The Helping Hands Ministry consists of 4 teams of volunteers who are committed to serving others; it is intended to help seniors, widows, single moms and disabled individuals who cannot, for whatever reason, take care of simple yet sometimes overwhelming daily needs.
Visitation with individuals who are hospitalized or are shut-in due to illness or physical limitations
Help with common everyday chores, such as cleaning, raking, trips to the grocery store, or rides to medical appointments
Medical & financial counseling to provide assistance for those who may or may not have funds, and need help with how and where to obtain appropriate resources
Providing skilled labor to help with minor home repairs, simple plumbing, light electrical, and other home needs
TRINITY FOOD PANTRY
Serving Western Wayne County & Ypsilanti Residents
When we seek understanding by listening to people of color, we’re able not only to mourn with those who mourn, but to seek justice for the suffering and oppressed. As you take a posture of listening and learning, check out these resources sharing perspectives on racial justice and reconciliation of the black community.