Mission & Outreach

Trinitarian Congregational Church is deeply engaged in social action, mission and outreach. Both collectively and as individuals, our congregation displays a passion for community outreach that infuses the church with a spirit of caring and commitment.


Annually, approximately 20% of the church’s operating budget goes directly to mission projects. The exceptional generosity of the congregation benefits over 50 different organizations, from local agencies and various Boston social service groups, to national and world community NGOs, including UCC and Church World Service efforts.

In addition, hands-on projects for helping others are an integral exercise of our faith. Each month, we prepare and serve a meal for over 100 men at the United Homes Shelter in Dorchester. Our members are organizers and participants in the annual CropWalk, raising money for local food banks and community suppers. We have a strong connection to the Concord Prison Ministry, the Alternatives to Violence effort and the Domestic Violence Abuse Prevention program.


Monthly Spotlight

Mission Committee votes to use mission funds to help rebuild new roof at Southdown Primary School in Zimbabwe

Rev. Fungayi Mutsumbei (UCCZ) arrives at the Andover Newton School of Theology in the fall of 2012 from Chipinge, Zimbabwe


Southdown Primary School with no roof – a mission of the United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe that serves 960 children. 

 AFTER !!!!

The new roof/walls of the Southdown Primary School in Zimbabwe!

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Open Table’s New Convection Oven

Mission Committee members Beth Knauss, Dale Ryder and Heidi Harring recently visited the new Open Table facility in Maynard to see the new Convection Oven that was bought with funds from TriCon.

BROCHURE – Click on the images below to learn more about your generous mission dollars at work.


“I have had the pleasure of being personally involved with global mission in support of our own volunteers in mission in South Africa and Myanmar, 
as well as serving as a teacher in Cambodia of high school and college students on two separate occasions”, Rev. Dr. John Lombard