VOLUNTEER [vol-uh n-teer] noun     (from dictionary.com)

  1. a person who voluntarily offers himself or herself for a service or undertaking.
  2. a person who performs a service willingly and without pay.

Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them.....

Romans 12:6  

Do you like to read out loud?   Perhaps you have leadership skills.  Are you a creative type?  Do you enjoy working with kids? Whatever your skills, there is someplace in the Church where you can share them with others.  Please check out the list below.


If you are interested, please contact the Church office at 604 584-0111 or trinitylutheran_church@telus.net.

  • Audio & Video (A/V) team

    The A/V team is responsible for the presentation of the weekly service on the overhead TV screens in the Sanctuary and setting up audio and YouTube Livestreaming. 

  • scripture reading

    Do you enjoy reading aloud? Read bible passages to the congregation in-person during Sunday morning worship, or share your voice from home by pre-recording readings with Pastor Jennifer on Zoom.

  • Surrey Urban Mission Society (SUMS)

    SUMS is a community centre for Surrey residents. It is a place where people of all ages and circumstances are welcome and where hope and opportunities exist. If you are looking for a chance to make a difference in our diverse city, we are looking for ways to expand our partnership with www.surreyurbanmission.org

  • Surrey Food Bank

    The fourth Sunday of every month TLC receives food donations, distributed to our neighbours in need, through www.surreyfoodbank.org

  • Exploring Our Neighbours' Faith

    In today's religious landscape, building bridges of understanding with our Muslim, Sikh, Buddhist and Jewish neighbours is essential. Listen to a workshop that took place at First Lutheran in Vancouver in 2015 called Our Muslim Neighbour.

  • north delta refugee project

    TLC Community folks have partnered with area churches to reach out to new refugee families. We are befriending government sponsored refugee families by providing rides for cancer treatments, English tutoring and friendship. If you'd like to get involved contact Andrea Reyes at 604-930-2960. For more information, visit crossroads-united-church.ca/north-delta-refugee-project/ or contact ndrefugeeproject@gmail.com

  • Seniors BC & Elder Abuse

    Elder abuse in any form is wrong. Learn more about what elder abuse is and where to go for help to stop it:

    www.SeniorsBC.ca         www.gov.bc.ca/elderabuse

    Are you a senior who is struggling to keep up with the demands of life? Deltassist offers free, confidential, short-term counselling and emotional support for Delta residents aged 55+. For more info, visit www.deltaassist.com or contact Deltassist's Seniors Counsellor at 604-594-3455 ext. 151.


    Deltassist Family and Community Services Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the well being of the people of Delta. They offer counselling and community-building in the form of workshops, events, senior support, outreach programs, and information services. They operate from locations in North Delta and Ladner.  www.deltaassist.com