At Trinity Bellefonte, we believe the church isn't a building, it's God's people. And being God's people, we are called to help those in our community and around the world. If you feel called to help, please check out some of our missions offerings below and contact us! We'd love to have you on our missions team!
Current Missions & Needs: To find out more contact us.
Mission Central Hub
Trinity Bellefonte is one of four Mission Central HUBs in the State College District.
The United Methodist Church's Mission Central supplies those in need all over the world through UMCOR with supplies, equipment, clothing and much more. Local HUBs are set up as collection drop-off and transportation sites.
The HUB is open from 1:30-3:30 each Monday.
There are several opportunities each year for our church family to help out those in need right here in our community, and Trinity Bellefonte responds when the need arises -- from helping those relocate and resupply after disasters, to raising money for those in need. We're here to help!
Trinity Bellefonte partners with area churches for an ecumenical Community Lunch Program to help feed those who are food insecure.
Crews cook, serve and clean up at our church on Spring and Howard Streets.
Have you always wanted to plant a garden but just didn't have the space? Trinity Bellefonte is making garden plots available to our community for the growing season! Grow veggies and flowers in one of our 8X4 raised gardens and harvest the bounty at the end of the year! You will have soil, compost and access to water -- you simply provide the plants Plots are going fast, so sign up by calling 814.355.9425, and happy planting!
Trinity Bellefonte cares about our environment, and a part of that is regular cleanups at our Adopt-A-Highway site -- a two-mile stretch of Route 64 near Zion.
Through the State DOT program, volunteer crews scrub the litter and debris on the busy highway's berms and ditches.
Each October, Trinity Bellefonte will take part in the Centre County Crop Walk, sending a team to collect money and walk to help those who are food insecure.
The walks raise money and awareness to alleviate hunger.
CROP is an acronym for Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty. Contact us if you'd like to participate!
As participants of Operation Christmas Child, our church collects toys and suppies every year, packs them into shoeboxes and sends them to areas all over to help make Christmas a little brighter for those children who may be without a Christmas present, and it introduces them to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
Free New Year's Meal
Why spend another New Years Day on the couch watching bad movies on TV and wishing there was something good to do?
Well, there is! Volunteer to help or come for a free traditional Pennsylvania New Year's Day dinner with ALL the fixin's at Trinity Bellefonte. Everyone is welcome!