Heart of Jesus

Heart of Jesus is our ministry to families with children who are experiencing physical, intellectual, or emotional challenges. Our desire is to make it possible for all families to worship and participate at Trinity as part of the Body of Christ by integrating children with needs into our Sunday School classes often with the addition of a one-on-one background-checked “buddy.”

  • If you are a parent and feel your child could use extra support or assistance while at Trinity, please reach out and we will come up with a plan to help! 
  • If you are a member of Trinity and want to serve in this ministry, we can always use more help on Sunday mornings, and at our respite events; please contact us and express your interest in serving.

For more information about Heart of Jesus, please contact Kevin and Sarah.

“And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these My brothers, you did it to Me.’” Matthew 25:40

VBS 2024
Escape from Danger Isle
June 24-28

VBS is Coming!

This Summer, June 24-28, we will have a whale of a good time learning about God’s hand in the story of Jonah. Join us on this adventure as we Escape From Danger Isle! 

For children who want to participate, but need extra supervision or assistance, Heart of Jesus is pleased to provide caring, one-on-one buddies… and for those entering 7th grade and up, Heart of Jesus will also be providing assistance and/or buddies to allow individuals to serve in a variety of volunteer roles. When registering a child or student for VBS, please send an email to Kevin & Sarah indicating the name of the individual who needs extra assistance. 

Buddies Needed! If you would like to serve as a VBS buddy for a child or a fellow servant, please complete the online registration and select the option for Heart of Jesus on your application. 

>>Info & Registration<<

Heart of Jesus
Respite Events

Respite events are held at various times in the year to provide a break for parents navigating challenging life situations (disability, foster/adoption situations, single-parenting, etc.). During these events, caring volunteers provide meaningful interaction and a Christ-centered program while parents get a few hours to themselves.