Northampton, Sundays at 5 p.m.
and, Cathedral in the Light - Town Square Park, Greenfield, Sundays at 2 p.m.
*CROP Walk 2018- October 14, 2 p.m.
Step off: Leyden United Methodist Church
Trinitarian Congregational Church
The Mission Ministry guides and assists our Church by promoting awareness and support of the Church World Service missions. We also provide awareness and support for our own local and ecumenical mission projects as they pertain to charitable outreach.
We encourage Church members to be informed and concerned about problems and needs and the Missions Ministry may recommend action to the Church, if appropriate.
Mission Ministry Report
Jan 21, 2020
Souper Bowl Sunday - Feb. 2 - The Mission Ministry will once again offer three kinds of soup at our coffee hour that Sunday and collect cans of soup for the Northfield Food Pantry.
Backpacks for women post incarceration - A Franklin Interfaith project, BWPI will supply women released from jail with a backpack filled with necessities. The organizers are collecting backpacks now and will let us know what we can collect to go in the backpacks.
Cathedral in the Light - April 26 - We will be cooking and serving this meal for about 80 people. More information later.
Loaves & Fishes - Cathy Hawkins-Harrison manages this endeavor. Each month we get a report and discuss possible actions. We are concerned that some elderly people may not be asking for help that they need. Patter (Call to Care) will meet with us Feb. 3 at our next meeting.
TCC's Participation in the NuDay Syria Project
is being coordinated by the Mission Ministry.
TCC parishioners are asked to donate hygiene items for inclusion in the container that will be shipped to Syria in the spring. You'll find a box in the church lounge.
TCC members packing hygiene kits on our end and distributions in the camps in Syria - 5/3/18
On February 18th, Pat Hynes spoke about her recent trip
to Lebanon and Syria
Scroll down for more about our mission to Honduras
Seventh-grade students, Middle School, Guinope, Honduras
photo: Bev Phelps. Greenfield Recorder