Serve at Trinity

Service Team

Service Support

Our Existing Service Agency Partnerships

  • Manna Food Bank - originally founded by a TPC member, Manna has been providing healthy, nutritious food parcels for the hungry and needy in our city.  Located in a new facility on E Street, donations are regularly accepted.  Volunteers are regularly welcome to assist in food sorting, packing, distribution and screening.
  • Loaves & Fishes - For over ten years, Trinity members have cooked and served dinner to the hungry on the first Sunday of each month at the Loaves and Fishes Soup Kitchen.  Trinity also sponsors one of the transitional houses on the grounds that provides long term shelter to needy families while they are undergoing job training and placement.
  • United Ministries - is an organization of area churches providing to persons in crisis in Pensacola financial assistance for power bills, rent, emergency medical, etc. as well as counseling and job coaching.  Volunteers are needed to help with financial screening, interviewing, and placement assistance.
  • Pathway For Change - Clinton Cox Residence For Women Veterans:  This newly repurposed shelter serves as a long-term residence for women veterans of our armed forces who are experiencing problems with PTSD or other difficulties in readjusting to civilian life.  Trinity has assisted with grounds beautification projects and putting in an outdoor patio.  Volunteers are welcome to serve as occasional house monitors or also within the larger parent organization of Pathways for Change.
  • Women with Clear Vision: This is a homeless women’s shelter which provides long term housing and training for women with substance abuse problems, women post incarceration for nonviolent crimes or general homelessness. It is the only women shelter in Pensacola which will accept women with children. Clients receive three meals a day, participate in job training and education and graduate to the community in one year. Volunteers are welcome to help staff the residence or to serve as mentors to the clients.
  • Oasis of Florida- Formerly known as HIVevolution.  Oasis provides community screening to identify persons affected by HIV virus and subsequent counseling and referral for treatment programs. TPC donated a van to allow mobile outreach to the northern, rural areas of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties; since the inauguration of this project, screening numbers have increased 300% making this a very effective public health project. Volunteers are needed to help with screening (done on mouth swab, no blood drawing required, no risk of needle sticks) and training is provided prior to going out in the field to test.
  • Habitat for Humanity- a well-known national organization, Trinity volunteers have built 20+ houses, and some have participated in interfaith builds, bringing together members from several local churches and faiths to build a home together and to learn and fellowship together.  We also house at no cost to them college and church groups who come to Pensacola to work with Habitat.
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters- Several Trinity members have been affiliated with BBBS for many years, serving as a mentor to a local child as they have grown. Opportunities exist for long and short term mentoring. Male volunteers are especially needed.
  • Reading Tutors- Several different organizations offer opportunities to tutor young children in reading either through the school system (Cordova Park ES or OJ Symmes ES) or through various civic groups (ECARE).
  • Camp Happy Sands: Since 1967 Trinity has helped sponsor this summer camp that provides a local, cost-free, day camp experience and learning opportunity for children of lower-income families, conducting a faith based environment in a natural setting of God’s creation.  Typically, 250 campers ranging in age from 6-11 enjoy life enrichment at Camp Happy Sands.



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