Hurricane Michael Relief Effort

In the wake of Hurricane Michael, residents on the panhandle are in dire need of aid. FEMA, Red Cross and other organizations have been quick to respond, but there are more needs beyond their scope of being able to provide. The leadership at Trinity is organizing a supply run to First United Methodist Church in Port St. Joe in a one-day round trip delivery next week. 

Please bring any items you wish to contribute to church this Sunday morning (10/21) and they will be loaded directly into Holland Henderson's truck in the main parking lot. 

Supply Needs List:
- Toiletries, soap, hand sanitizer (Baby wipes especially)
- First Aid Kits (Neosporin and Band-Aids)
- Snacks other than MREs – (Coke, Granola, Gatorade)
- Gas Cans and Fuel
- Clean up equipment (Shovels, Gloves, Masks, Tarps)

If you'd like to contribute or help out in any other way please communicate with Adam Spafford our Deacon Chair. (

Thank you,

Luke Wolfe
Associate Pastor & Director of Community Groups