At the heart of Trinity is our commitment to blessing our neighbors and our world. Below are
descriptions of many of the ways we serve others together. If you would like more information, email
Pastor Sharon at

Arlington Life Shelter provides shelter, training, and counseling to those in our community who are temporarily homeless to help them become self-sufficient again. The Shelter relies on over forty Arlington faith organizations to provide volunteers who assist in its operation. Trinity members prepare and serve a wholesome dinner and provide a sack lunch for the next day to shelter residents on the first Friday night of every month. For more information about volunteering, contact Brian Dietz at

Arlington Urban Ministries provides emergency assistance for utilities, rent, food and other needed items for those in crisis in Arlington. Trinity members volunteer with AUM by serving the homeless and working in the Nu4U resale shop. For more information about volunteering, contact Curtis Arnold at

Hope Tutoring Center serves economically disadvantaged students in the Arlington area. HOPE currently offers virtual, and in-person tutoring in Arlington and strives to help students improve their grades, their attitudes, and their behavior. For more information about volunteering, contact Martha Rew at

Through Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County 1.3 million nutritionally-balanced meals were delivered to homebound, elderly, disabled, and food-insecure clients last year. Pet food, client assistance and Friend-to-Friend programs are available – all at no charge to the clients. Trinity supports two delivery routes in Arlington and volunteer route drivers and subs are always welcome. For more information about volunteering, contact Vicki Martinez at

For over 12 years NEW DAY in Arlington has provided weekend food bags to food insecure children and youth, including homeless youth. Last school year New Day Arlington delivered 66,169 food bags. Weekend food bags are assembled, transported, and distributed to schools by volunteers each week during the school year. For more information about volunteering, contact Pastor Sharon at

The Rebecca Read Memorial Blue Box Project was originally created as a Girl Scout project by Rebecca Read. The project continues in Rebecca’s memory. Donations of feminine hygiene products for women and their daughters who are living in domestic violence shelters can be placed in the blue bins located in the ladies restrooms at Trinity. For more information, contact Pastor Sharon at

School Supply Squad has been assisting underserved Arlington ISD students with needed school supplies since 2000. In 2021 Arlington Kiwanis partnered with SSS to support all Arlington students in need. Each month throughout the school year, School Supply Squad provides school supplies to all 59 Elementary and 7 Jr. High Title 1 schools in Arlington, delivering to about 50 different schools each year. For more information about volunteering, contact Martha Rew at

Brings organizations and people together to help those in need in the greater Arlington area. Providing relocation and safe-housing for the victims and families of domestic violence or abuse. ShareFest also puts bikes in the hands of people who need transportation to go to work. Donations of used furniture and household goods to create the “home atmosphere” can be made for Domestic Violence victim families. Also needed are bikes, hygiene kits, suitcases. For more information about volunteering or donating items, contact Russ Hagan,

The Guatemala Stove Builders build stoves in the homes of impoverished people in Guatemala. Building a vented stove for the family means fewer bronchial and eye problems for the homeowners. This mission improves the financial situation of the community by hiring local workers to build the stoves and help the local economy, purchasing building materials locally. For more information, contact Steve Daniels,

The Glory Impact Center is a faith based nonprofit in N Texas with the goal of bringing healing to hearts, deliverance, and freedom from distress and setbacks, accomplished through: life skills groups, counseling, education enrichment, ministry, and emergency resources. The Glory Impact Center offers services at schools, churches and other organizations and provides one-on-one support through their crisis hotline. For more information about volunteering, contact co-founders: Natasha Lewis and Sheree Lewis

The Trinity Community Foundation is committed to presenting God’s Love and connecting children, and families to community organizations dedicated to improving lives.TCF promotes healthy child development through access to play days that include sports and free play while connecting resources to families that are seeking support. TCF partners with YMCA to take Y on the Fly to the Felix Apartments on the 2nd Saturday of each month and The Village Apartments on the third Saturday. For more information about volunteering, contact Mike Jentsch at

Allies in Youth Development is an international mission organization, based in Mansfield and established in 2011, that offers orphaned and vulnerable children in over 60 countries around the world a future filled with hope. The Allies Mentoring Program provides resources and in-country mentors who guide vulnerable children into a brighter future by teaching them life skills, giving them educational support, and telling them about God’s love for them. Local volunteers serve in prayer ministry for orphans and in the Mansfield warehouse packing and shipping needed items to orphanages. For more information about volunteering, contact Ron Reid at