Phone: (717) 774-7146 


Mailing Address:  

415 Bridge Street 
New Cumberland PA 17070



Missions We Support


As in past years, we will be collecting supplies to fill backpacks for school children in our area. The dates of collection will run until July 23rd. The pick-up date for the filled backpacks will be July 27th, from 6-7:30 PM in Fellowship Hall. There is a sign-up sheet in the hallway for those who can help with the distribution. Carol Evertts is in charge and she or Tiffany Hollinger can be contacted if you have any questions. Thanks so much for your faithful help with this mission! 

Items being collected for Backpack Bonanza

  • Back Packs (Various Sizes)
  • #2 Pencils
  • Crayons ( 24 count)
  • Scissors
  • Rulers
  • Highlighters
  • Markers ( 8-10 ct.)
  • Erasers (Big Pink or Pencil Top
  • Glue Sticks
  • Pens
  • Handheld Pencil Sharpener
  • Ink pens (need red, blue and black)
  • Folders with Fasteners
  • Calculators
  • Colored Pencils (12 ct.)
  • School Box/Pouch ( to hold items)
  • Monetary Donations Also Welcome!



The Neighborhood Center UMC is a Christian community-based center that exists to meet the needs of our neighbors in Harrisburg. Programs provided at the Center are All-Day Christian Preschool, Before and After School Care, Summer Adventure, Kids Cafe, Power Pack, Young Mothers Together Program, TECH (Teen Expression Center Harrisburg), Youth Gospel Choir, Caring Closet, Food Distribution and Elder Care. Trinity UMC donates food, school supplies and clothing needed for the programs at the Neighborhood Center. During the summer Trinity's Kids Ministry collects and donates juice for the Neighborhood Center's summer programs.    



New Hope Ministries is a Christian social service agency that shows the love and hope of Christ by serving our neighbors in times of need and supporting their efforts towards stability, They provide a variety of assistance and services. Trinity UMC collects food for their Food Pantry and donates snacks and drinks for their after school program in New Cumberland. Members of our congregation also help at the Food Pantry.  



Medard’s House is a Christ-centered ministry house that serves to be the extension of the family for teenagers. It is a safe place to: socialize and bond with peers, connect with community leaders and role models, learn the value of service through provided teachings, realize talents and dreams, verbalize fears and vulnerability through the love of the community and the power of the Holy Spirit. By this fall Medard’s House will be available 5 nights a week for the youth to come after school. Medard’s House will provide a homemade meal, adult mentors, opportunities to learn about God, academic help and much more. This is accomplished through our mission and partnering with other non-profits such as Center for Champions, 3 Star Foundation and The Underground Skate Park ministry. We need volunteers, prayers, and financial support. There is always a need for food, water, crafts, paper, pencils, crayons, games etc. Saundra Collelo, President; Staff and Board members would like to thank TUMC for all the help and support given to the children. Trinity supports Medard’s House with food and prayer . The location is as follows: Medard’s House, 1120 Drexel Hills Blvd, New Cumberland, PA 17070 



Mission Central is the mission warehouse affiliate of the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church.  Their goal is made up of 3 key components:  Disaster Response, Mission Outreach and Mission Education.  Locally, they have teamed with ministry partners such as the Bethesda MissionNew DigsComputer Ministry and Project C.U.R.E., providing relief and assistance right here in Central Pennsylvania and the surrounding regions.  Mission Central truly is a place that connects God’s resources with human need.

Trinity UMC collects items for various UMCOR Relief Kits (School, Birthing, Health, Sewing, Flood Buckets) during certain times of the year.  Trinity UMC also participates in their annual Shoe Drive.  

Mission Central is also the place to donate your household goods, furniture, clothing and even computers.  You’d be amazed at how much good that old couch or unused medical supplies can do! 



The United Methodists Home for Children is dedicated to providing hurting children with the tools they need to succeed in life. Services are available to children, youth and families regardless of religion, race, color or national origin. Trinity UMC helps with donations of money, food, gift certificates ,and wish list items throughout the year.