In our city ministries

“In Our City” proclaims Trinity’s commitment to the surrounding neighborhood. For example, what do we want to offer in the summertime to all the children around Trinity? We want to offer “Camp in Our City.” Who do we want to support through Trinity’s children’s ministry? We want to support “Kids in Our City.” Below are the many ways Trinity seeks to love our neighbors for Christ.

  • serve in our city

    We believe that most people want to make a difference in the world in which we live. “Serve in Our City” is Trinity’s way of inviting others to partner with us in ways that make a difference.  If you're available to serve, check out these ways to make a difference for Christ!

  • Living Healthy in our city

    Living Healthy in Our City refers to opportunities to live for Christ as healthy as possible physically, mentally, and spiritually. From personal finances, to being physical fit, to connecting and growing in spiritual fellowship, living healthy for Christ is our shared goal. Trinity will start a Run For God Small Group in February, 2019!

  • not in our city!

    Not in Our City! is Trinity’s committed to reduce hunger, homelessness, and illiteracy. Click here to learn more.

  • CAMP in our city

    Camp In Our City offers a dynamic day camp experience targeting elementary age children in Title 1 Elementary Schools in Warner Robins. The children have the opportunity to explore a wide range of classes (from sewing, cooking, dance to basketball). This week is filled with opportunities for the children to learn about and experience Jesus Christ through worship and small group time. Mark calendars now for this year's camp: June 5-9, 2019.

  • Kids In OUR city

    This exciting mid-week connection for children is about exploring who they are and who Christ is. It’s about children experience lives together with one another and experience Christ in a person way. It’s about children learning to express themselves and the good news of Jesus Christ. And it’s a whole lot of fun where children learn everything from sewing and cooking to soccer and taekwondo while learning about Christ for their lives. Meets Wednesdays from 4:00 p.m. to 5:40 p.m. To learn more, please contact KIOC Coordinator, Jewel odom or Brandon Buford.