- Jeff Hodde helping at the weekday Community Lunch program at the Methodist Church; 2) the congregation’s gathering of baby items for Family Promise (Ontario Co) for new mother; 3) Half a dozen members of Trinity joined the NAACP Black Lives Matter Rally; 4) the congregation collected items to fill GO-Bags for Catholic Charities’ emergency housing in motel rooms.
Where we lend our time and money in Geneva
Center of Concern
Geneva MLK Scholarship Program
One of our “Core Values” is to collaborate and support local programs engaged in serving the underserved and advocating for greater justice. We recognize our limits and move from a strong consensus to support community organizations and programs we believe are serving the community well. We do this with money we budget as well as raise when needed, and we do it with volunteering where we can to further the work of these programs.
In addition to funding and service, we also study together. We have read and discussed together texts on racism (1619 Project and “How to be an Anti-Racist” by Ibram X. Kendi), as well as books on transgender issues and Aging. Our Wednesday Noon Zoom book club is an opportunity for this as well as after worship discussion groups. We are never done learning…