Local TTC’s are one day events aimed at touching people twice by meeting some practical needs of the under-resourced while sharing the good news of Christ with them along the way.
During the 2008 and 2018 flooding, Trinity Baptist Church was the base for the Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief units. Many of our people were trained in disaster relief and served alongside Red Cross, offering hope in the name of Christ to many in crisis.


Trinity has partnered with the North American Missions Board ( NAMB ) in sharing our faith with people through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. This offering is transformed into missionary salaries and ministry supplies, helping missionaries penetrate the lostness in the United States, Canada, and their territories. Giving to the AAEO allows missionaries to obediently follow God’s call and share the Gospel with all people.
Hands of Hope is an exciting mission opportunity with servanthood evangelism projects in a local community setting with the purpose of strengthening and planting churches. Students and adults partnered and worked in the communities of Red Village Church, Madison, WI in 2017; and River of Life, Portage, WI in 2019.


Builders for Christ is a network of volunteer teams who assist Southern Baptists in building churches in locations which appear to be in significant need of evangelism. We have partnered and participated in several regional projects: Jacob’s Well in Chippewau Falls, WI; Rock of Hope Church in Wisconsin Dells, WI; Roseville Baptist Church in Roseville, MN.
Trinity Baptist Church partners with MWBC Disaster Relief and Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief to bring hope in crisis by providing help, healing, and hope.  Many of our people were trained in disaster relief and serve alongside Red Cross. Our members have served with flood recovery in Reedsburg, WI in 2008 and 2018; Hurricane Harvey relief in Liberty, TX in 2017;  


In partnership with Southern Wisconsin Baptist Association, Bell Baptist Association and Salt Lake Baptist Association,  Trinity Baptist Church sent members on mission in one of the unreached areas in North America. Utah is a state whose statistics reveal they are an unreached people group with only two percent of the more than 3,000,000 people going to an evangelical church.  We sent teams in 2016 and 2017 to help strengthen several churches and to share the Good News of Jesus Christ in the community. 


We have partnered with World Changers and participated in a variety of community projects, home construction, and renovation work. They strive to meet physical and spiritual needs of others, desiring to change the world in the name of Christ. In 2008, students and adults served in Birmingham, AL; and in 2009, in Hannibal, MO.



Trinity has partnered with the International Missions Board (IMB) in making disciples of all nations through giving to the Cooperating Program & Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. These offerings enable more than 5,000 Southern Baptist missionaries to share Christ’s love with people overseas.


Trinity partners with Southern Baptists in a unified plan of giving in support of statewide, national, and international missions and ministries. The Cooperative Program allows us to do more together than alone.


In partnership with Back2Back Ministries, Trinity sent 32 members on our first Mexico mission trip in June of 2007. Back2Back is a ministry that stands alongside indigenous Christian orphanages throughout the world to help children and staff in practical and loving ways. Our team worked primarily in construction, as well as spending quality time with the children who live there. This trip laid the groundwork in forming an official partnership with Back2Back Ministries. TBC again traveled to Mexico in 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019.
Baptist Global Response (BGR) is a disaster relief and community development organization with a heart for helping people in desperate need.  Trinity Baptist Church has sent members to assist with disaster response to:  Nepal in 2015 in response to  aftermath of earthquake disaster; Siapan in 2019 in response to Super Typhoon Yutu.


In response to the December 26th, 2004 Tsunami that hit South Asia, we were involved in a reconstruction effort in partnership with other churches and missions organizations. Three mission groups from Trinity went to Thailand to help clean up the area and meet some of the needs of the people there.