At Trinity, you’ll find many opportunities to volunteer. As is true of other churches, the time and talents of many volunteer leaders and workers keep Trinity functioning smoothly and help serve the needs of the greater community beyond Trinity’s walls.

You don’t have to be a member of Trinity to volunteer! Engaging with others in worthwhile work will provide you the warmth of community, involve you with like-minded people, and strengthen your sense of self-worth.

Little is more satisfying than jobs well done in the service of others. What are you waiting for? Jump in, join the fun, enjoy the experience, learn about yourself and others, marvel at the outcomes.

Want to Know More?

Not finding anything in the list below that particularly interests you? Do you have talents and interests that don’t fit with the several examples presented?  Does even the longer list of groups in Explore leave you uncertain?

Contact the Rector, the Rev. Luk De Volder! He can quickly match you up with an opportunity that really suits your interests—something you’re passionate about… something in which you’d enjoy investing your time and talents.

Here are just a few examples of the opportunities that await you.

Annual Holiday Bazaar Group

The Holiday Bazaar exists to ensure that Trinity’s windows and church can be enjoyed for generations to come. The work of the Bazaar is truly a labor of love. It is not your ordinary church bazaar. More

The Wednesday Club

Please come, and invite your friends, to join this informal group of people who meet to have coffee, fellowship and chat while doing what they are good at such as; hand sewing, knitting, wrapping, sorting, pricing. This group supports the Holiday Bazaar, Days for Girls, Prayer Shawls and other projects as we are able. We… More

Trinity Days for Girls Team

Come be a part of the Trinity Days for Girls Team. The team works on providing menstrual kits and health supplies and creating a sustainable micro-business for communities in central Highlands of Kenya, where young women often miss five schooldays a month because they lack necessary sanitary supplies and related items. More

Properties Committee

The Properties Committee plans, oversees, and sometimes performs tasks associated with maintenance, repair, and renovation of our beautiful building. More

Habitat for Humanity

Trinity members have served on construction projects for Habitat for Humanity for a number of years. Learn how you can be involved. More

Chapel on the Green Overview

Every Sunday at 2:00 pm, in almost every sort of weather — the service was only canceled once since 2008 during a blizzard — behind the church or in front when the rain makes the Green too soggy, Trinity offers a short service followed by a simple lunch. More

Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen (DESK)

The Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen’s programs serve a diverse community of New-Haven-area at-risk individuals, families and children who are “food insecure.” These programs for many are satisfying the basic day-after-day need for nourishing food. More

Columbus House

Since 1982, Columbus House, along with its core of loyal supporters, friends and volunteers has remained committed to fulfilling its mission: “To serve people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, by providing shelter and by fostering their personal growth and independence.” More

The Parish Choir

This friendly group sings in a service twice monthly. New adult members are welcomed without audition. More