Efforts for Trinity Hills are inspired by the life and writings of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin, founders of the Catholic Worker Movement. Together with the Works of Mercy, feeding, clothing and sheltering our brothers and sisters, Trinity Hills (in the words of Dorothy Day) “give reason for the faith that is in us.” Trinity Hills takes the time to share Catholic faith with guests, eat with them, pray with them, and encourage them to see their life as one having God-given meaning and purpose. Many come to Trinity Hills without faith, who at the end of their stay, leave as faith-filled Christians. Others return to the practice of their Catholic faith.
The total number of persons served by Trinity Hills since its founding is over 3,500. Over 500 of those have been served in the last year. At different times over the past twelve months, twenty-six people in need have stayed at Trinity Hills; twelve are currently in residence. Guests are referred to Trinity Hills by the Salvation Army, domestic violence shelters, and agencies that exist to end homelessness in the Ozarks.Please pray for the ministry provided by Trinity Hills.