Community Food Bank

A branch of Tucson’s Community Food Bank is located on the lower level of the main Trinity building. It is open on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, staffed by church and West University neighborhood volunteers.

Recycle Closet

Trinity’s Recycle Closet has bins for water bottles, aluminum cans, pop tops, medicine bottles, and plastic bags. In addition, General Mills and Campbell’s labels are collected to help purchase educational equipment for schools
knittersKnitorious

Knitters gather most every Saturday morning at 9:00 am to work together on personal projects or group service projects. Beginners welcome, along with seasoned knitters.


Sandwiches For Casa Maria

One Sunday morning each month, we make 600 sandwiches that are used by the Casa Maria Soup Kitchen in their daily sack lunch ministry to homeless clients in South Tucson.

Cooking For Primavera

Trinity is blessed with some great cooks, who prepare a monthly dinner and a weekly breakfast in Trinity’s kitchen (very early on Wednesday mornings) for the residents of two Primavera shelters in South Tucson

Just Coffee

Cafe Justo (Just Coffee) is a coffee cooperative in Agua Prieta that is helping Mexican coffee growers find a market for their produce. We’re pleased to offer Just Coffee for sale on Sunday mornings, to support this ministry of Frontera de Cristo (a Presbyterian border ministry) and Catholic Relief Services.

just coffee

ryans bearsRyan’s Bears

Trinity Presbyterian Women hold several workshops each year to cut, stitch, glue and stuff teddy bears. Named after a young member of Trinity who was killed in a car accident, Ryan’s Bears provide security and comfort to children from abusive environments.

helping handsHelping Hands

As part of Wednesday Nite Alive!, there is a hands-on service project anyone can take part in. We’ve made beads for Ben’s Bells, tied fleece blankets for Project Linus, read books to children at Hospitality House, assembled hygiene kits, emergency food packs, school supply bags, and more.