Come join us on Tuesday morning for an always interesting discussion on a variety of topics! We meet on Zoom at 9:30 am. We read books and discuss them, look at interesting videos and discuss them and we sometimes just talk about things that are meaningful to us.
This video really captures what Trinity Multicultural Campus is all about! Come join us as we build something very special on our campus--something that can make a better world for all! Click here for video.
We have a calendar that shows "who is meeting where' each month. With four different ministries, it can get a bit confusing. Just go to the Calendar tab on the left hand side of the page and the drop down will say "Room Usage Calendar."
Here is a photo of the goods we collected this year to be delivered to Good Sam!
One of our partners in the community is Bayside High School. Bayside High School is an Educational Alternative school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grades by providing opportunities to achieve graduation requirements in a supportive and personalized environment. Built with Pennies for Pinellas sales tax monies, the school is Pinellas County's first long-term educational alternative school which serves students identified as habitually truant, overage for their grade level and off-track for graduation. Our Community Outreach team recently selected Bayside to work with in providing needed items such as the graduation banner pictured to the left. Graduate Devoni Grant is pictured with Mark Simon, RTI Academics and Staff Developer. We look forward to working with Bayside in the next school year to provide more items for their students.
As part of our Mission 1 effort in the fall of 2011 we began collecting can goods and other non perishable items that can go to feed the hungry in our county. Our goal was to collect 111 items by the end of the month and we collected over 300. The items went to our sister church, Good Samaritan in Pinellas Park. "Good Sam" has had a food pantry for 45 years and serves approximately 2800 people a year. They are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 9:00 am to noon and accept monetary donations as well as goods.
Helping Good Sam in 2011 started a great tradition! We have kept it going by continually donating to this very worthwhile project so please keep bringing in those canned goods, peanut butter and paper products. Good Sam is very appreciative!!
items can be placed by our worship table in the Chapel. For more information
about the Good Samaritan Food Pantry, click here.
We have established an on going ministry with a local nursing home, Balanced Healthcare (formerly Jacaranda Manor). We send greeting cards every quarter to the residents. We have made care packages filled with toiletries and other goodies. So many times, people living in nursing home situations are forgotten. We have seen the joy in their eyes when we come to visit and encourage anyone in our community to reach out to a nursing home to volunteer. You will be happy you did! Jacaranda's caring activity director, Barbara, has made working with the nursing home so easy and fun. Many thanks to the wonderfully committed staff at Balanced Healthcare and for the members of our congregation who contribute items and cards!
The address is 4250 66th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33709.
Items Always Needed for Balanced Healthcare
Adult Coloring books
Crossword puzzle books
Word search books - hard and easy