Groups and Activities

Trinity's Groups and Activities offer a variety of opportunities for both fellowship and outreach to the community:  singing or playing an instrument in the choir; making quilts for Lutheran World Relief; keeping the Little Food Pantry stocked; or donating and volunteering at the Hi Again resale shop benefiting the Pregnancy Center of the Coastal Bend - all are examples of those opportunities at Trinity. Some of the fellowship activities include the Men's Domino Group that gathers weekly for coffee, fellowship and a game or two of dominoes, the monthly Lunch Club outings to area restaurants, or the Ladies' Bunco Night every other month, whose members also participate in community volunteer outreach at Ronald McDonald House,The Purple Door and Driscoll Children's Hopsital.
Trinity also has ad hoc groups that form and meet as special needs or occasions arise or as the seasons change, and then they go dormant until the need or season returns. These include Vacation Bible School, Oktoberfest, and the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Ministry, among others. Trinity also serves as a LCMS Disaster Relief hub for this region. The opportunities to form or serve in an ad hoc group are numerous. Check out snapshots of a few of these groups and activities at the bottom of this page.

Music Ministry

The Music Ministry at Trinity is headed by Music Director Janet Miller. The Adult Choir practices on Wednesday nights at 7:00. The choir sings during the 9:00 a.m. worship services and on other special occasions. The Handbell Choir meets on Wednesdays at 6:00-6:45 p.m. for practice. They play for special occasions at both the 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. services. The 11:00 a.m. blended service provides many opportunities for people with musical talents to participate as celebration leaders. This service welcomes all who wish to share their musical gift and praise the Lord.


Emilie's TLC Quilting Group
This is one of Trinity's most active and productive groups. The ladies and gents who participate meet weekly on Tuesdays at 9:00 to work on quilts for Lutheran World Relief.  Anyone interested in being a part of this group need only drop in - no quilting experience is needed. Last year they completed 293 quilts, along with school kits, fleece blankets and fabric kits. They are on track this year to exceed that number!

Fellowship, Projects, Activities & Ad Hoc Committees

      Here are photos of a few of the other ways to be a part of life at Trinity.