Trinity has a strong history as a community whose members care for each other. Within the past few years, we have moved toward a more nuanced understanding of what that care might involve in many different settings. For example, we have sought to learn about the situations of single elderly persons in the church. We have established a care and concern committee and a transportation ministry based on what we learned. A nondenominational grief support group for parents who have lost children meets weekly at the church. We are currently working to establish a core group of lay Eucharistic ministers to serve homebound persons and persons who are unable to attend services for other reasons. Our hope is that no one associated with Trinity will lack for a hand to hold or a sympathetic ear to listen – and that basic needs for food, healthcare, love, and shelter will be met.