Service opportunities are divided into Global and Local with subcategories for varying levels of commitment (hours per week, one time, etc) and group sizes (individual, family, small group, etc).


Anglican Relief and Development Fund

Opportunities involve education, agricultural empowerment, and poverty relief. You can join the team through online prayer guides, donations, and community group resources. Click here to find out how you can help!

International Students (NC State)

Students from all over the globe are right here in our neighborhood. Here are some ways you can love and serve international students on our local campuses:

  • DINNER: Provide an international student with the change to enjoy a meal in an American home and experience American culture. This is a one time commitment and meals occur all year long, so it is never too late to apply. An application is required for this program.  Applications can be found at
  • ENGLISH CONVERSATION CLUB: Love to talk? So do Internationals! Help give them the chance to practice their English with native English speakers. There is no application or registration required.  We only ask that participants come ready to talk and have fun!  Groups meet on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 at the College of Textiles Port City Java on Centennial Campus, Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 at the College of Textiles Port City Java on Centennial Campus, and Fridays from 3:30 to 4:30 in Daniels Hall, Room 216 on North Campus. Contact the Office of International Services for more information at or 919-515-2961.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Most internationals don't have personal transportation. You can help provide a ride for international students from the airport or to speaking engagements at local schools.  Contact the Office of International Services for more information at or 919-515-2961.
  • HELP MOVE: Without their own vehicles, finding and moving furniture in a new country can be a challenge. Help move furniture for international students from the point of sale to their apartment on or near NC State’s campus.  Contact the Office of International Services for more information at or 919-515-2961.


1-3 hours per month or one time

Oak City Academy

  • OCA is a long-time ministry partner of Holy Trinity, providing world-class education in the classical Christian Montessori tradition. The school aims to enable each child to reach their intellectual, spiritual, social, emotional, and physical potential in Christ, cultivating a community marked by justice, access, and diversity.  Opportunities to partner with OCA are many and varied!
  • Build relationships: Go into the classroom, read to the children, tell them about where you have been or what you do. Get to know the children and build a relationship that will change their lives and yours.
  • Invest in the classroom: Impact the children’s educational experience in the classroom. Purchase some books for the children, research for the history lessons, or help develop the curriculum.
  • Invest financially: Give towards a specific project or give a partial scholarship for an exceptional child.
  • Donate your time and expertise: Use your business skill to help create a sustainable school for years to come.
  • Click here for more information, and contact Kari Breed for more information at

Ride The R-Line

  • The R-line is a free downtown bus service that makes a loop around the city center. You can catch the bus at the corner of Peace and Wilmington Streets. Park at Trinity House and then ride the bus, praying for downtown as the bus loops around downtown.

Walk the Neighborhood

  • Our new facility is located just blocks from some of the most beautiful and historic neighborhoods in the city - Mordecai and Oakwood as well as Peace University. Set aside an hour one day and walk the neighborhood. Park at Trinity House or Mordecai Historic Park. Enjoy meeting folks on your walk and silently pray for homes and residents. 

Raleigh Rescue Mission

  • Tuesday Dinner service and clean up. Every Tuesday 4:45pm-6:30pm. Help serve dinner and enjoy getting to know some of the homeless in our city.   Contact Mark Moye at
  • Provide home-baked goods to be served at mealtime. Contact Mark Moye at

Neighbor to Neighbor

  • Tapestry Lunch Team:  Provide and enjoy lunch with church attendees at N2N facility one Sunday afternoon. Contact Anne at:
  • Pray for the students and mentors who participate in the N2N academic mentoring program and homework lab.
  •  On-site work day. Help with various needs at our downtown facility. Schedule with Anne at:

Clubs in the City

  • Email prayer team: Join the email prayer team to pray weekly from home.  Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Monthly prayer: Gather with the monthly prayer team for corporate intercession and fellowship.  Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Run errands: Help with errands, mailings, projects, events and hospitality.  Flex time…make your own schedule! Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:

Carousel Place

  • Help lead a Bible Study: Second Thursday of the month, September through May, 12:30PM to 2:30PM, at Carousel Place.   Help set up, clean up, and participate in resident led Bible Study. Contact Lynn Edwards at:
  • Buy groceries: Choose your own hours!  Shop for groceries for a resident (and pay for them) and deliver them to a Carousel Place resident with a brief visit to build relationship.  Contact Lynn Edwards at:

