth, with a hammer, with your voice, with your prayers, with your time, this is a church filled with people dedicated to serving one another.
If your looking to find a way to use your time and talent for God’s Kingdom, check out the pages mentioned below and get in touch with one of the leaders or staff.
Here are some great places to get plugged in to serve:
Our deacons and ministry leaders seek new and purposeful ways of connecting our congregation with mercy and justice opportunities and creative faith-building initiatives. We help individuals and small groups get involved in community outreach and service as well as promote leadership and spiritual development so the church can make a greater impact for the cause of Christ.
Trinity Baptist Church partners with Hope for New York to serve the poor and marginalized in New York City. Visit Hope for New York to find out more ways to serve!
HFNY has opportunities of all kinds including: Arts & Music, Bible Study & Worship, Meal Service, Sports & Wellness, Professional Services, Packing & Sorting, Tutoring & Mentoring, Activities & Outings, and simply just Relationship Building.
“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”
— 1 Peter 4:10
International Student Fellowship
Trinity’s International Student Community creates a welcoming environment for international students and professionals as well as our volunteers!
Here are some ways to get involved.
Volunteer with the International Students Planning Committee:
Plan activities for international students, including Friday fellowship dinner and Bible study, other faith-building activities, and social events.
Organize holiday and seasonal events: Fall Foliage Trip, International Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas Tea Party
Develop outreach to attract students at nearby colleges and universities.
Become a Host for the English Conversation Club:
Lead an informal discussion with a co-host and 3-4 students to build English conversation skills (materials provided).
Offer a specialized course in English language learning if you have the teaching experience.
Develop friendships that lead to sharing your faith.
Contact the International Students Planning Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In addition our annual Rwanda trip, TBC supports many missionaries in locations from Africa to the U.S. We also have quite a few right here in New York! Take a glance at the missionaries we support and scroll down to see what they are doing. There you can access some of their latest letters and contact them about their prayer requests.