Care for the Congregation and the Community is what being a Deacon is all about. It is the duty of the Deacons, first of all to minister to those who are in need, to the sick, to the friendless, and any who may be in distress. The Deacons are the Care Givers of the church both within and beyond the community of faith. They coordinate and assist with providing for the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of the congregation and for those in and around our community. This can mean paying visits and bringing casseroles to those in need, or sending birthday cards just to share in the celebration of another year. The Deacons are a dedicated and busy group of people.
Phone calls and emails are sent to those in the congregation who have indicated a desire to be prayer advocates. Call the office at 860-4114 during regular business hours, or email the church at
During services, please fill out a yellow card in the pew pockets and place in the offering plate. These will be shared with the congregation during our "Joys and Concerns" segment.
Select the Prayer Wall button to place prayer requests on this site for other to pray. If you desire, you will receive an email each time someone prays for your request.
The men meet on the first Saturday of each month at 8:15 for breakfast and good conversation. Sometimes the men cook for themselves, other months they opt to meet at a local restaurant.
After-Church Coffee Hour
The men are responsible for providing the goodies on the 2nd Sunday of each month for the after-church coffee hour.
The Community Meal Center serves meals at the Presbyterian Church in Hamilton, OH. Trinity members volunteer food and service on scheduled Fridays during the month.
The Fairfield Food Pantry supplies residents of Fairfield with non-perishable food. Trinity regularly supports them with volunteers, donations of jars, canned goods, and whatever the current needs may be. An annual spring "Fill-A-Truck" event collects donations for the food pantry in community-wide effort at Trinity.
Trinity, Greenhills and Pleasant Run Presbyterian Churches gather paper products, cleaning supplies and other goods for those in need for a Non-Food Pantry each month. The Non Food Pantry is available on the third Saturday of every month from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Pleasant Run Presbyterian Church
Trinity supports several international mission efforts. Trinity supports the Antioch Partners by sponsoring a young family of missionaries in Tajikistan, Central Asia. They provide programs for all members of Tajik families as they demonstrate and tell of the love of Jesus Christ.
Trinity also participates in Operation Christmas Child where shoe boxes are filled by members with toys, games and sundries for children around the world to tangibly experience the birth of Jesus. It is an opportunity for their local churches to share the story of Jesus.
Trinity also supports a number of Presbyterian causes, including Presbyterian Disaster Assistance who coordinates responses to natural and human disasters nationally and internationally.
The Trinity Women’s Ministry is very active and contributes a great deal to the community and the church. The Women’s Ministry meetings occur quarterly on the 3rd Wednesday to conduct business and hear speakers. The January meeting sets the organization events for the year. Past Programs have included “Annie Oakley” and Dress for Success.