The Middle East campus began in 2019 as a partnership with a family that had been serving in the Middle East for a number of years. Because this campus encounters challenges and intolerance, the location and specific details are not shared in large-format communication with Trinity’s members or attendees.
"We want you to feel welcome! We believe there is a purpose for everyone and we would like to help you find that purpose."
- The Middle East Campus Pastor
Please use the contact form if you are interested in contacting, helping, or being a part of our congregation in the Middle East. Someone will respond as soon as possible.
WHAT'S THE VIBE?
We are a group of people comprised of both locals and refugees from multiple countries. There are half a dozen languages spoken in our congregation, including Chinese! We love getting together to laugh and share homemade Middle Eastern food.
A TYPICAL FRIDAY
We gather on Friday mornings and hold services in the same way Trinity Church is done in the states. We have worship, doxology, scripture reading, liturgy, and a message. We have a large student group which meets in our space that same evening.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Please contact us if you'd like to lift the veil and learn a little more about our campus in the Middle East. Trinity would love to help you make friendships across oceans. Perhaps you'd like to visit someday! Above all, cover us in your prayers.
"I am grateful to Trinity Church because, here, I learned how to be strong and patient in hard circumstances. I have the opportunity to serve God and see God's hand in my life. We’re always together as a family."
CAMPUS REACH FOCUS
Our main outreach is love and support for refugee camps. The camps are full of families and individuals of all ages. Families are crammed into small living spaces with no current hope of seeing their families back home ever again. Looked down upon by the societies they've found themselves in, Trinity Church exists to show them love and acceptance. We have formed new families: we are all brothers and sisters in Christ. We break bread together every week.