Project Serve


“Go Be the Church, Y’all” …. At Trinity West Homewood, we believe that the Church is more than a building where we gather together.  We believe that the Church is a living, breathing being that actively seeks to be in loving and helpful relationships with all people, just as Jesus walked among humanity compassionately responding to needs and pursuing justice.

Project Serve is Trinity West Homewood’s way of practicing this God-sized generosity in our community, offering our resources and hearts for the benefit of others. Sometimes Project Serve will occur at a specific time and place – for example, Saturday mornings at the East Lake Market or Sunday mornings in the Fellowship Hall. Other times, we will invite you to incorporate a specific meaningful action of love into your week like collecting household items for the Community Furniture Bank or baking cookies for the Kairos Prison Ministry Retreat. Ultimately, we hope these small additions to your week will inspire you to connect with your neighbors in new and different ways, waking each morning with a renewed sense of hope for a world that looks more like heaven.

Here are upcoming opportunities to join us in Project Serve:

First Friday and Saturday of every month: volunteer as a “Shopkeeper” in Trinity West Homewood’s new Modern Family Closet. Help Jefferson County foster families pick out needed clothes and supplies, organize donations. Sign up here!

  • We wanted to let you all know of a slight change for this Sunday, August 28. Originally, we planned to devote time on Sunday morning to pack reach out kits for our homeless neighbors and to create gifts of appreciation for Hall-Kent staff; we have altered this plan because of the recent events in Louisiana. Our new goal will be to pack gifts for Hall-Kent staff on Sunday 9/25 and offer an opportunity to respond to the needs of our Louisiana brothers and sisters – more information to come. As with all natural disasters, the effort to clean up and rebuild lives will be a long term effort. Giving now is important, but so is not forgetting our neighbors in the coming months.

Contact Kristan Walker or Jack Hinnen for more info.