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Looking to “Do Something” at Trinity?


There are many ongoing needs within Trinity that you can volunteer for throughout the year! Just about every part of Trinity can use extra hands. There are a few critical areas where volunteers are needed each year.

This year, Trinity served the “clients” of the following agencies/organization/mission service ministries:

  • Arlington Urban Ministries
  • Arlington Independent School District
  • Mission Arlington
  • Arlington Life Shelter
  • Advocates for Special People
  • The Waterford at Pantego
  • Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County
  • Salvation Army of Arlington

If you are interested in volunteering to help, please contact the church office.

It’s time to “Do Something” inside Trinity!!! 

find something to do!


We desperately need people to pick up several of our older adults who no longer drive, and bring them to Sunday School and/or Worship on Sunday mornings. At the present time, several of our older adults cannot get into the minibus; therefore, we need several people who would offer to transport, in their own vehicles, our older members to and from church on Sundays. Please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at the Church Office: 817.274.1345, if you would be able to assist in this much-needed ministry.

Are you able to click a mouse and hit the space bar on a computer? Can you follow along and pay attention during a Sunday morning service? If you answered yes, they you have the necessary skills to run the media for a Sunday morning service! We need volunteers willing to help run the media for the 8:30, 9:45,  and 11:00 AM services. You will be given all the necessary training and placed in a rotation schedule. If you would like to volunteer or would like more info, please contact Dustin Kaps: Dustin@trinityarl.org / 817.274.1345.

The focus of this group at Trinity is to aid, encourage, and offer opportunities for fellowship for all members 55 and older.  Our monthly covered-dish luncheon is held on the first Friday of each month (no luncheon in June or July) at 12:00 pm in the Activity Center, featuring delicious food and interesting speakers or entertainment. 

Our Senior Council, led by Myrtle and Jerry Allen, oversees the activities, including theater performances, day trips, a monthly movie day, and a monthly book club meeting.  Happy Hearts main service project is building and distributing wooden toys for needy children at the Christmas season.  Come join us!  For more information, please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at the Church office: 817.274.1345.