Trinity Outreach of Tampa Bay is
providing assistance to communities in Puerto
Rico and other islands that have been affected
by hurricanes Irma and Maria. We are receiving
monetary donations to help ship and deliver all
the items that are being donated to the victims
of these disastrous hurricanes through this
organization. Please go to the
to make your donation.Thank you, and may the Lord bless you
for your compassion and kindheartedness!
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We have a Full House!
Trinity’s residential transitional home is
currently at maximum capacity. The sad reality
is, many had to be turned away or put on a
waiting list, prompting us to intensify our
expansion plans. We are praying that God will
stir the hearts of His people to answer the call
for the necessary resources, so that those He is
directing to this ministry may be served.
‘The Barn’ gets a face lift
Lord has a way of meeting everyone’s needs.
Trinity has been blessed with the free labor of
skilled workers who have to complete community
service hours. This has enabled us to continue
with our renovations and restore a building on
our property which we have named ‘The Barn.’ It
will be used for fellowship gatherings and
community events in the near future.
Trinity Recovery Group
We are excited to
welcome Jeff Haithcock as our new facilitator.
Jeff is highly experienced in the recovery
field. He is a powerful discussion leader, and
brings a fresh touch to our recovery group,
which meets every Thursday at 7pm at Trinity’s
Educational Center, 5254 6th Street,
Zephyrhills, FL 33542. The program is for men
and women dealing with a wide range of
addictions, and is open to the public. If you
know anyone who could benefit from joining our
fellowship, do let him or her know about us.
We are currently
serving approximately 200 inmates (men and
women) on a monthly basis. The in-house
curricula for these programs are specifically
designed to help this population transition into
society with effective life skills. Our
objective is to double the number of inmates
that we serve by the end of 2017, provided that
the necessary resources and teachers are
happy to welcome Mike Morris and Linda Jones to
the Trinity Team. Mike is teaching the Building
Futures curriculum at the detention center in
Land O’ Lakes. Mike has a heart for missions,
and is passionate about serving God’s people.
Linda comes with a wealth of experience. She
founded and ran a transitional program in
Illinois back in 1979, and still serves on their
board today. She will be teaching the residents
within our residential program.
Mark your calendar! Trinity’s
2017 Prayer Breakfast will be taking place on
Saturday, April 1st, 2017.
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all things, believes all things, hopes all things,
endures all things.