Care Ministries

If you have a heart for senior shut-ins, this ministry could be for you. We reach out and offer support to church members and their family members who are reside in care facilities and/or are unable to attend church. Visitation Team members send cards of support and encouragement, make phone calls and make one-on-one visits in service to the homebound. They can also offer the sacrament of Holy Communion during their visits.   For more information, please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345 or”

If you have a heart for our country’s Service Members and would like to support them through prayer, this ministry is for you. We maintain an active Military Prayer List and shares the names of our service men and women, reminding them to be more intentional in prayer for those persons who serve in our country’s military.  If you would like to join this ministry, contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345, or

If you wish to add a family member in active military service to the Prayer List, contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345, or

The ministry of a Parish Nurse is to offer blood pressure checks, teach CPR classes, organize blood drives, facilitate Wellness Fairs, and facilitate workshops focusing on the health and wellness. Trinity also offers a Health Information Series workshop every other month.  For questions about Faith Community Nursing or if you would like to volunteer in this ministry, please contact Anita Mitchell, R.N., at the Church Office, 817-274-1345.

There can be no more difficult time than losing a spouse, family member, friend or loved one. It can be one of the loneliest experiences For that reason, Trinity sponsors a series of grief support groups based on the Christian ministry, GriefShare.  This is designed to offer help, hope and to those who have suffered the loss of a loved one through death. GriefShare is a 13-week series of meetings held at the church.  Child care is provided upon request.  For more information, please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345, or

Separation and divorce is one of the most painful and stressful experiences a person can ever faced. It’s a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you’ve never faced before. Trinity offers DivorceCare to help people find healing and hope. DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through separation or divorce alone.

This is a 13-week divorce support group program and is offered several times a year. The weekluy meetings include teaching via a short DVD-based, working through a Participant’s Guide, and participating in a small group discussion on the topic of the day.  These confidential sessions are open to anyone who is experiencing marital separation and/or divorce in our community.  For more information about DivorceCare, please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345, or

On the last Thursday of each month, Trinity hosts a support group is for caregivers of persons diagnosed with serious mental illness.  The facilitators of this support are members of the local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.  For more information about the support group, please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345, or

This once-a-month support group meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. It is for anyone who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.  The purpose of this group meeting is to share personal stories of treatment and resources, and to offer emotional support and care to the newly diagnosed person.  For more information, please contact Rev. Brenda Beaver at 817-274-1345, or

Stephen Ministry is a spiritual care program that equips lay persons to provide distinctively Christian one-to-one care to those who are in need of having a confidential Christian “traveling companion” along the journey of life.  Stephen Ministers receive 50 hours of specific training in caring ministry skills and concepts before they are commissioned. The training of a Stephen Minister continues with monthly skill-building experiences and educational opportunities.  The following needs are best met through the ministry offered by a trained and commissioned lay Stephen Minister:

  • Persons who are  hospitalized
  • The terminally ill and their family members
  • People who are newcomers to our city and church community
  • Persons who are grieving a death or serious loss
  • Persons experiencing a job crisis
  • Persons facing life transitions
  • Persons who are experiencing marital separation or divorce
  • Parents who are experiencing birth or adoption or some other life transition
  • Persons in spiritual crisis. 

If you are in need of confidential Christian care, or if you want to know more about how to become a trained and commissioned Stephen Minister, please call Rev. Brenda Beaver at the Church office, 817-274-1345, or email her at

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