Every little counts. Please support one of our Ministries by Donating Generously
Donate to help those affected by the severe Flooding in various parts of Trinidad & Tobago.
Donate to help the islands affected by the devastation of recent Hurricanes; Irma and Maria.
Our 2017 TELETHON began on Sunday, 2 July with the PRAISE-A-THON running from 2.00 pm to 8.00 pm and beaming ‘live’ on all local Cable TV Providers, including FLOW in Barbados and St. Vincent. It will be continuous praise and worship led by the top groups and soloists in T&T. All are invited to come and enjoy this fantastic event at our Centre or view us live on TV or via our web streams via http://www.tcntt.com and https://www.lwctt.org or our mobile app TrinityTV in the App Store and Google Play
The TELETHON continues every evening from 3-9 July from 8.00 pm to 10.00 pm and all are encouraged to call in their pledges – both big and small – as it is through your generosity and faithfulness we are able to bring you TRINITY TV programming 24/7. The Telethon ends on Sun 9th July.
Come and celebrate with us as we give thanks and praise to God for all the great gifts He has bestowed on us.
For different reasons, many have stopped practicing their Catholic faith but still hunger for the Truth and Hope the church offers. Is that you? We invite you to come to CATHOLICS RETURN, where we hope that we can answer your questions about the Catholic faith and accompany you on your journey Home. Our team is available to assist.
Living Water Community is a Catholic Lay Community in Port of Spain founded by Rhonda Maingot and Rose Jackman in 1975. The Community has vibrant minitries to the poor, homeless, abused, dying, drug addicted and illiterate in Trinidad. All these efforts are made possible through the generosity of those who support the Community financially. Please donate any amount you can.
Many families are deprived of the basic necessities of life. Food items like rice, soya, beans and corn meal are distributed in hampers to the poor. The Foodbank has impacted the lives of so many who are unable to feed themselves and their children.
Marian House is a special ministry to homeless young men. Abused and abandoned youths who haunt the streets, scavenge the dumps, perpetuate petty crimes and sleep on unsanitary city pavements and park benches, come to Marian House to find a home, a family, medical and counselling care, educational and vocational opportunity. Many have moved out of a life of hopelessness and desperation to discover a sense of belonging, even to productive employment and academic success. The miracle of God’s transforming love permeates Marion House and its caregivers.
Our Lady Of The Wayside Halfway House For Children
This home for women and children in crisis was started in 1988 as more and more abused and desperate mothers turned up at the Centre begging for help. At first a house had to be rented and eventually the necessary funds were provided to purchase a more permanent home. This now accommodates newborn infants to older children who have been abandoned or abused and brought in by social workers or community police. Women in crisis are sheltered for an interim period, until they can sort out their lives. This ministry involves round-the-clock supervision and a caring permanent staff as well as many ‘aunties’ and ‘uncles’ who help in various aspects of this labour of love.
Established in 1986, this ministry tackles the serve problem of drug addiction. The Rehab Centre host a 3 month programme that is professionally structured and administered. Many factors hinder recovery, but there are many succcess stories.
As a Community we are always eager to respond to the needs of the destitute wherever possible. The epidemic rise in the HIV/AIDS cases in Trinidad and Tobago caused the Community to embark on a project where those who are so stricken can receive the care that is otherwise unavailable to them.
Living Water Community is an implementing agency of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees(UNHCR) and works with that organization in resettling of asylum seekers who come to this country looking for a safe haven.
When we opened our Hospice in 1983, a word from Scripture was given to us that this place would be a gate of heaven (Gen 28:17) Certainly those working there have had the privilege of preparing hundreds of souls for that ultimate moment in their lives! Many have been brought to our Hospice suffering and afraid and have found comfort, peace and alleviation of their pain. The nursing staff, under the supervision of a dedicated doctor and matron, care for each patient as though that person is Jesus Himself. Our Hospice is dedicated to St Maximillian Kolbe, martyr of Auschwitz, who gave his life that another might live. St Maximillian ministered to others condemned to death with him and he continues to minister to the dying patients at our Hospice as some of ourpatients have testified to his presence with them in their last days.