For over 30 years, Trinity has prepared more than 1,000 men and women for Christian mission and ministry. God is using them mightily to evangelize and disciple millions of men and women around the globe through preaching, teaching, youth work, and other ministries. And God continues to draw growing numbers of students to Trinity, even in these turbulent times in the church.
But this ministry would not be possible without your support. As a non-profit, donation-based ministry, Trinity School for Ministry is dependent upon the financial help of people like you to keep our programs going strong. We need you to become a member of our donor family to fulfill our mission.
Trinity will spend more than $2 million, in addition to tuition income, for preparing future leaders for the church this year. The reality is that the revenue we receive from tuition simply does not cover the cost of preparing our students for mission and ministry. We depend on donations for approximately 60% of our annual income.
3 WAYS TO GIVE
Supporting the Christ-centered mission of Trinity School for Ministry is fast and easy with our online giving option.
Gifts of appreciated securities are a valuable way to leverage your giving to the mission of Trinity School for Ministry.
Automatically give to Trinity monthly through Electronic Fund Transfers (EFT) or through a monthly credit card charge made by Trinity.
Please consider investing in the kingdom of God with a gift to Trinity. Your generosity ensures that we can continue to train Christian leaders for years to come. We are grateful for your faithfulness.
Jerry Mote, CFRE
Director of Development
Donations may be sent to:
Attn. Development Office
Trinity School for Ministry
311 Eleventh Avenue
Ambridge, PA 15003
724-266-3838 or 1-800-874-8754
Trinity School for Ministry is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability whose dedication to earning and keeping the public’s trust is demonstrated through faithfully following the very highest standards of financial integrity, proper fundraising and use of resources, and board governance.