Trinity Outreach Programs

The current Trinity Outreach Programs have been serving our neighborhood for over thirty years. These programs continue to be a vital part of the work of the church, and will operate as part of the core programming of the Bryant Neighborhood Center.

Trinity’s building is currently used for neighborhood-based programming at more than four times the amount that it is utilized for church-related functions.

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Bobcat Learning Center

The Bobcat Learning Center serves Jason Lee Middle school students each day after school with homework help, study skills, mentoring, and enrichment activities.

“We are grateful for the support we receive from Trinity. The academic support students get helps them work through things they are struggling with and gives them that ‘ah ha!’ moment when they get to that point of ‘I get it!’ The Learning Center is an amazing program.”

- Christine Brandt, Principal, Jason Lee Middle School


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TAP

The Trinity Afterschool Program facilitates one-on-one literacy assistance with 10-12 first and second graders from Bryant Montessori. Students are referred to this year-long program at the invitation of Bryant’s teachers and our TAP staff.


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Tony’s Kitchen

Tony’s Kitchen provides “Soup and Conversation” with a community meal of soup, bread, and cookies for approximately 40 people every Friday afternoon.

During construction, a meal is offered on the front porch of Trinity House, each Friday afternoon at 1 PM.


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Pat’s Closet

Pat’s Closet provides an average of 100 neighbors each week with new and used clothing and household items that are donated by individuals all over Tacoma.

During construction, Pat’s Closet offers hygiene items and socks when available, each Thursday from 5-7 PM and Friday from 1-3 PM.


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Trinity Neighborhood Clinic

The Trinity Neighborhood Clinic is open every Tuesday evening to provide free health care services, typically serving 10-15 people each week. Services range from sports physicals to diabetes assistance. The Clinic exists as a separate nonprofit entity from Trinity Presbyterian Church.


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Annual Programs

The following programs have become an integral component of the life of our community as we continue to build relationships with families while addressing collective needs. Camp Trinity, Christmas House, and Back To School Night.