Trinity Covenant Church participates with other Livingston houses of worship in “Livingston C.H.O.W.” - “CHOW” stands for “Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse.” C.H.O.W. links people of faith who wish to share with neighbors in need, with those in our community with an emergency. We collect food to stock a local food pantry, and donations which are wisely shepherded by the Clergy Association to help neighbors. For more information, contact our pastor.
Through Trinity Covenant Church
Join us at our church for worship and opportunities to serve the community through volunteering and missions giving for our local community and beyond!
Through the Evangelical Covenant Church
The Evangelical Covenant Church does great works through donations and volunteers. Get involved or give a gift -- there are so many programs in need of both. Please follow this link to read the extensive list of ways the ECC is helping throughout the world.
Covenant World Relief
Covenant World Relief is the humanitarian aid ministry of the Evangelical Covenant Church. We participate in God’s transforming mission in the world through disaster relief and community development among the most vulnerable. We work with Covenanters and other partners around the world to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable who suffer from extreme poverty, hunger, disease, and injustice. Our mission is to love, serve, and work together with the poor, the powerless, and the marginalized.
Paul Carlson Partnership
The Paul Carlson Partnership is an international relief and development organization working to catalyze sustainable communities in places of deep poverty in central Africa. It was first incorporated in 1966 in memory of Dr. Paul E. Carlson, an Evangelical Covenant Church missionary in the Congo who was killed during the Simba rebellion of 1964.
Advocacy for Victims ofAbuse
There is an epidemic affecting one out of every four women. They suffer behind closed doors, most often concealing their pain, fearful of those on both sides of the door. These are the victims of abuse. They are neighbors, co-workers, friends, and loved ones. Victims of abuse come from all walks of life, and this epidemic knows no boundaries. While the secular world can offer protection and advice, it cannot provide the one thing most needed: Jesus’s healing touch that brings renewal and hope.
Break the Chains Project
Deeply ingrained in the collective psyche of Western culture is the notion that slavery ended in the nineteenth century. In our own day, however, a thriving underground market in human beings has emerged once again. More people are in slavery today than at any other time in human history, including all those seized from Africa during the four centuries of the trans-Atlantic slave-trade.
The Covenant Trust Company
If you are interested in stewardship.