“Be generous with the different things God gave you,
passing them around so all get in on it: if words, let it be God’s words; if help, let it be God’s hearty help.”
- 1 Peter 4:10-11 (MES)
We are God's hands and feet in the world; we are His eyes and ears. At Trinity we take this to heart, which is why you'll find so many members of our church community deeply involved in the ministries we support:
12-step recovery program for those who struggle with the disease of alcoholism.
Meets Sundays and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
Contact: AA Central Office, Area 73
24 Hour Toll-Free Hotline 800.333.5051
CONTACT 24-HOUR RAPE CRISIS CENTER
Provides advocacy and support for victims of sexual assault and stalking.
M-F 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Contact: Sharon Pressman, Executive Director
Huntington Office: 304.523.3447
Mason County Office: 304.675.6724
Download a Volunteer Application
CRIDLIN FOOD & CLOTHING PANTRY
Offers food and clothing to individuals and families in need.*
M, W, F 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Contact: Trinity Church Office
*Prospective clients must register with Information and Referral, a service located in Huntington’s Cabell County Library. They must also present a valid ID and proof of residency. Qualifying applicants are issued a referral to present to the Pantry. Prospective clients can also be referred by a local church, the Red Cross, Branches, or other non-profit organizations. Thanks to Cridlin’s compassionate staff, people are rarely turned away empty-handed for lack of qualifications or referrals.
HUNTINGTON AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Brings people together to build homes, communities and hope for families in need. Partners with qualified families and offers them an opportunity to have safe, decent, affordable housing. Homes are built by volunteers working alongside the families who will live in the homes. No experience necessary to volunteer.
Contact: The church office at 304.529.6084
HEAD START (SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY ACTION)
A national federally-funded program offering comprehensive developmental services for income-eligible, pre-school children ages 3 to 5, and social services for their families in Cabell, Lincoln, Mason, and Wayne counties.
M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Contact: Sheri Turley
For Early Childhood Development and Health:
Director – Donna Taylor, M.A.
Assistant Director – Kany Rutherford, M.A.
_MARSHALL CAMPUS MINISTRY
Based at Marshall University’s Christian Center. A gathering place, worship center, and informal place to hang out. Serves as a resource for young people searching for a personal spiritual path. Offers pastoral care and counseling, appointment or walk-in.
The CCC is also home to the Episcopalian Canterbury Club.
Meets Monday nights at 6:30 p.m.
Contact: Stephen C. Day, Advisor
The Campus Christian Center
MARSHALL MEDICAL OUTREACH
A free medical student-led mobile health clinic that provides people in need of health care with treatment by medical students and attending physicians. Services include general medical care; free OTC and prescription medications; eye screening and free reading or prescription glasses; and dermatology, including biopsies.
4th Saturday of every month at 9:00 a.m.
Parking Lot, Trinity Episcopal Church
Contact: Missy Browning
OA offers a program of recovery from compulsive overeating, binge eating and other eating disorders using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Meetings provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope. No dues or fees - OA is self-supporting through member contributions.
RIVER CITIES MINISTRIES
A food ministry that began more than a decade ago with two people passing out coffee and donuts to the homeless on the banks of the Ohio River. From that beginning, and with the longtime support of Larry Clark, who now serves on Trinity’s vestry, River Cities Ministries now serves an average of 275 people a week. Volunteers from Trinity and other local churches serve a hot breakfast and give away toilet paper, oranges, dishwashing liquid, deodorant, and other small personal items.
Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m.
Parking Lot, Trinity Episcopal Church
Contact: Larry Clark
An informal Wednesday evening worship service that draws around 120 people a week, many of them homeless or at risk for homelessness. Worship is followed by fellowship and a hot meal that is planned, cooked, and served by Trinity volunteers. Anyone in need is welcomed.
Contact: Father Chip at 304.529.6084
WORSHIP AT THE WOODLANDS
An intimate worship service held at The Woodlands Retirement Community in Huntington. Led by Deacon Jim Morgan. All are welcome..
Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.
Contact: Deacon Jim