Growing in Love of God and Neighbor

Thank you for your support

Thank you for supporting the outreach commission in 2022.

There are many ways to continue to give joy this Christmas. Please support the local food pantries serving our community. The food pantries at St. Matthews and Bethel AME churches really need your donations of non-perishable food items and / or gift cards. Our Trinity Pantry for nonfood necessities helps make everyday living more comfortable for those in need by providing them with items not covered by food stamps like toilet paper and tissues, detergent, and personal care items.

Thank you for your donations throughout a challenging 2022 and helping with the Fall rummage sale. Thanks to you, over $8,000.00 went out into our community to provide assistance with food and shelter to those who really need our help. Here’s to a Happy, Healthy and Safe 2023 for all!


Organizations we support

Donations can be made through this website or by sending a check to Trinity Episcopal Church. Please note for Outreach/and if you would like to specify. Thank you to all of you who have donated and continue to support The Trinity Outreach Commission.

Donate Here


Trinity Household Needs Pantry

Our current Pantry hours are Thursday, 9:30 – 11 a.m. Pantry drop offs or pickups may be arranged at other times pending staff availability. Please call 856-235-0811 to schedule any delivery or pick up from the office.

In order to best serve our community, Trinity is focusing the resources of our pantry on non-perishable household necessities that are not covered under EBT or SNAP. We hope this shift will help ease some of the financial strain of the families we serve. We are asking for the following items:

  • Baby wipes
  • Women’s Deodorant
  • Tissues
  • Household cleaning supplies (dish soap, all-purpose cleaner)
  • Laundry Detergent (Tide, Cheer, Gain) 
  • Shampoo/Conditioner/Body Wash

***Please do not donate any opened or used products***

We understand that many of these items can be purchased in bulk. Please ensure that products purchased in bulk can be safely separated. For example: bulk toilet paper or paper towels can be separated by roll whereas bulk laundry detergent cannot be easily made available to more than one guest. We are excited to help fill a growing need in our community and appreciate your support!
Please Note: We are only collecting the items listed above. If you would like to donate food please consider the following places in Moorestown: Live Civilly, The First Baptist Church, St. Matthews, and Bethel AME. 

Donations can be made here or checks can be sent to Trinity. Please mark checks “Scholarship Fund”.