Making a Difference


Keep the Church’s Mission Going through Online Giving

Together we can meet any challenge through dedication, generosity, and prayer. During this complex time, it may be easier to support Holy Trinity Church and its missions, through online giving. Vanco online pledging and donation system is secure, quick, easy, and convenient. If you have difficulty with the Vanco system, we are happy to provide technical assistance. For guidance please contact Father John or call 800-675-7430 or visit Thank you for your generous support.


Stewardship 2023

October 4,  is the kick-off of the 2023 stewardship campaign. There will be three Sundays with speakers from the congregation telling us why they came to Holy Trinity Church and why they support the mission of the church.  Pledges are sacred and represent the hard work of our donors. They ensure that Holy Trinity Church remains a vital part of our family and community.  With these funds, the church is able to meet its daily operations including, utilities, basic maintenance, payroll obligations, fellowship programs, and more. These pledges help the church meet its annual budget goals. Together, let’s help our church flourish.

Fundraising – Ongoing

Trinity Trader Thrift Shop:

The Trinity Trader is open for business with the new fall and winter line of clothing. Thrift shop hours are Thursdays and Saturdays, 9am – 2pm. Come see our wide array of gently used merchandise. And check us out on Facebook!  Celebrating our 34th anniversary this year!

Amazon Smile Foundation Donations:

Holy Trinity Church has registered with AmazonSmile. At no cost to you, your purchases can generate contributions to Holy Trinity Church. In order to browse or shop the AmazonSmile website, customers must first select a charitable

Non-Perishable Food Donations

We are taking donations of non-perishable foods in the basket in the Narthex. All items go to the Food Pantry at the Old Stone Baptist Church in Tiverton.

Grocery Receipts – Lees and Clements Markets:

Save your grocery receipts from both Lees and Clements Markets and drop them in the baskets in the church entry or in the lower level hallway. The markets donate one percent of the grocery receipt totals. It’s something that everyone can do.


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