Impact Missions

Impact missions are designed to help our congregation focus on evangelistic mission opportunities beyond the walls of Trinity in which a growing number of people can make a hands-on contribution for the sake of the Gospel.
Generally, Impact missions are initiated by members who have a strong connection to or interest in that mission and who are willing and able to provide leadership to grow a Trinity connection to that mission.  Mission offerings will be given to each Impact Mission in line with the impact Trinity plans for each one. 

God has raised up leaders and teams for the following five IMPACT Missions. 


Compassion Pregnancy Center

Trinity supports the work of the Compassion Pregnancy Center located in Clinton Township. Through our work with CPC, we are able to provide diapers, formula, funding and volunteers to participate in CPC programs.  If you would like to speak to a member of Trinity for more information, please call Linda Gawinski at 586-431-1147 or you can email Linda at  l.eg@sbcglobal.net. Please put CPC in the subject line. For information on upcoming events at Compassion Pregnancy Center, visit the Compassion Friends website and click on ‘Events’ and ‘How to Help’ tabs.

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Family of God

Trinity is a supporter of Family of God in Detroit. Family of God is making an impact in many people’s lives by bringing the Good News of Christ to those who are poor, hungry, and homeless. We help by serving dinners at Family of God one Wednesday a month. Our Men’s Bible Study coordinate the dinners. If you would like to be a part of this by contributing time of money, contact Brian Lanko at 586-350-0444 or email brilank@aol.com . Karen Langreet is coordinating the casserole donations. Contact her at 586-445-2460

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Groundwork Guatemala

Each summer, Trinity sends a team to Guatemala City to help serve the poorest of the poor through the organization Groundwork Guatemala. For more information, contact Sally Buss at sbuss@trinityct.org.

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Habitat for Humanity Macomb

Macomb County Habitat for Humanity partners with working families seeking to move out of substandard or overcrowded housing. Habitat mobilizes volunteers, experienced construction personnel, churches, businesses and groups to provide a hand up as they help each family build or rehab their own home. For more information, contact Dave Tirsell at 586-263-1540 ext. 101 or dtirsell@ macombhabitat.org.

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HARP Mission

The HARP Mission is an Ohio 501 (c) (3) Not For Profit organized to assist in disaster relief efforts. We are an established mission that helps displaced disaster victims re-establish themselves in safe and sanitary temporary housing. We help them, through providing them with your donations, to furnish their restored homes with major household items (furniture, appliances, kitchen, bedroom, family room and bath furnishings, etc.). hope in circumstances that challenge their ability to have a better life. For more information on the HARP Mission, contact Chris Kapolka at ckapolka@comcast.net or Gwen Richard at gwenrichard@gmail.com.

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We have several groups that Engage God, Engage God's People and Engage the World in various ways at Trinity. 

fellowship with seniors

Fellowship with Seniors is an opportunity for our senior members to socialize, hear from informative speakers and often play games during meetings. For more information, contact Ruth Schalk.

Health and human care ministry

The purpose of Trinity’s Human Care/Health ministries is to engage and equip God’s people to serve Christ at home, church and within the community. Existing ministry opportunities are identified under the banners of Human Care and Health Care. For more information, visit the Parish Nurse website.

Quilters for Lutheran World relief

The quilters complete quilt tops, pillowcase dresses and britches for those in impoverished countries around the world. If you like to sew, the group meets the third Tuesday of every month at 9:30 a.m. in the Community Center.

Women's league

The Women's League provides an opportunity for women to participate in activities to help grow her faith while demonstrating care to others. For more information, contact Deb Graham-Large.