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Trinity Pines UpdatesNovember 2013
In This Issue
Ministry Needs Update
Camp Overflow
Volunteers: Harold & Phyllis Snipes
Did You Know?
  • Trinity Pines basically has four different types of lodging
  • Trinity Pines current lodging capacity is 708
  • We currently have 28 different lodging and meeting facilities on campus, including 9 Bunkhouses and 6 Family Cabins.
We still have some availability for retreats and camps in 2013-2014, so make your reservations today!
Project Updates
Work is moving along quickly on the new 64 bed lodge. 

We have been in the process of clearing brush to improve visibility at various locations across Trinity Pines' campus, as well.

Our Supporters

Trinity Pines opened in 1980 and is owned by the Union Baptist Association. We are currently funded by: 

1) Guest fees
2) Donations of individual supporters.  

If you would like to support the ministry with a one-time or ongoing gift, please contact:
lynn@trinitypines.org or mail payments to:
Trinity Pines Conf Ctr. 4341 FM 356
Trinity, TX 75862

If you would like for someone to share the vision of Trinity Pines ministry with your church or organization, please contact Director Phil Springer.

Recent Feedback

"Everything is great. We love this place. We are always treated very well."

"We are really enjoying the updates each year."

"We felt God's presence here and were greatly helped by there not being any distractions. One of the ladies mentioned 'it's heaven on earth.'"
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We have been privileged to host numerous volunteer groups & retreats and guests over the past month.

 

We enjoyed the Campers on Mission group who completed this awesome addition to our Dining Hall.
They also touched up and repainted several of the buildings around campus.  
The Texas Baptist Men Camp Builders and their wives are just completing their second project at Trinity Pines this fall. They have continued to work on the new 64-bed Lodge. This begins the development of the back loop of the Trinity Pines campus. Eventually there will be 5 total additional lodges.
 Both groups were amazingly productive and have assisted us in countless ways.
Ministry Needs Updates
PAVE THE PATH TO WORSHIP-COMPLETED!       
The development of the
1,00foot path between
the Office/Dining Hall & the new Mary Helen Smith Worship Center was completed in 2013.This includes lighting, benches, walkways, retaining walls, and fountains. It was made possible by the generous donation of time by our volunteers and financial support of individual donors.    

                                               
Please pray about how God may want you to be involved in partnering in His work at Trinity Pines.


CURRENT PROJECTS: 

NEW LODGE
Help fund the construction of the new 8 bedroom, 64 bed lodge.

LIGHT THE WAY
Help purchase the 50 roadway lights needed around the Mary Helen Smith Worship 
Center
 $100 each 
                                                                   
ONGOING OPPORTUNITIES:

PAMPER THE PASTOR SPONSORSHIP
Each year, Trinity Pines hosts dozens of pastors and their families for a free retreat. This is a much appreciated ministry that God has used to minister to many of His servants through the years.             
 $200 
 
PARTNER WITH A PRETEEN
Assist with a Camp Overflow Scholarship           
 $50
 

SUMMER MINISTRY TEAM SCHOLARSHIP

Trinity Pines hires around 28 additional high school and college aged staff members each summer. They are provided room and board and a modest salary for their service.                                                            
$500

Camp Overflow LogoCamp Overflow

Session I - Sat, July 12 (3:00PM) - Wed, July 16 (10:00AM)

Session II - Wed, July 16 (3:00PM) - Sun, July 20 (10:00AM)

 

 

For more information, check out our new website at 

campoverflow.org

 

This camp is filling up fast, so call (936-594-5011or email karen@trinitypines.org) soon if you are interested in making reservations.

Harold & Phyllis Snipes 
This past summer, we were truly blessed to have Harold & Phyllis Snipes stay and work at Trinity Pines. They received their SOWER badges in December 2000 and worked their first projects in 2001.

 

Harold and Phyllis came to Trinity Pines as singles to a Union Baptist Assoc. Singles Conference in October 1985. As SOWERS, Harold and Phyllis came to work at Trinity Pines in March 2009 and we have been privileged to have them serve here at least one month each year since then. The only exception was in 2012 as the result of a severe accident in 2011. Read more

 

Thank you Phyllis & Harold and all of our amazing volunteer missionaries for your faithful service to God's Kingdom work at Trinity Pines and to so many other ministries.
Thank you for the role that you, our volunteers, supporters, guests, friends, & prayer partners are playing in the continued effectiveness of Trinity Pines' ministry. Please continue to lift up our staff, retreat planners and guests, as well as our volunteers, that God would work in each of our lives as we seek to serve Him here at Trinity Pines.