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Pathfinders of Tarrant County


The Bible reveals that there are nine fruits evidenced in the lives of those who have God’s Holy Spirit. At Trinity, we strive to develop these fruits by focusing on connecting, learning, growing, serving and giving. These core values help us become better disciples for Christ and, in so doing, help us become great mentors.


As you ponder the many community service options open to you at Trinity, you may want to consider mentoring or financial coaching through Family Pathfinders as a way to make a big difference in the lives of struggling citizens—as well as test and strengthen your fruits of the spirit. You can mentor a client by yourself or recruit friends for a 2 to 3 person team. You can learn more about these opportunities below or by clicking on the links provided below.

Mentoring (you choose the type)

Family mentoring:
You can mentor a family on life skills, budgeting, career enhancement, family development, and job seeking.

Youth mentoring (age 18-21):
These youth from low income families may be in their first job or the first in their family to attend college.

Re-entry mentoring:
Women who are being released from jail for non-violent drug and alcohol offenses — and seeking a drug free life.
Men and women who are being released from federal and state prisons through the job training program.


Financial Literacy Coaching

Family Pathfinders provides financial coaching to help low and moderate income people attain financial stability.


Check out some of the Family Pathfinders of Trinity United Methodist