Local Mission Ministry

Trinity's congregation takes part in a variety of local mission/service events throughout the year. Read about some of the events below.

Sock Drive

Trinity's Mission Ministry is collecting socks to distribute to local and Calgary Shelters.

Blue bins labeled "MEN", "WOMEN", "YOUTH", and "CHILDREN" have been placed in the Narthex of our church.  Donated socks will be delivered to receiving agencies in December and January.  Gently used socks must be clean and in good repair, and in pairs (same size but don't need to match).  New socks are gratefully accepted as well.  Please help us with this important project.  It has come to our attention that there is need for towels (either gently used or new) at several of the local shelters.  We have added a bin for towel donations next to the sock bins in the Narthex.

Dec. 11, 2015

Eight youth and two adults were able to wrap several gifts for 8 families in need as a part of Scotiabank Smiles for Christmas.  

Dec. 1, 2015

Several of our youth went with IVCF to work at the Shoebox Warehouse on Dec 1. They were able to process 12,000 shoeboxes!

“You are the light of the world . . . In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven. Matthew 5:14a & 16

Haiti Mission 2017

Mission Travel Team


We have had several Mission Trips with Praying Pelican Missions. Praying Pelican Missions operates out of Minniapolis, Minnesota in the United States and is a non-denominational organization which prepares the sites and all the logistics of the mission so that our team is able to hit the ground running. They see to the safety of accommodations, meals, water and transportation and allow participants to gain a flavour of the surrounding culture and sights. See below for stories about each of our trips.

MISSION 2014 To Costa Rica

On February 15 - 22, 2014, 8 youth and 21 adults traveled to Rio Cuarto de Gracia, San Carlos, Costa Rica. Two teams of women held eyeglass clinics. One team was at the school and the other team was at the church. They saw almost 500 people. The men participated in two construction projects. One team built a fence and the other team built a concrete drainage ditch. The youth cleaned and painted a fence at a girls club and they also painted the new fence that the men built. In the afternoon the youth hosted sports camps playing many games and teaching the Costa Rican children how to play hockey. All mission team members participated in church services and a special talent night as well as other activities throughout the week.


In July 2012 twenty eight youth and adults traveled to Belize to minister to the people of Lake Independence Church in Belize City. While there we held eyeglass clinics, re-tinned the church roof and shared Christ's love through Vacation Bible School.  


Easter 2010 - Our team of 28 missionaries divided into three groups. The first team of ladies were trained to conduct an Eyeglass Clinic for 300 local residents. The second team of primarily youth held a Vacation Bible School for 100 kids in the community and did work projects around the local church. The third team of men tackled a building project replacing a devastated roof and porch for an older blind man in the community. Our youngest missionary was 14 years old and the oldest missionary was a grandparent in their 60's.



Our team of 23 participants hosted a Vacation Bible School for 160 plus kids in the village of San Martin. We visited the King's Children's Home Orphanage in Belmopan, spent time in prayer with people in the local hospital, took the VBS to a neighbouring community and did prayer ministry with the people there.  




Our team consisted of 28 participants, 20 youth and 8 adults. A cinder block house was constructed, painting and repair work done at the orphanage and a Vacation Bible School experience was offered for the 49 kids resident in the orphanage.