Caring During COVID

  Caring During COVID  

Trinity Care & Justice Christmas project 

This Christmas we will be supporting Ecumenical Hunger Program in East Palo Alto. EHP provides compassionate, dignified support to our neighbors who are experiencing severe hardship.  These families were already struggling and have now been very seriously impacted by COVID-19, threatening not only their livelihoods but also their health.  These families are food insecure and struggling to survive.

EHP is currently serving 1,000 households per week, four times as many families as their previous average.  Trinity’s generosity can truly make a difference, providing a safety net for our neighbors in need this Christmas. We will be providing gift cards that will allow these families to shop for their basic household needs as well as gifts for their children.

There are three ways to participate in our Christmas gift card drive:

1) make donations through Trinity’s online giving links
2) mail a check to Trinity (memo line: EHP Project)
3) purchase Walmart, Target or Visa gift cards and mail them to Trinity.  

We will be collecting donations through December 15th.  Questions:  Timi Most, 650 465-4738 or


Season of Gleaning

Tuesdays @ Trinity

In this time of pandemic and economic crisis, the people of Trinity and the wider community are invited to take action in support of our hungry neighbors.

Everyone – adult and youth, singles and families, gardeners, and apartment dwellers – is invited to glean every corner of your orchard, garden, pantry, and pocketbook. Deliver your gleanings to the church parking lot on Tuesdays from 8:00 am to noon and the team will distribute to our local food partners. 
What can I bring?

  • Fruit from your trees, or those of your neighbors
  • Bounty from your or your neighbors’ garden
  • Unexpired, non-perishable food items (wish list items only please)

What can I do?

So, let’s come together to help our whole community feed the hungry.  Know that on your behalf the Care & Justice Commission has already donated $5,000 to the
Ecumenical Hunger Program and $1,500 to World Central Kitchen, which feeds those in crisis around the country, at our borders and around the world. 

Questions?  email


Prayers for Essential Workers

Care & Justice invites each Trinity household to create a sign offering a thanksgiving prayer and a prayer for the safety of all essential workers.  This includes not just the visible heroes, such as first responders and medical staff, but all of the people behind the scenes working to keep us alive and safe: hospital cleaners, delivery people, trash collectors, etc.  Feel free to use this pdf with our Trinity logo, using your own words and materials from home to produce a sign visible from the street.  Take a photo when it's up and send it to so that we can compile them all as one community offering prayers for those in harm's way. 

Supporting Relief Organizations 

The Care and Justice Commission will be providing financial aid to help the victims of the health and economic crisis, both locally and globally.  We invite the people of Trinity to join us in supporting these organizations.

World Central Kitchen
World Central Kitchen are the "Food First Responders" when natural disasters strike around the globe. Their response to the Covid Crisis includes providing meals to needy families, putting restaurants back to work, and feeding frontline healthcare workers in hot spots around the US. They are seeking both financial and volunteer assistance.

Shelter-in-Place has forced Trinity's partner Home and Hope to move its guest families from transitional housing on church campuses to local motels. They are seeking donations to support unbudgeted expenses of $1000 per week per family.

Care & Justice recently renewed Trinity's annual commitment to GAIA, which is uniquely poised to address COVID-19 with its mobile clinics and nursing program in Malawi.