We have supported many local ministries over the years, including Hope for Youth in Houston, Family Promise, Child Evangelism Fellowship and Awana. Currently we support the following ministries
Trinity Fellowship has been responding to local and regional crises since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in 2005. When Hurricane Ike hit our area in 2008 we partnered with the Evangelical Free Church’s Crisis Response organization in Galveston. After Hurricane Harvey we partnered with Crisis Response and hosted teams in our church for three years, rebuilding houses and lives. Now we plan to be prepared to respond quickly to any new natural disaster that comes to our area.
The Trinity community has been wonderfully generous over the years in meeting the needs of individuals and families from the church and the community. This benevolence has ranged from small gift cards and a tank of gas to helping with rent and medical bills to replacing roofs, cars and furniture. you can donate to our benevolence fund by clicking through to our giving page and labeling your gift "Benevolence."
The Community Pregnancy Center of Pasadena is an outreach to women in crisis. They provide free pregnancy tests and they share the Good News with every client, and encourage women to decide against aborting their babies. Several Trinity members volunteer at the CPC. As they say on their website:
"With extended weekday hours and a friendly, helpful staff, you can rely on us for FREE and confidential pregnancy tests, one-on-one peer counseling, helpful classes, and much more."
"Our dedicated client advocates know what you're going through. You'll get medically accurate information from us including facts on fetal development. You'll also get information on all of your options! From helpful classes and resources to referrals for programs like Medicaid, WIC, and housing assistance, our team can help you through everything."
The Texas-Oklahoma District of the Evangelical Free Church of America is a group of like-minded church seeking to bring the love and salvation of Jesus to the communities around us. One of the ways we do that is by planting new churches in those communities.
Currently there are 54 churches in the District along with 17 church plants. Of these ten are brand new church plants launched in the last year or two (or preparing to launch).
Trinity supports these efforts financially and by partnering with new churches that are being planted in our area.