We believe strongly that caring for one another is at the heart of what it means to follow Jesus. Whatever struggles we face in life, we as a church family believe that no one should have to go through those struggles alone. We also recognize that the best support we can receive comes out of relationship. Here are the ways that we encourage you to find that support:
- We believe in the power of prayer, and our staff and our prayer teams would absolutely love to pray for you in your time of need. To submit a confidential request, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Groups are such an important foundation to what we do—and it’s our desire that everyone who attends Sunday services at Trinity would also get connected in a group. We encourage you to invest in these deeper relationships and ask for prayer and support from your group in times of need.
- Trinity is blessed to have pastors, ministry staff and volunteers who are committed to caring for you and your family. At any time that you need prayer or support, please feel free to reach out to any one of them with whom you have already established a connection.
- If you have not formed connections yet at Trinity and would like to speak with someone, we invite you to call our dedicated pastoral care phone line at 203-636-0969 to speak to the pastor or ministry staff on call, or you can send a confidential email to email@example.com.
Whatever the struggles we face in life, the wonderful thing about being part of a church family is that we don’t have to go through it alone! Here are a few of the ways we come alongside each other:
Prayer: Click here to learn more about receiving prayer on Sundays during the worship service or requesting a 60-90 minute healing prayer appointment.
Groups: Trinity Groups are small groups that meet together in convenient locations to learn about the Bible, grow in faith and have fun meeting new people! Each term (Winter/Spring, Summer and Fall) we offer different care related groups that cover topics like marriage, divorce, grieving, healthy boundaries and others.
Hospital or Homebound Visitation: If you, or a loved one, will be in the hospital for a planned procedure, or if you are homebound while recovering, and would like a visit from someone on our Care Team, please call the church office at 203-618-0808 and ask to speak to the pastor or ministry staff on call, or you can send a confidential email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing Support: Stephen Ministry is a caring ministry in which people are trained to provide one-to-one care to people experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, aging, chronic or terminal illness, relocation, miscarriage or infertility, or separation. To learn more about if a Stephen Minister is right for you, send a confidential email to StephenMinistry@trinitychurch.life.
Meal Ministry: Our Meals Team provides meals for people in times of illness, grief or a new baby. Please email email@example.com to make a request.
Ongoing Counseling: Trinity also has a valued and long-term relationship with The Center for Hope and Renewal in Greenwich for professional and ongoing care when that is needed; more information can be found at www.hopeandrenewal.org. It is located at 237 Taconic Road, Greenwich, CT and can be reached at 203-340-9816.