“The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to build up the broken – hearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners…” Isaiah 6:1
These are prophetic words given to the prophet Isaiah about the ministry that Jesus would have when He came to earth. As Christians we have to continue the work of Jesus. At Trinity we have a desire to be the eyes, ears and heart of Jesus. From this flows a number of caring ministries.
Loaves and Fishes Ministry
Anyone who feels called to participate in this ministry is invited to phone or e-mail the project coordinator, Dave Turner.
This ministry aims to support those members of our Church experiencing hardship as a result of a temporary loss of income generating capacity, making it difficult or even impossible for the breadwinner to make ends meet. The principle is based on "caring through sharing" and in line with 1 John 3:18 "… let us not love with words or tongue but with action and truth".
The support takes the form of the delivery of a consignment of groceries to the distressed in order to ease the burden of providing the "daily bread" for the family or direct dependents over a period of time.
Confidential channels of access to the ministry are available through the following communication channels:
Alan Cameron takes communion to those who are unable to attend worship services.
A committee organises several social functions each year.
Keep an eye on the calendar for the next attraction as we regularly arrange functions for the senior members of our congregation as well as the broader community.
We arrange to fetch residents from surrounding retirement centres. Our seniors are important to us and we want to make sure that they are included in times of fellowship and celebration.
If you are ill or know someone who would like to be visited due to illness, please speak to Ingrid or Alan to arrange a visit.
Alan: 082 561 5454 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ingrid: (012) 348 9469 or email@example.com
- Phone our minister, Alan Cameron on 082 5615 454
- E-mail Alan on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Place a sealed envelope addressed to Dave Turner and marked "Confidential" in the box provided in the grocery trolley at the back of the Church on Sundays.
Fellowship Group leaders can also be used to convey known needs to Alan Cameron or Dave Turner.