Ministries and Outreach of Trinity Canton

Please note: Due to the ongoing pandemic, group activities and meetings are limited. Check with your individual group leaders to determine if meetings are taking place.

We apologize for any challenges brought forth by this pandemic.

Gamblers Anonymous

What is our Mission? 
GA is a twelve step program which carries the message of recovery to the compulsive gambler who still suffers. 

Who are we open to?
Anyone with a desire to stop gambling. 

When do we meet?
We meet every Tuesday from 7:30 til 9:00 pm in the Parish Library. 

What is our history?
GA has been in existance since 1957. This group is eight years old. 

What do we hope to accomplish? 
The primary purpose of every GA group is to carry the message to the new member.

Trailside A.A.

What is our mission? 
We are an Alcoholic Anonymous group. We are here to do something about our problem and to help other alcoholics to recover. The group puts on an open meeting that anyone can attend. We are a group who’s purpose is to learn to stop drinking thru a spiritual program. 

Who are we open to? 
Alcoholics– but anyone can attend. 

When do we meet? 
Every Sunday from 6:00 pm til 9:30 pm in the Parish Hall 

Our history:
AA is sixty years old and has helped millions. We have been at Trailside or Trinity for over 32 years!

What is it we hope to accomplish? 
To continue to reach out to new people and old members so that they can perform a proper function in society.

Weekday A.A.

What is our mission? 
We are an Alcoholic Anonymous group. We are here to do something about our problem and to help other alcoholics to recover. The group puts on an open meeting that anyone can attend. We are a group who’s purpose is to learn to stop drinking thru a spiritual program. 

Who are we open to? 
Alcoholics– but anyone can attend. 

When do we meet? 
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Noon pm til 1pm in the Library.

Our history:
AA is sixty years old and has helped millions. We have been at Trinity since December 2008
 
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What is it we hope to accomplish? 
To continue to reach out to new people and old members so that they can perform a proper function in society.

Wind

WIND is a regular forum for professionals in job transition.

WIND provides job seekers a chance to network with each other during times of career change and to sharpen job search skills.

Since its inception in 1990, WIND has served more than 11,000 professionals in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.

WIND/South Professional Networking  meets at church on the First and Third Thursdays from 8:30AM-noon.

The meeting may go longer if there is a special training or speaker.

There is a fee for the group’s service: $20 for first time registrations, $10 for returning members..

Canton Food Pantry

Our congregation partners with the Canton Food Pantry and the Canton Area Helpline to help our community members in need. Feel free to bring donation items to church – we’ll make sure they get to the food pantry.

WATER FOR LIFE: A WELL FOR CHAMHAWI

Our global collaborative mission project to help the people of Chamhawi Tanzania secure a source of clean water

We recognize that clean water is a human right and in light of that, Trinity Canton wishes to reach out to St Andrew’s Anglican church in Tanzania to partner with the village of Chamhawi to help devise and implement a multi year project to provide clean water for your village.  We, Trinity Episcopal Church in Canton, Massachusetts, are a small parish with few resources but we are fervent.  We feel that if we work together prayerfully and pool our talents and resources, we can succeed in bringing a well to Chamhawi.  It will take working with individual donors across the United States as well as corporate donors, to make the required funding a reality.  Primarily, our main goal is to provide the village with a well and pump system, capable of providing clean water to the villagers.  Depending upon the availability of funding, we also plan to raise enough funds to pipe the clean well water into the village, relieving the women and children of the village of the  responsibility of delivering water by hand daily, in buckets, to their residence.  Our desire is to make this project a working system of which both Chamhawi and Canton can be proud.

Well site identified and marked
The Well, Phase 1 completed!