Faith and Action
(Also known as Christian Responsibility, Social Concerns or Social Justice) Jesus calls us to care about the things God cares about, and the New Testament is clear that we are called to care for the poor, the homeless, the marginalized and vulnerable. Trinity members are involved, individually, in many areas. Here are some which are taken on by our congregation.
Over-all Coordinator of this ministry area is the Vice President of Trinity- Mary Lauver. If you have a Social Concerns Ministry passion talk to her first...
Family Promise on the Palouse: Coordinator-Mary Lauver. Joining with other Pullman/Moscow Churches Trinity provides safe shelter, a meal and the open doors provided by Family Promise: https://familypromisepalouse.org/
God's Work Our Hands; Yearly Emphasis. For 2016-17 we will be finding ways to support our community's First Responders. Teddy Bears for distribution to children in crisis; Coffee Cards to thank our Police, Fire and EMT people. This is a developing program looking for creative action...
Mobile Meals: Trinity provides delivery people for one month of the year; usually February. For thirty years Kathy Emtmann coordinated Trinity's participatio. We are now looking for someone to take on the Baton!
Local Food Banks Support - currently coordinated by the Cavegnetto family. You can find a basket near the "Caring Station" where food donation for our two local food banks is gathered.
Monday Quilters gather in the Fellowship Hall from 2 to 4 to create tangible gifts of caring. Quilts are sent world-wide through Lutheran World Relief
Eyeglasses- Through Pullman Lions Club and Coordinated by Carol Dahl
Kiva Loans At the 2010 Elsie's Tea, members of TLC pooled their resources to finance a "microloan" through Kiva. These microloans provide entrepreneurs all over the world an opportunity to expand or start their business with the goal of alleviating poverty. Since November of 2009 Kiva has facilitated over $100 million in loans and we are so happy to be a part of this great program!