Trinity’s Outreach ministries are committed to helping parishioners support what is most important to each of us as individuals. Our faith calls us to respond to the scripture from Acts 8 – “you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” At Trinity we consider “Jerusalem” to be our local community, “Judea and Samaria” our diocese and our continent, and “the ends of the earth” our other international presence. Because we respond to an ever-changing circle of need, our Outreach ministries change from year to year. This year our focus is:


Concord Prison Ministry
(Jay Luby)

Crop Walk – yearly participation to support local food pantries
(Carol Burroughs)

Advocacy Network to end family homelessness

Concord Food Pantry
(Phil Knight-Atkinson and Karl Knight-Atkinson)

Kitchen Tour to raise funds for the community and church
(Barbara Morse)

Fayre to raise funds for the community and the church
(Carol Burroughs)


Ministries of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, our sister church
(Lee Daniels)

St. Paul’s Cathedral lunch program MANNA
(Brenda Hawes)

Support of the Ecclesia Ministries’ Common Cathedral
(Sue Tunnicliffe)

MANNA – collection of seasonal clothing for the homeless and needy
(Brenda Hawes)


Maranyundo School for Girls in RwandaBeijing Circle
(Deborah Scarff)

Honduras Orphanages
(Sue Tunnicliffe)

Episcopal Relief and Development

For information about the individual ministries, contact the person whose name is in parenthesis, or call the church office 978-369-3715 x 10.

Linda Hossfeld and Sue Tunnicliffe oversee Outreach as a whole.
Click here for the Outreach Committee flyer.