Health Ministry

Health Ministries at Trinity seek to share God’s gifts of love and grace to promote spiritual, physical and emotional well-being.

For more detailed information on any of our Health Ministry programs, contact our Faith Community Nurse, Kristin Bradley.

  • Visitation Ministry is available for the hospitalized, sick, homebound or anyone in need. Please let one of our pastors, Kristin, or the church office know if you or a loved one would like a caring visit.

  • Trinity In Touch provides homebound communion and communications with any member unable to join our congregation in worship. If you are interested in receiving or providing connections in these ways, contact Kristin Bradley.

  • Providing distinctively Christian, one‑to‑one care, and support to those who are experiencing challenging circumstances. These times include but are not limited to death of a family member or close friend, personal or family illness, mental health stressors. financial hardship, or other major life events.

  • Flu Shots are offered one Sunday morning in the fall. This clinic is facilitated by Spectrum Health Visiting Nurses.

  • CPR classes are held in spring and fall and are facilitated by James Morin, our Red Cross Certified Instructor. This training is provided for ushers, nursery workers and staff members at no cost and at the discounted rate of $40 a person for others who are interested.

  • We partner with Versiti Blood to host quarterly blood drives at Trinity. Contact Kristin Bradley for dates, to schedule an appointment, or to learn more about ways you can help keep our local blood supply strong.

  • Trinity’s Care & Share group meets to support people who are primary caregivers of an adult child, spouse, parent or other loved one. Contact Faith Community Nurse Kristin Bradley for the current schedule.

  • Blood Pressure measurement is currently being offered by our Faith Community Nurse when requested.

  • The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI – Kent County) hosts “Family to Family” sessions at Trinity. “Family to Family” is a free, eight session educational program for family, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions.

  • Various fitness classes are offered at Trinity. Check the Messenger for current schedules or reach out to Faith Community Nurse Kristin Bradley

  • “Surviving the Holidays” is a seminar on a Saturday morning in November to share support and strategies for making it through the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas after losing a loved one. Contact Pastor Kari Fast for more information.

  • GriefShare is a biblical, Christ-centered support group designed to minister to people grieving the death of a loved one. Trinity typically runs this 13 week session beginning in Lent. Contact Pastor Kari.