So Many Opportunities to Choose From that You Can't Pick JUST One!

Trinity is pleased to offer many areas of ministry that encourage parishioners to take an active role in the worship and fellowship of our church family, and in outreach to the community.
  • Angel Tree - Parishioners contribute Christmas gifts to local families in need.
  • Baby Shower for Jesus - Christmas gifts for babies of unwed mothers.
  • Ecumenical Food Pantry - Parishioners distribute food at a local pantry.
  • Samaritan Purse Shoebox - Parishioners fill boxes for Christmas distribution.
  • Share the Feast - Easter and Thanksgiving meals contributed and delivered by parishioners.
  • St. Francis House - Teams of parishioners provide weekly evening prayer and monthly dinners.
  • St. Johns Housing Partnership - Funding and construcion of residential wheelchair ramps by Brotherhood of St. Andrew.



  • Council on Aging - funding provided by St. Catherine's Guild.
  • Empty Stocking Fund - funding provided by St. Catherine's Guild.
  • Habitat for Hummanity - funding provided by St. Catherine's Guild.
  • Home Again St. Johns - funding provided by Parish.
  • Hospice (Northeast Florida) - funding provided by St. Catherine's Guild.
  • Save Our Students (SOS) Program - funding provided by Parish.
  • Acolytes - Ages 8 and up assist at the altar with the cross, torches, and the liturgy.
  • Altar Guild - Preparation and care of the altar by invitation of the Rector.
  • Breakfast Sunday - Teams prepare and serve breakfast the 1st Sunday of each month.
  • Children's Church - Volunteers lead the CC service on a rotating basis at the 9 AM worship.
  • Church Mice - Restock information holders on pews and post hymns on the board.
  • Docents - Trained guides for church tours.
  • Eucharistic Ministers - Bear the chalice at the Eucharist, lead prayers, and read lessons.
  • Eucharistic Visitors - Trained men and women that take Communion to the sick and infirmed.
  • Front Office Volunteers - Assists with phone calls, visitors, and small office projects.
  • Garden Committee - A group of parishioners that maintain and beautify the church grounds.
  • Greeters of Newcomers - Welcomes and assists visitors and new members.
  • Holy Folders - Parishioners that stuff bulletins for worship services.
  • Ushers - Welcomes and assists congregation at worship, receives the offering, and takes it with the elements to be offered at the altar.
  • Worship Leaders - Read Sunday lessons and licensed by the Bishop.