Current Ways to Make a Difference

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 focus of our local outreach to 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  – 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…

In the Trinity Community

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 you’re looking to find a way to use your time and talent for God’s Kingdom, check out the opportunities mentioned below and get in touch with one of the leaders or staff.


The Alpha course is an opportunity to explore the validity and relevance of the Christian faith to your life today. It is a practical introduction to the basics of Christianity. We are looking for leaders to help facilitate discussion. More info. Contact

Audio/Visual Arts Team

Lyrics Operator:

Description: Run the computer application that displays text and video/images on screens within the sanctuary and feeds to the Livestream on YouTube.  Equipment to operate includes a computer running Pro-Presenter software.  Operators are trained on Sundays during rehearsals and during services. Contact
Time Commitment: Sundays 8am-1pm; about 1 Sunday per month

Livestream Operator:

Description: Operate cameras that feed to our Livestream on YouTube so attendees from home can worship with us from a distance.  Equipment to operate includes a computer and a camera controller joystick.  An A/V lead trains operators and will be present most Sundays to direct operators. Contact
Time Commitment: Sundays 8am-1pm (potentially 8-11:30am); about 1 Sunday per month

Care Team

Help serve on the team to do hospital or home visits, write cards, assist people with shopping, ordering online, take people to appointments, etc. Contact

Family Ministries

If you have been thinking of a way to invest in Trinity why not join one of our Children’s/Youth Ministries teams! There is opportunity to serve in a variety of ways and times to fit your schedule and no extra commute is needed since it all happens on Sunday mornings. This is the perfect time to jump in.  Details: Visit the Children’s Ministries or Youth Ministry pages for more info.

  • Infants/Toddler Rooms:  Commitment: 1 Sunday/month @ 10am or 11:45am.  A paid staff person oversees each room, so all you need to bring  is your loving hands and heart.
  • Pre-K/K Sunday School: 1 Sunday/month @ 10am or 11:45am.  We supply the lesson, you add the love!
  • Grades 1-5: 1 Sunday/month @ 10am – with enough flexibility to accommodate busy schedules. This is a fun way to commit to something bigger than yourself – teaching the love of Christ to kids.  And we guarantee your own Bible knowledge will grow in the process.
  • Youth (Grades 6-12): 1 Sunday/month @ 10am – help bring youth into a real relationship with Jesus.

Local Outreach

Trinity is committed to making a difference in NYC by helping our homeless neighbors and the immigrant population. If you are interested in helping identify and establish new outreach opportunities and enjoy building new relationships with people and partnering organizations, this team is for you. Contact:

Racial Reconciliation Task Force (RRTF)

RRTF’s mission is to speak out against all forms of racism. We prayerfully help lead our congregation on a journey of awareness, repentance, relationship, prayer, and commitment to action, which will help us grow together and reconcile with one another. Contact:

Small Groups

Small groups help the Trinity community study the Word of God and grow deeper in faith. We need leaders for Bible study groups and social small groups. You must be a Trinity member and will receive instruction and training before starting a group in the fall or winter. 6-month commitment. If you are interested, contact:

The Walk

The Walk creates a place of fellowship and connectivity for people in their 20s or 30s at Trinity. This young adult ministry is relaunching this year. Come be a part of rebuilding the vision of this ministry. Bring your energy and creativity! Contact:

Welcome & Connection Team

We could always use more people to serve as greeters on Sundays! For more info, please contact

Our City

Our deacons and ministry leaders seek new and purposeful ways of 6996978_300x300connecting 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!

In our 2019 fiscal year, Hope for New York distributed more than $2.3 million in grants to support our affiliates and mobilized nearly 35,000 volunteer hours.

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.

The World

“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 for more information.

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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.