Doing whatever it takes, with whatever we have, wherever God calls.
Missions isn’t a “group” of set people who are the ones only allowed to serve. It involves women, men, youth, and families in the church coming together to take Jesus out into the world, beyond the walls of the campus. There are many opportunities and ways in which you can serve. Some events are ongoing, others are yearly or emergency based. Read below to find out more about the missions ministry and the areas you can be a part of here at Trinity!

Regular Campus Activities

Open Every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Drive-Thru Only Winter 2021
Coordinator: Lisa Looney 
Our Mission
The love of Christ compels us, and commands us to share our faith, to be the hands and feet of Christ, in order to meet the physical and spiritual needs of those whom He places in our path.
Each week we partner with Manna Food Bank in an effort to provide food and other necessities to those in need throughout our community. If you are in need; are interested in serving or donating; or would like more info about the Trinity of Fairview Food Pantry, please call the church office at 828-628-1188. 
Trinity of Fairview Clothes Closet
Open at the discretion of the Clothes Closet Coordinator
Coordinator: Julie Pressley 
The clothes closet is open as needs arise in our community. Donations are taken on a periodic basis. See above for information regarding items we may be collecting. If you have a need or would like to donate, please contact the church office at 828-628-1188 to arrange an appointment to visit or before bringing donations (when collecting) outside of service hours. 

Areas of Mission

It doesn’t take a faraway trip to show the care we are called to. In our community is a wealth of people we love and love to serve.
These are just some of the ways we seek to give back to our neighbors:
  • Teacher Luncheons/Breakfasts
  • Feeding our Local Marching Bands & Football Teams
  • School Supply Drives
  • Community Christmas Toy Drive
  • Fire Department Appreciation
  • Memory Walk for Alzheimers
  • Firewood Ministry
  • Local Construction on Homes, Ministry Centers, and Area Churches
  • Community Events for Outreach 
  • WNC State Fair Ministry
  • Saturday Serve: Our once-a-month church-wide workday. This is a time when we complete tasks around the church or in our community.
Regional missions can encompass a variety of activities. From backyard Bible clubs to building projects and more, the common goal with all regional missions is to share the love of Christ through all that we do with our neighbors.
Regional missions thus far have included areas of:
  • Kentucky
  • Alabama
  • Oklahoma
  • Arkansas
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • McDowell County West Virginia
  • Alabama
  • Vermont and more
We also take part in disaster relief efforts whenever and wherever there is a need.
Our primary aim in international missions is to take Jesus beyond these walls and out into the world. To date, we have been blessed to get to know the wonderful people of:
  • Nicaragua
  • Honduras
  • Haiti 
These lists are not exhaustive. There are many ways to get involved!
How can I help? We are always happy to add new people to our various ministry teams. Likewise, we appreciate all donations, which help us continue to serve! Ministries you can be a part of include but are not limited to:
  • Clothes Closet Currently collecting jackets and hoodies for children for the cooler weather (see above). Bring items to the mission center lobby during service hours on Sundays and Wednesdays.
  • Food Pantry We regularly accept non-perishable food items to stock the pantry. Workers to help maintain the pantry throughout the week or to serve on Tuesdays during “open” hours are always welcome! 
  • M.E.R.C.Y. “Medical Equipment to Restore & Comfort You” Closet/Healthcare Ministry (New or gently used medical equipment accepted including crutches, wheelchairs, bath tub seating, etc.)
  • Kingdom Builders This group regularly assists those in need throughout our church, community, and region via a myriad of service projects. including everything from building projects to preparing food for church events and teacher appreciation dinners.
  • Firewood Ministry Open to all church attendees, this group cuts, splits, stacks, and delivers firewood for those in need in our community during the fall and winter months.
  • Missions Trips (Pray and ask God where he would have you serve; whether on the mission field or through financial support.)
  • Most importantly, pray for God’s blessing, guidance, and protection on those serving.
Interested in donating, serving, or learning more about the many opportunities to be a part of the missions ministry?
Do you have a special need we may be able to assist with?
Contact us at missions@trinityoffairview.org.