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Since April 4 of 2017, Trinity UMC has been acting as a satellite campus for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) and serving home cooked meals prepared by the Muslim Center of Princeton. Shaesta Chaudhry, a volunteer with the group, running programs in Trenton, Hightstown, and Freehold in addition to Bordentown, helped launch the satellite soup kitchen at Trinity along with the church’s hospitality team.
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Interested in finding ways to volunteer?
We are excited to welcome community members to join us in our mission.
If you are interested in updates, please sign up to be put on our email list, or check out the church’s website or Facebook to stay in the loop!

What should I wear?
We suggest comfortable shoes, long pants and a modest shirt.

Can I bring a friend? Or Group?

Of course, but calling ahead of time will give us an idea of how many volunteers we have coming.

Can I receive community service hours?
Yes! High School students looking for service hours are welcome!


Ways you can serve

-Bring Bread to Bordentown Middle School
each Monday

-Each Tuesday
10am-12pm: wrap desserts
12pm-4pm: bag takeouts, wrap bagels, etc.
4pm-6:30pm: dishes/kitchen
5pm-5:30pm meals to seniors
5pm-7pm: serving and cleanup



Donation Opportunities:
Napkins
Utensils
Non perishable food
Peanut Butter/Jelly
Bread