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Trinity Baptist Church’s Rwanda Missions began with a prayer by Lead Pastor Keith Boyd, for increased personal compassion. God answered that prayer by sending Keith on a World Vision trip to Rwanda in October of 2004. Since then, Trinity’s Rwanda Missions has grown into a strong partnership with the people of Rwanda. Trinity has built homes for 18 families in its two adopted villages and has raised financial resources for 30 cows, 5 water wells, 2 vocational centers, a primary school, and child sponsorships through World Vision. Since 2010, Trinity has also trained over 450 pastors and other church leaders on how to present ALPHA, a course that introduces people to the basics of the Christian faith. Trinity sends missions teams every year to build relationships, learn needs, and serve the people of Rwanda.

Follow Trinity’s Rwanda Missions Ministry, including daily updates throughout mission trips, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tbcrwandamissions!

 

Our previous “Bricks & Blackboards” campaign resulted in the first primary school built in Gitantu where over 600 children are currently enrolled as well as 6 new classrooms built at Kigeme to help reach more vulnerable youth. The fruits of that campaign have shown us the impact and potential when access to education in remote communities is provided. Empowering the lives of these children leads us to continue our commitment to the Gitantu and Kigeme communities via the “All In For Rwanda” campaign. Help us reach our goal!

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Past Mission Trips

1h_tbc_past_mission_tripsIf you would like more information or to participate in Trinity’s Rwanda Missions, please contact Jamie Craig or Sarah Page, Deacons of Rwanda Missions, via email at Rwanda_Missions@TrinityNY.org. You can sign up for the next mission here.

Testimonies

Beneficiaries

Since 2005, Trinity has built homes for 18 families in our two adopted villages. Below are pictures of our house beneficiaries. Please pray for them and their families!