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Community Outreach


Peanut Butter Sunday - Occurs the first Sunday of every month and supports the Lumberton Church and Community Center.

Hygiene Kits for Family Violence Center Shelter - the Episcopal Church Women are preparing hygiene kits. A container is located in the parish hall and you may place in it all items donated for the kits. The following items are needed at this time:

  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Lotion
  • Deoderant
  • Disposable Razors
  • Toothbrushes

Repeat Performance Thrift Shop -Spring is already in the air and displayed on the racks in the shop. Spring Consignment time begins on Wednesday, March 7, 2018, so be ready to bring your consignment items down to Lynn and Jim. If you have never consigned before, you may call the shop at 739-5626 for information or drop by to pick up the printed information on consignment procedures. The Repeat performance Thrift Shop Board appreciates help from Trinity members/friends to keep this church ministry going.

March this year is a five Saturday month, so it will take 20, two hour volunteer slots to keep the shop open on Saturdays, besides those volunteers working during the week. If you can help out for a two hour slot, please contact Barbara Andrews at 739-5446. She is one of four ladies who schedule Saturdays. The other three are Dencie Lambdin, Elizabeth Odom and Clyde McKee. Volunteering there is a wonderful way to meet new people and to make a real difference in our community! Barbara would appreciate hearing from you

Episcopal Lutheran Ministry at UNCP - Would you like to be involved with UNCP’s Episcopal Lutheran Campus Ministry? We are looking for members of the parish who would be willing to provide meals for a small group of college students every other Wednesday Night in the Parish Hall. For more information please contact the office.

Robeson County United Way

Each year United Way of Robeson County partners with the NC Balance of State Continuum of Care to survey homeless individu-als in our Southeast Region. Lumberton Christian Care Center serves as one of the locations for the 2018 Point In Time (PIT) Count which will take place on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 from 7pm to 12 midnight.

United Way is looking for items to distribute to the homeless dur-ing the PIT Count. Trinity Church can be involved by bringing motel soap, shampoo, and other small toiletries. The Youth will bag these items into hygiene kits for the homeless. There is a box in the Parish Hall to collect these items. We can also collect gen-tly used or new hats, scarves, gloves, socks for distribution. For additional information, please contact Dencie Lambdin 738-7773.

ECW Trinity Wine Tasting

The Wine Tasting event held in September netted a total of $3,392.42. The following is a list of the contributions that will go out to our community:

Robeson Community College Scholarship $500
Diocese of East Carolina ECW $150
Thompson’s Children’s Home $150
Empty Stocking Fund $500
Robeson County Disaster Relief Fund $1,250
CIS of Robeson County BakPak Pals $500
Lumberton Christian Care Center $250
Rectors Christmas Fund $100
TOTAL $3,400

Big thanks go out to all who made this another successful year! Special thanks to the hospitality offered to our guests by Clyde McKee, Lynn Provosty, Donna Gage and Glenda Ryan. Decorations that received rave reviews were orchestrated by Farleigh Rozier and Candy Borbet, our international wines were selected by Jef Lambdin and Cat Gaines, and where would we be without tickets printed by Ann Chaney and Nikki Hansen? Libba Odom managed the money part of the event, Sue Dickason led our half and half raffle, and last, but not least, the great work of the clean-up crew with Kathy Hansen, Lisa Bedell and Dencie Lambdin closing it all down! Our entertainment was exceptional with the added talents of Mark Anderson and Mary Carol aiding our own, Gene Wayman, sitting in with John Hodges and Greg Malinsky.

The 8 Millennium Development Goals

  • Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
  • Achieve universal primary education
  • Promote gender equality and empower women
  • Reduce child mortality
  • Improve maternal health
  • Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
  • Ensure environmental sustainability
  • Develop a global partnership for development