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Worship the King. Grow the Kingdom

We are a church of outreach

At Trinity, Ubuntu is a reality for us: We are because others are and we practice our God-given humanity towards others. This means that we recognise the love God has shown us as a community and we respond to God’s love by showing love to others in as many different ways as we can.

We believe in the Kingdom of God

Outreach, for us, begins on a Sunday. Every week we invite our whole community to join us at our Sunday services because worshipping together and community is important to us. This is our first invitation to outreach – to belong to a vibrant community in the Kingdom of God. Sundays are also a physical invitation to come and hear the Gospel of Christ and to be discipled.

We worship God and then seek to grow God’s kingdom through outreach.

Trinity Methodist Church. Worship the King. Grow the Kingdom.

This is how we Grow God’s Kingdom

Holiday Club

Our annual week of fun for primary school kids is open to all children in the Linden and surrounds area during the Easter school holidays. Fun and fellowship happens when about 30 young people/leaders are joined by about 80 children (who attend from 8.00am-1.00pm) get together each morning for worship, fun activities and learning about God.

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Pop-up Play Place

An annual pop-up event for children and families. In recent years we have become aware of three things during school holidays:

  • children have nowhere to go for fun and fellowship,
  • entertainment is expensive and often far away,
  • children would love an activity to do.

Out of this was born the Pop-up Play Place.

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Mozambique Mission Outreach

Every winter, Trinity partners with a community in Mozambique (usually during the July school holidays). We travel to Chidenguele (pronounced Shid-den-ge-le) +-800km from the Trinity to share in the Kingdom of God together.

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Trinity supports the Tshepo Project, run in partnership with several local churches, to uplift and minister into the needs of marginalized individuals and families. The Project is involved in a number of initiatives which empower peopel through job creation, child aftercare, social work, skills development and job creation and a number of other initiatives. This is a ministry which is ‘close to home’ for Trinity as many of the Project’s offerings take place in Windsor and Northcliff.

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Ikageng Itireleng AIDS Ministry

Many years ago one of our members, Carol Dyanti, became aware of the deep need to meet the tragedy and challenges faced by children affected by HIV and AIDS. Carol began the Ikageng Itireleng AIDS Ministry in Soweto to assist chid-headed households and those affected by HIV. Trinity have partnered with Ikageng Itirileng and been significantly involved in this ministry from the beginning.

2021 has seen some changes in the relationship between Carol and Ikageng, please find a statement by following the link below:

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Soup Kitchen

Connected to the Tshepo Project is a seven-day-a-week soup kitchen providing a hot meal and fellowship to the most marginalised in our community. This is a shared initiative with the Linden Fraternal of Churches.Trinity is responsible for holding the soup kitchen on our premises on a Saturday morning. On a roster basis various Trinity Home Groups prepare soup, buy bread and serve this to the those who attend at 8am.

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Orange Farm

Trinity has a growing relationship with churches and ministries in the Orange Farm community, south of Johannesburg. We have been instrumental in planting a church in the community, assisting with building and other aspects of church building.

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Faith Based Initiative (FBI)

Trinity supports an inter-church group who minister daily to the children, youth and families attending the Empilweni and Themba Lethu Aids Clinics at the Rahima Moosa and Themba Lethu hospitals. FBI provides refreshments, clothing, activity materials and other support to those attending the clinics.

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Jordan House

At different times of the year Trinity offer physical and other support for Jordan House, a Methodist home for the aged in Westbury.

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Other weekly and ongoing Outreach

Trinity have a number of other outreach projects which have been part of the fabric of our community for many years, made no less special by their ongoing nature, which touch the lives of many:

Sewing Classes

Teaching these important skills every Thursday afternoon at 2pm to anyone in the community who would like to learn a new skill. Many of the participants use these skills to generate additional income for themselves.

Life skills Training

Trinity holds regular life skills workshops which are open to anyone in the community as an opportunity to share and grow the community practically.

Senior Citizens

A group of dedicated Trinity ladies host a seniors tea on the second Wednesday of each month for fellowship, tea and fun. It is open for all seniors to attend. Home communion is also taken to those who need it.

Pastoral Care Workshops

As a faith community, many of our members have specialised skill and knowledge which we aim to make available to our wider community. Trinity hosts informative workshops on various relevant topics throughout the year (e.g. Breast cancer awareness, depression, dealing with guilt, etc.) All are welcome to attend.

How to get involved

We are a community who cares, if you would like to get involved in any of these outreach projects, in any capacity, we would love to connect with you.

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