Do You Have What It Takes to do Jail Ministry or Trinity House Mentorship?


  1. Can you afford to be inconvenienced at least weekly?
  2. Do you have a positive track record of being an over-comer?
  3. Can you show compassion to those that have made wrong decisions, and in love help them back onto a successful path?
  4. Can you meet weekly and afford at least a cup of coffee for your mentee?
  5. Are you interested in being a part of a faith based team with the common goal of collectively multiplying efforts for maximum impact?
  6. Do you have great boundaries and standards?
  7. Do you have some skills and practical life skills to share?
  8. Do you have an additional church family along with this ministry to also introduce to your mentee?

If you answered "yes" to these questions and wish to enroll as a volunteer Jail Minister or Mentor for the Pasco County Inmate Population of men and women upon release, please contact to discuss your readiness, commitment and common issues that face us regularly.

If you are interested in volunteering for teaching ministry inside the jail or prison, please email