With Love From Jesus

  • Every Monday or Thursday, drop in and restock, handle clothes, etc., at “With Love From Jesus”.  Contact Linda at:

3-5 hours per month

Clubs in the City 

  • Prepare and/or serve meals once a month.  Stay for free time to enjoy connecting with youth.  Saturdays 11:30AM to 2:30PM.  Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Saturday morning clubs: Come one Saturday from 11-2:30PM and help teach a skill or talent (or your Passion!) to youth!  The Saturday clubs program features leaders and assistants teaching their hobbies or passions to middle school youth, and developing a supporting and mentoring relationship with them.  Develop your own club, like: Graphic Design, Business, Photography, Sound Tech, Digital Recording, Drama, Music, Auto mechanics, Art, Writing Videography, etc.  Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Various needs: Use your skill or talent for projects related to: IT support, Graphic Design, Writing, Business Planning, Event Planning, Social Media, Marketing, Communications, etc.  Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:

With Love from Jesus

  • Assist with prayers, bag items, direct traffic, etc.  Singles or groups, contact local coordinator Ellen Wardlaw at:

Neighbor to Neighbor

  • Mentor: Mentor a student in Language Arts (reading), Math, or English Language Development.  Hours are Monday through Thursday: either 4:30PM to 5:30PM or 5:45PM to 6:45PM.  Commitment is for the traditional school year. Contact Richelle at Neighbor to Neighbor at
  • Prayer Team: Single or groups, get on the prayer email list at Neighbor to Neighbor. Contact Anne at:

5+ hours per month

Apartment Life

  • CARES team members: Serve as part of a ministry team in a local apartment complex. Build relationships with residents and demonstrate the love of Jesus. Teams of two needed. Training provided and rent subsidized. Learn more at
  • CARES team support: CARES Teams need volunteers to help serve food, socialize with neighbors, put together welcome gifts, etc.  to help them serve their community. Learn more at
  • CARES team prayer: Pray for more apartment owners and management groups to see the business value of the CARES program and partner with us (including the community being built behind our new church facility on Peace Street) so that we can see more teams impact apartment residents with the love and Gospel of Christ. Learn more at

Group or family opportunities

Clubs in the City

  • Saturday Clubs Meals Crew, 12:00-3:00pm. Serve on a monthly basis to prepare & serve meals for Saturday Clubs program. Stay for free time to hang out with youth. (3 hours a month). Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Family Life Mentoring.  Many youth at-risk are in need of vision for brighter futures & healthy families. Visit some of the Saturday Clubs to help with meals & hang out during free time (12:00-3:00) to get to know youth. As connections are formed, invite youth to your family nights & outings.Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Events & Hospitality Crew.  Help serve at special events. 6 hours one-time. Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Provide a Group Outing or Holiday Party for at-risk. 5 hours one-time, plus planning & sponsorship. Your family or church group can be a great blessing to the youth by planning & providing a special outing or holiday party. Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Single Moms Blessing Crew.  Plan & conduct pamper parties & moms days out to bless & serve overtaxed single moms of youth that we serve. Be available for special needs such as transportation or childcare. (Flexible, ongoing time) Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:
  • Create & Conduct Fundraiser. Bond and Fellowship with some friends, Community Group or family as you give with high impact by creating resources for God’s work among youth at-risk! One-time group or family project. Contact Sheri at Clubs in the City:                                       

Neighbor to Neighbor

  •  On-site work day. Help with various needs at our downtown facility. Schedule with Anne at:
  • Spring 2015: Support youth basketball.  Need snacks and drinks for 100 people for 10 Friday nights.  The games are at 7:15, 8:00 and 8:45PM.  After each game the two participating teams get snacks.  During MAD House season have mid season clinic for 100 people and they need food for them and servers as well.  Contact Anne at:

Raleigh City Farm

  • Farming: Take a group or your family and volunteer a few hours in this urban, community-supported farm on Blount Street. Located just around the corner, this is a fun and easy way to get to know our new neighborhood and meet other folks! To volunteer, visit their website here.