Outreach is expressing our love for God, our neighbors and ourselves by stepping outside our church walls and caring for those in need. This ministry takes us beyond just making charitable contributions to actively journeying with our neighbors.

Jodi Jenkins Massie, Trinity Parishioner

2020 Outreach Grants

In 2020, Trinity asked parishioners to request money for charities that they supported. We are pleased to announce that the following outreach grants have been made for 2020 (and early 2021):

Christopher House
Christopher House is a family of schools that helps low-income, at-risk families succeed in school, the workplace, and life.
-requested by Elizabeth Stewart
The Fistula Foundation
We do one thing, and we do it well — treat obstetric fistula
-requested by Peter Bostock
World Bicycle Relief
World Bicycle Relief mobilizes people through The Power of Bicycles. We are committed to helping people conquer the challenge of distance, achieve independence and thrive.
-requested by Katy Nakashima
DuPage Habitat for Humanity
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope
-requested by Steve LaPorte
Our Little Roses – Honduras
Our Little Roses is a non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to rescuing the girl child in Honduras from situations of risk, empowering and transforming them in a loving atmosphere of unity, respect, and security into successful women with moral and spiritual values strengthened through the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ.
-requested by Judy Schwartz
Cathedral Counseling Center (CCC)
Cathedral Counseling Center was founded in 1974 on the belief that mental health services should be excellent, affordable and available to anyone in need. Since then, we have helped more than 12,000 adults in the Chicago area manage mental health issues like mood disorders, trauma and grief
-requested by Dr. Gail Fairhall
Lawrence Hall Expressive Therapies (ET) Program
Through Expressive Therapies such as music and art therapy, youth are able to tap into their creativity while expressing the emotions from their past. Clinical therapists are able to utilize individualized sessions to provide treatment allowing children to explore their feelings, manage behaviors, reduce anxiety, and increase self-esteem.
-requested by Richard Gage
Haiti Scholars, Inc.
Enable Haitian children to be scholars by providing them with tuition, supplies, and educational support.
-requested by Nancy Lanning

Christmas Sharing

We, along with a number of other churches, help more than 90 families have wonderful Christmases by providing them with food and gifts. There are LOTS of ways to be involved in a variety of levels (mostly in late Nov. and Dec).

Midwest Shelter for Vets

We are neighbors to one of the homes used by the Midwest Shelter for Vets. We have partnered with them in a number of ways over the years.

Nursing Home

Each week, a group of parishioners brings communion to a nursing home in Winfield. This is a compassionate ministry of presence.

PADS (Public Action To Deliver Shelter)

On Monday nights, Millett Hall gets transformed into a temporary homeless shelter. On the first Monday of the month, parishioners from Trinity staff put out the beds, provide food, and offer hospitality through the night and morning.

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