Servant Church in the of Mason City, IA

Local Service

Trinity Lutheran Church is involved with many local organizations, charities, and non-profits to serve the North Iowa Area. Below, are just a few of the local organizations we do our best to help in this community.

Community Kitchen of North Iowa

On the first Monday of each month, Trinity members volunteer at the Community Kitchen of North Iowa, preparing and serving meal a noon meal to those in need within our community. On the fourth Wednesday of each month, Trinity’s volunteers prepare and serve the evening meal.

If you’d like to sign up to serve at the Community Kitchen of North Iowa, please contact the church office at 641-423-0536.

Habitat for Humanity of North Central Iowa

Through special offerings and volunteer labor, Trinity members lend their support to Habitat for Humanity of North Central Iowa. 


Habitat for Humanity of North Iowa relies on our volunteers to keep the ReStore operations running smoothly. There are many different opportunities at the ReStore! From running the cash register, sorting donations, to working the sales floor, there is sure to be a fit for each volunteer.

  • Donation Processing
  • Warehouse Associate
  • Sales Floor Associate 
  • Testing Donations
  • Repairing Donations
  • Repurposing items
  • Cashier

If you are interested in learning more about volunteering at the ReStore or if you are ready to get started, email or call 641-423-1688.

Salvation Army

Through donations to Trinity’s ‘welfare fund,’ members partner with the Salvation Army to offer assistance to those in need in Mason City.

Trinity organizes times for members to assist with the Salvation Army annual fundraiser manning kettles and ringing bells at various locations within Mason City, November – December.

Meals on Wheels

Members of Trinity deliver Meals on Wheels two weeks per year, April and September. Each week they typically deliver a total of 205 meals to 40 + individuals, thus helping them to stay in their own homes!

Seniors, new parents, adults recovering at home – anyone unable to shop or cook – can have lunch and dinner delivered every day of the week, including weekends and holidays. Good nutrition is the key to good health, especially for someone who is homebound. 

Volunteers give clients a break from the isolation of a very lonely existence. Many times the daily visit from the volunteer is their only contact with the outside world. A meal and a smile can make all the difference!

If you’d like to volunteer, please contact the church office at 641-423-0536.