A new outreach program involving Trinity is the “Feed the Kids” supper at the Boys and Girls Club each Friday. This is a summer trial project involving a consortium of faith based and civic organizations in Henderson County.

Trinity is part of this project, and under the direction of Connie Moore served 248 kids in June. The volunteers prepare the meal using a church’s kitchen and then transport, set-up, serve, and clean-up the Friday night supper at the Club. Trinity’s kitchen is the site of the meal preparation once every four weeks. Members of other houses of worship as well as community groups are involved in this project. Currently nine other churches are working on this outreach program. If you can help, please call Connie at 697-0754. Financial support is from many sources.

At the end of August the summer project will be assessed to determine if this project can continue through the year. The goal is to be certain that the kids have a supper on Friday to help them get through the weekend until breakfast at school on Monday. This is an ecumenical project and a good way to interact with folks from other congregations. Prayers are needed as we reach out to others.

DID YOU KNOW... anytime you eat at Sol Y Luna you can help Feed the Kids? Feed the Kids is a program Trinity actively supports that prepares and serves a nutritious meal each Friday for the youth at Boys and Girls Club. Any day you eat at either Sol Y Luna location (Main Street or Laurel Park), all you have to do is mention you are there to support Feed the Kids and write FTK on your check. That’s all you have to do and 10% of the cost of your meal will benefit Feed the Kids!