Mission Opportunities

Agape Giving Tree is Online!

Put food on the table and Christmas gifts under the tree for Agape students, families and seniors. This year, our Agape Giving Tree bulletin board is an online sign up. Due to Covid restrictions, Agape will needs these gifts a little earlier than usual so please sign up now! Get this Christmas shopping done early for our Agape families.

Drop your wrapped, labelled gifts in the Agape Giving Tree barrel and table outside the Welcome Center:

  • Monday, November 16, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Monday, November 23, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Sunday, November 29, noon – 2:00 pm
  • Monday, November 30, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday, December 2, 9:00 am – noon FINAL DAY TO DROP OFF GIFTS

For safety and security reasons, it is important that drop off your gifts only during the above times.

Questions? Contact Sarah Wikle, Director of Engagement.

Agape Giving Tree Sign Up



Volunteers Needed for BCM’s Budget For Life Program

Volunteer virtually through online coaching, education, and support programs at Buckhead Christian Ministry’s Budget For Life.

Sign up to learn more about this virtual volunteer opportunity.

Questions? Contact Trinity member, Shirley Davis, and learn more about this rewardingvolunteer opportunity. BCM’s Budget For Life program provides basic budgeting and personal lifeencouragement, no sophisticated financial expertise is required.




Volunteering During Covid-19

While our church campus has not re-opened, many Trinity members long to help in our community, while keeping themselves and their families healthy. Please stay safe during this pandemic by keeping informed about current public health guidelines, especially if you are in a high-risk category. 

Guidelines from Georgia Department of Public Health

How can you help?

Support our mission partners with below additional financial gifts or go to our Mission Focus Areas page to read more about various mission partners.

You may visit websites for all of Trinity's mission partners on the Mission Focus page. You may contact mission partners directly to determine if their volunteer opportunities may be appropriate for you and your family.



Trinity Supports Racial Justice

If you have driven past the church, you probably noticed street banners that say, “Trinity Supports Racial Justice”. As people of faith, we lament over the recent violence against black people in our country, and over the systemic racism that permeates our society, including the church. We must respond to the call for listening, discerning, and compassionate action. Trinity's Family Ministries, Adult Education, and Mission departments are planning opportunities for listening, learning, and action. Explore the Trinity Supports Racial Justice site and learn about how you can be involved.

Trinity Supports Racial Justice 


Contact Sarah Wikle, Director of Engagement, for more information about mission opportunities at Trinity.