Who We Support
Is it the case that the Church has a mission or is it more correct to state that the Church is defined by mission? Famously Emil Brunner stated: ‘The church exists by mission, just as fire exists by burning.’
 
We at Trinity are becoming more and more defined and fueled by our mission. Mission is extending the love of Christ in word and deed to our fallen and needy world. Besides actively inviting others to know Christ, we are also active in our community extending His love in various on-going ministries and projects.
 
LOCAL MISSIONS
  • Waupun Food Pantry – supporting the feeding of the hungry through our local food pantry
  • CROP Walk – raising funds in the Fall for both local and global food needs
  • Community Table – fixing and serving fresh meals down at the Community Table site four times per year
  • The Union – supporting a local youth center run by Youth for Christ which ministers the love of Jesus to local youth
  • The Christian Home –supporting the chaplain’s program of our local faith-based, elderly adult care facility
  • Deacon’s Fund – helping people with various needs through funds from our church (in conjunction with St Vincent De Paul)
 
 
Trinity Church believes it is important to carry out the command of Christ to make disciples of all nations. We support several mission partners who work in various places around the world on behalf of Jesus Christ.
 
WORLD MISSIONS
 
Bill and Dorie Mayes work with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Bill is a computer specialist using his gifts in that area to maximize the work of the ministry overall.
 
Phil and Sharon Westhuis work for CLC Bookcenter which specializes in the distribution of Christian Literature to various need areas around the world. They are based in Northfield, N.J.
 
In addition to the above stateside mission partners, Trinity also supports several mission partners based in others countries or on staff with organizations based in other countries. While we are not able to list these online, please remember them in prayer.
 
Along with our support for specific missionaries, we annually send funds to Reformed Church World Service, now known as Care Network, to help with disaster relief.