The question was posed to me this past week, “Why do people give up little things like chocolate or coffee during Lent?” Well, let me start with a disclosure – I did give up coffee this year. It may seem like a little thing, but it can have spiritual significance. It is not about ...
The Conroe Soup Kitchen
The Trinity “Soupers” cook and serve lunch to approximately 100-125 adults and children each month at the Salvation Army in Conroe. Transportation is available. Please contact Patty Spahr or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Trinity hosts families who are homeless and working toward independence by offering food, lodging, transportation, and fellowship four times a year. The families stay at Trinity for one week during which approximately 50 volunteers are needed to help provide a caring atmosphere for these families in transition. Please contact Stu Thompson or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Montgomery County Jail Ministry
The Chaplain's Office of the Montgomery County Jail is responsible for serving the spiritual needs of the inmates. It exists to provide religious materials, worship services, counseling, intercession and rehabilitation for jail inmates (English and Spanish speaking). The program is ecumenical and the volunteers come from local churches. They also serve to meet the spiritual needs of the staff and the families of inmates. Please contact Bill Carter or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
The work and mission of Lord of the Streets Episcopal Church and Community of the Streets Outreach is to minister to the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of individuals living in Houston who are homeless, in crisis or in transition. LOTS is committed to providing supportive services to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families. These services include healthcare, food, clothing, personal hygiene kits, services to obtain identification, case management for employment, counseling and substance abuse services, and providing referrals to emergency shelter and permanent housing programs. Please contact Woody Zachry or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Volunteers are necessary at critical times to respond to the needs of our church members and larger community. An emergency response plan is in place to mobilize and educate those interested in this project. Dean Campa or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
A circle of women join together for a learning opportunity grounded in God's call to local and global action. This year we are partnering with Angelreach Ministries to mentor and guide a young adult who has aged out of the foster care system. Contact MAry Kay Davis or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Together with the Prime Time Guys, Trinity Outreach ministries hold a food drive every quarter for the Interfaith Food Pantry. Once a year, Trinity builds a Wall of Compassion (boxes of food) for the Interfaith Food Pantry. Trinity is a Community Member of Interfaith in order to coordinate community outreach. Contact Kristen Coker or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
In coordination with Interfaith, Trinity members donate gifts at Christmas time to those in need. This is the oldest and longest running outreach project at Trinity.
Trinity Veterans Fellowship
Veterans provide books, magazines, toiletries and other items to go to the VA Hospital. They also raise funds for Fisher House which serves the military, veterans and their families in times of need.
We seek missions with other ministries in support of work to which God calls us. Contact Trinity Veterans through the Outreach Director in the church office at 281-367-8113 or
Spirit Lake Nation, North Dakota
Volunteers from Trinity work in the community building relationships, repairing St. Thomas Church and other buildings. There is also a 5-day arts and life skills program for children and adults, along with traditional arts and carpentry with the community. Please contact Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Volunteers in Kairos address the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women and children, and for their families and those who work in the prison environment. Please contact Rev. Robert Lowry or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Kids Hope mentors spend just one hour per week reading, talking, playing and listening to a child at school. By helping the child feel loved and valued, they help the child to learn, grow and succeed. Volunteers from Trinity mentor children at Glenloch Elementary School just around the corner. This ministry began by funding from the Stiles family in memory of Nancy Stiles, who cared about children and literacy. Please contact David and Laura Marshall, or Alyssa Stebbing ( )
Recovery Programs Meeting at Trinity
We believe that one of our greatest responsibilities is to open our doors to others who are in need. In the case of recovery groups, what greater need is there than to have a place to meet regularly, discretely and safely.
Trinity Episcopal Church is honored to be able to open its doors to a number of recovery programs in The Woodlands, including:
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Big Book Study
- Cornerstone Recovery
- Women in Recovery
- Families in Recovery
- Gambler's Anonymous
Trinity Episcopal Church supports the mission of ERD. Episcopal Relief & Development is the compassionate response of the Episcopal Church to human suffering in the world. Hearing God's call to seek and serve Christ in all persons and to respect the dignity of every human being, Episcopal Relief & Development serves to bring together the generosity of Episcopalians and others with the needs of the world.