Warm Clothes Giving Store
Cold? Need bedsheets? Blankets? Other warming items? Come check out the winter giving store located in our main building. Open whenever the building is open (Monday thru Friday 9am-2pm).
Every 2nd and 4th Monday of the every month, a small group of quilters gather in the fellowship hall for laughs, fellowship, and tying quilts for several agencies in need in our area of the Treasure Valley. No experience needed-tie a quilt with us!
More info at Faith Caldwell
Hope’s Food Pantry is open Monday through Wednesday from 10:00am to 1:00am. We are open to all members of the community regardless of denomination or belief, so stop by and let us help.
Free Lunch Ministry
Summer–from June to September–we offered a free lunch of hot dogs, chips, a drink and some good old-fashioned fellowship to all who stopped by on Wednesdays at lunchtime (11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.).
Hope’s dedicated team of servants prepare meals for folks in need. Just give the office a call with the details and the information will be passed on and a meal will be delivered.
Volunteer NeedsIf you’d like to help with these ministries, call the church office at 939-9181.
Anyone who is hungry is invited to the Immanuel Food Fellowship each Tuesday evening. Dinner is served at 5:00 pm, which consists of a well-balanced meal. We aim to serve Boise’s poor, homeless and as previously mentioned, anyone who is hungry!
Feed My Sheep
Immanuel’s Food of the Month collection box is located in the Narthex. Food collected is delivered to St. John’s Food Bank for distribution to the working poor and those experiencing food insecurity.
Thanksgiving Food Baskets
We participate with other faith based organizations through St. Vincent DePaul to provide families in our community with a food box for a wholesome Thanksgiving dinner.
Quilt and Comfort Ministry
Ministry of the Month
During the year, we focus on one program or ministry opportunity each month. Donations may be made online.
WWW – Wash, Wipe, Wear
The 3rd Saturday of each month, 1 – 2:30PM we distribute diapers, toilet paper, and laundry detergent.
Colorful quilts are sent out in the world each fall to become a shelter, a comfort and a solace to people who are so in need of these things.
Providing clean and affordable housing.
Trinity New Hope is a Section 42 affordable housing neighborhood adjacent to and started by Trinity Lutheran Church. The neighborhood consists of 16 three-bedroom single family homes. Our vision is: Everyone in Nampa will have a clean safe home in which to live.
Trinity Community Gardens Inc is a separate nonprofit which manages two pantry garden plots: one at Trinity Lutheran Church, Nampa and a second at Canyon Springs Christian Church, Middleton. We put on a two-day workshop each spring on raised bed gardening and published an English/Spanish book, Growing to Feed Many: How Trinity Community Gardens Inc. gets more food from less space.