Other Ongoing Missions
Elijah’s Promise Soup Kitchen: Trinity has been volunteering at Elijah’s Promise every second Wednesday for more than 25 years, helping to prepare and serve food to about 100 to 150 people. Trinity also provides financial assistance to Elijah’s Promise. Volunteers can carpool from the church parking lot (we leave at 4:30 p.m.) or meet at Elijah’s Promise, 18 Neilson Street, New Brunswick.
– Contact Bob Sullivan for more information
Women Aware: Over the years, Trinity has supported the moms and children living in the Women Aware Safe House by purchasing toys, clothing, food and school supplies. More recently, the commission has sponsored domestic violence awareness events.
– Contact Diane Palmer for more information
Food Drives: Trinity holds a food collection the first Sunday of every month for CUP, "Churches United for People," in Spotswood. This food pantry serves any Middlesex County resident in need. Donations of non-perishable food items such as cereal, soup, rice, pasta and sauce, as well as household products like paper towels and tissues, are always needed. Please leave your donations in the first bay in the Narthex.
– Contact Sally Conway or Barbara Keegan for more information
Lunch Break Clothing Donation: Located in Red Bank, this organization accepts workplace clothing for both women and men. While it will accept any type of clothing, Trinity will focus on collecting work attire for job interviews and workplace clothing. Here are some guidelines:
– Clean and on a hanger (NO garbage bags).
– Current styles (within the last five years).
Women: Blouses, skirts, dresses, blazers, sweater sets, cardigans, pants. Unused hosiery, handbags, scarves, belts, jewelry, shoes.
Men: pants, button down shirts, suits, ties, sweaters, belts, unused socks, jackets, shoes.
– Contact Andrea Bates for more information