Jeanine organizes the TNT Ministries, a missions service group, at Harbor Trinity Church in Costa Mesa. It first started in the 1950s as Womens Missionary Society, then Womens Missionary Fellowship, followed by White Cross, and now is TNT. TNT is named after two people in the Bible, Tabitha who sewed garments for the poor and Titus who was an advocator of good works.
It’s original work was making flannel baby blanket, flannel baby jackets, flannel diapers, flannel and muslin sheets, muslin hospital gowns, and rolling bandages for the NAB (North American Baptist) mission hospitals in the Cameroon in Africa. In the 1990s, the group started making twin size patchwork quilts to be given out to various groups in Orange County that have need for them. The group meets monthly to work on NAB items but meets weekly in the summer to peice, sew, and tie quilts.
This summer, we completed 73 quilts!
They were donated to Sheepfold, OC Rescue Mission, and Mercy House. 4 of the quilts were created as prayer quilts, tied by friends and family while saying a prayer, and given to convalescing members of the church.
Interested in Joining TNT Ministries?
Anyone from age 5 and up are able to volunteer and help with this service group in Costa Mesa. Visit Harbor Trinity Church Calendar for more information.