• Serve 2016

    Serve is not just a week-long trip.

    It’s about transformation that lasts a lifetime!

“The church has left the building!”

From July 28 to August 1, 2014, students and their leaders will flood the streets of Palos Heights near Chicago, Illinois to show Christ’s love and bring restoration to the community. Over 250 students and their leaders will come to the Trinity Christian College campus to advance and expand the ministry of the college and area churches. We are excited to see students again being a very visible and incarnational expression of Christ’s love.

This experience will be a great combination of strengths in the body of Christ. Youth groups from across Canada and the U.S. will bring a strong work ethic and a deep desire to worship in the sanctuary as well as in the street through their acts of service.

Participants of the 2013 Chicago Project expressed…

“The Chicago Project has me feeling like I can make a difference. Thank you SO much.”

Blog post about 2013 Chicago Project from Trinity President

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“Thank you for the awesome experience we had in Chicago this week. God really worked in the lives of each of our kids! The Holy Spirit worked mightily.”

“I was at The Chicago Project, and I just wanted to say Wow! Because it was amazing! I’ve grown up knowing Jesus my entire life, but through the messages I was really challenged to make my faith my own and start my own walk with Christ rather than depending on my parents. It gave me a new and renewed genuine faith for Jesus Christ. Thanks for not losing hope in our generation like so many in our world today have! Thank you SO much! God bless!”

“I just want to say thank you SO much for putting the Chicago Project together. It was a blessing to come out and help this community. I know how hard organizing events can be, let alone one of this size, and you have done an amazing job. With the beautiful campus, the great food and the well-organized schedule, it made it easy to feel comfortable and to focus on God. Thanks so much!”