Missions

At Trinity, we know we’re about something bigger.

We believe deeply in joining in the good work God is doing in Greenville and beyond. As the church, Christ calls us to be all about the good news of the gospel! We eagerly join God in His redemptive purposes in the world. Missions at Trinity Greenville h is defined as any ministry carried on outside the local congregation for the purpose of fulfilling the Great Commission. This includes (but is not limited to) activities such as evangelism, discipleship, church planting, theological training, Bible translation and physical concerns. Meet some of our Missions Partners below! 

Grant and Alexis Yowe

God has called Grant and Alexis to plant Renewal Church in Greensboro, NC. The Yowes are passionate about planting a multi-cultural church in the heart of Greensboro. They hope to launch in 2023!

Phil and Bekah Watkins

Serving with InterVarsity together, Bekah and Phil have served at ECU and are transitioning to serve students in Greensboro as they help plant Renwal Greensboro!

Building hope

Located just blocks from our church, Building Hope is serving young men and women (and their families) in our neighborhood through after school programs, Bible studies, and summer camps.

Young Lives – Pitt County

A branch of Young Life Ministries, Young Lives serves teen moms as they meet for Bible study, discipleship, mentorship, and fun.

Eleventh element

Through Crossfit, Brandon and Maddy Harwell share the importance of spiritual wellness alongside physical wellness through their ministry, Eleventh Element. They meet for free crossfit courses on Sundays in uptown Greenville!

The refuge

Located in Ayden, NC, The Refuge is an amazing Christ-centered camp in Eastern NC sharing the gospel on it’s beautiful 165 acre campus to children and adults year-round. 


“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Matthew 28:18-20