The Trinity Outreach Center (TOC) is also home to Trinity’s weekly Sunday Dinner program, where all are welcome to come for a hot meal. We learned in 2006 that there was a free, hot meal served somewhere in or near our neighborhood every day of the week except Sunday, so Trinity began offering the weekly Sunday Dinner to ensure that neighborhood residents are able to get at least one meal per day within a relatively short distance from home. Some of the food for the Sunday dinner is provided by Second Helpings, an organization that rescues surplus food from supermarkets and restaurants, turning it into meals that are distributed to people in need. Over 100 Trinity volunteers serve in this ministry, and, since its inception, more than 34,000 meals have been served. Trinity volunteers also prepare a meal once every six weeks for Dayspring Center, a local homeless shelter for families that is associated with nearby All Saints Episcopal Church.