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Missions at Trinity Church are a way we love God and love other people.  We use our gifts, talents, and resources to physically and financially be and share the true life of Jesus Christ with others.  Because we love Jesus we obey his command to make disciples, baptize, and teach others in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.


Missions are strategically accomplished through times of prayer, mutual partnerships, special events and projects on local, national, and international levels.  Missions is a way we work with God in growing his kingdom.  Missions is a way we share Jesus, give back, help others, work for a greater good, improve lives and communities, and work in corporation with those who do the same.


For more information on how you can be a part of missions at Trinity Church, please contact Matthew Wyatt, our missions pastor.



Local Volunteer Opportunity!

There are amazing opportunities to serve the senior adults of our valley!  Please visit the 4Eagle Senior Care page to find out how you can be involved in the lives of our seniors.

Our Regional Missions Highlight


Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO) and CCO XD, Dustin & Joanna Sutherland, Indiana

La Roca Ministries - Tijuana, Mexico

North American Mission Board



Aloha House - Palawan, Philippines

At The Crossroads - Israel & Middle East

Beyond Gold - Jörg & Jacqueline Walcher-Schneider, Europe

International Mission Board - Global

Operation Christmas Child - Global

TEAM Missionaries, Chris & Joyce Goppert - Zimbabwe

The Timothy Initiative - India, Nepal, Nigeria

Praise God for More Than 10.6 Million Shoeboxes in 2018!   We saw God do amazing things in 2018 through Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan's Purse.  So, check out this year's SPECIAL REPORT to find stunning photos, powerful testimonies, and compelling videos, just one click away! Discover what your prayers and support helped make possible. We can't thank you enough!

Color, Luck, and World Religions

For several days in a row, I noticed my neighbor wearing all white clothing. She seemed to be at home more than usual. When she did leave, she pulled open her gate and slid into her station wagon, wearing a white, loose-fitting linen shirt and pants.

When I struck up the nerve to ask her about her change in wardrobe, she told me she was spending every day that month making merit at the local Buddhist temple and was becoming a temporary nun. According to Thai Buddhists, white is a holy and religious color.... [Keep Reading]

    Service Times

    The Chapel at Beaver Creek
    9:30 am

    Edwards Campus
    11:00 am

    Trinity Church

    90 Lariat Loop
    Edwards, CO 81632

    phone: 970-926-1759

    Office Hours
    Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm

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