Hats Off to the Grad

Senior Celebration Night (A WorkCamp Tradition)

Students in grades 8-12 are welcome to join our Workcamp team celebrate our High School Seniors. It will be an evening of recognition and fun in honor of our graduates. We will start our celebration at the Grand Island Fun Center at 2660 Grand Island Blvd from 3pm-6pm. Join us for mini golf, laser tag, batting cages, arcade games and go karts! We will then drive over to Say Cheese Pizza Company & The Comic Book Café from 6:15-8:15pm! We…
Group of Seniors Enjoying Picnic in Park

OPUS Picnic (Old People Up to Something)

Our annual picnic will be held at Shelter #3 in Mayors Park, North Tonawanda. Enjoy an afternoon of good food and conversation. Grilled Hot Dogs and drinks will be provided. Please bring a dish to pass or something to share. Picnic tables will be available, or bring a chair if you prefer. A signup sheet will be available at church in the main lobby near the sanctuary. If you have any questions, please contact Erhard “Moose” Moosman via e-mail:…

SonRays Ministries Collection Drive!

Our High School Ministry is partnering with FT4Life for the month of July to collect donations for SonRays Ministries! SonRays Ministries exists to spread the Gospel to at risk mothers, children and families here in WNY. Their mission is to continuously speak God’s love in to the lives of those they minister to through scripture and gospel-centered materials. They do local outreach to single mothers and children, help women through unplanned pregnancies, care and comfort the older generations, help support…
Old people on the bench from behind

End of Life Issues & Honoring our Homebound Friends

FT4Life is looking at end-of-life issues AND honoring our homebound friends this month. We will meet for a viewing of Fatal Flaws, a documentary regarding assisted dying laws and where they are leading our society. We will also plan on how we can support First Trinity homebound members with a small gift and visit. Our hope is that you might join us in calling one of these members to arrange a one-time visit, or to drop off the gift, as…
Water balloon fight incoming

Youth End of the Year Park Day

Grades 6-12Come Celebrate the End of the School Year with Us! We are hosting a Park Day, complete with grilled food, snacks, drinks and tons of games! Think water balloon fights, Cornhole championships, ladder golf, KanJam tournaments, card games…and possibly a few other fun things! Bring a lawn chair if you want (there will be picnic tables), sunscreen and a friend or two and come have some FUN IN THE SUN! Please RSVP using the Register link provided (so that…
A close up picture of fresh, raw sardines on a white plate

Sardines, Spoons, and Pizza

Eighth grade and High School students, join us for an evening of games of Sardines and Spoons. Friends are welcome! Drinks and pizza will be served. If you have any questions or need more details, call or text Jen Florio at (716) 531-0883. Please use the link below to register.
Sad lemur in zoo sitting and watching to aviary

Middle School Zoo Trip

We are having an afternoon at the Zoo for students in grades 6-8 on May 22 from 2:30-5 pm. We will be meeting in the Zoo parking lot outside of the entrance on Parkside Avenue at 2:30 pm for entrance at 2:45 pm. Pick up will be at 5 pm at the same location! Please RSVP to Stacy by text (716)982-3136 or email ( by May 14th.
Rear view of female psychologist helping young family with a kid

Fostering Hope for Foster Families

The month of May is designated as Foster Awareness Month, so FT4Life’s focus for May is Fostering Hope for Foster Families. We have a wonderful program planned for Saturday, May 22 from 10:30 – Noon, including a panel of foster parents and a representative from Every Child Ministry, which supports fostering in numerous ways.  We realize not everyone is called to be a foster parent, but we can certainly support those who are! One easy way to do this is to donate…
Man doing yard work, spreading mulch around landscape bushes from a wheelbarrow

Garden Clean Up

Can you pull a few weeds, rake some dead leaves, spread a little mulch, or push a wheelbarrow? Able-bodied volunteers are greatly needed and you don’t need a green thumb. We have many good size gardens that need some sprucing up and you can choose any kind of work you’d like. The old saying – “more hands make light work” – is very true. Please join us for some outside work, fun camaraderie, and fellowship around a free, hot dog lunch.…
Peanut Butter and Jelly

Operation PB&J: The Sequel

We will be making 500+ bagged lunches to be sent to St. Luke’s for distribution! We will be making PB&J sandwiches, bagging and labeling lunches and delivering them!