Here is the latest update from the Baptist Theological Institute in Bucharest, a ministry partner we are supporting in the Ukraine Disaster Relief efforts.
Here is an update from Sergiy, the father-in-law of one of one of our own Trinity members. Sergiy pastors a church in the Ukraine as well as teaches at the Theological Seminary in Odessa.
There is a humanitarian crisis at our southern border in Mexico as many Ukrainian refugees find themselves living outside while they await processing to take temporary asylum in the U.S. One of our Trinity families has provided a very tangible way we can help show the love of Christ to these refugees. Andrew Gorbatiy has been at the border seeking to help meet the basic needs of these refugees, and has identified items that would be most helpful to the families while they await entrance into the U.S.
If you can help with any of the items listed below, please deliver them to Andrew’s house. For address and contact info, contact Bryan Frazier (BFrazier@trinitycc.com).
Thermoses – Small and large
Cups of noodles
Notebook, paper, and pens
Large cell phone power banks
Here is the latest update from a ministry partner we are supporting in the Ukraine Disaster Relief efforts.
Here is the latest update from one of our missionaries and ministries we support, HeartCry Missionary Society, who are responding to the crisis.
Prayer Needed for Ukraine
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the damage and loss of life have been devastating. Please continue to pray for Ukraine, and especially for our dear brothers and sisters who are in harm’s way. Click here for some specific ways you can pray.
Give to the Needs in Ukraine
Our leadership is communicating with our missionaries and mission partners in the surrounding areas as we assess their needs in these difficult times. If you’d like to give toward the church’s disaster relief fund, please use the link below. All the money will go directly to churches in the area. Any funds donated above what is needed for Ukraine will be used for future disaster relief.