Trinity House is not just a church within four (4) walls but a place where God meets everyone according to their needs.

We are poised to bringing about tangible change in the lives of people within our community, Our State, Our Country, Africa as a continent and eventually reaching the ends of the earth if Jesus Christ tarries.

We have set up various NGOs to carter for the needs and challenges of everyone as God helps us.


The Courage Education Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the empowerment of the Nigerian child through the provision of quality education. It was set up to provide educational assistance to brilliant children who are shackled by poverty. The CEF scholarships are need-based and available to all Nigerian children irrespective of sex, faith or ethnicity.

It has organized various activities in a bid to raise funds and increase awareness of the foundation. This includes its annual public lecture, charity walks and courtesy visits. The organisation started in 2004 and currently supports over 100 indigent students though its scholarship programme. The assistance rendered by the Foundation is given not as a concession but rather as an award for ability that has been shackled by poverty. CEF visits various public schools in high density communities and through classroom teachers and administrators identify children that require aid and assistance. Those selected are put back in schools close to their homes.

The foundation takes care of their school fees and levies, school uniforms, foot wears, books, writing materials and transportation. So far, the foundation has adopted beneficiaries from various states of the Nigerian federation including Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Bayelsa, Borno, Cross River, Delta, Edo, Imo, Jigawa, Kwara, Lagos, Nassarawa, Ogun Ondo, Osun and Oyo states. Its administrative office is located in Obanikoro, on the mainland of Lagos. Their goal is to raise N100 million on which to sustain up to 1000 beneficiaries over a period of three years.

The Edensfield Health Initiative was established to provide professional and value added health care services to all, irrespective of race, creed or religion. Their proposed healing centre is intended to help reduce lapses in the health care delivery system in Nigeria and is to be situated in a serene location in Lagos. It will provide health care to cancer patients and support or medication to people living with HIV/AIDS. In the long term it will cater for people with kidney disorders. Edensfield provides services in two principal areas: 1. Medical Healing Services; 2. Medical Research, Support and Information Dissemination. Presently they provide care for people with health challenges, they provide medical care in and out of the country, they provide community health support, they create awareness on major heath issues and partner with other NGOs, Local Government Areas, and religious organizations to combat health challenges in the society.

The initiative recently played host to a team of Indian and South African professionals with a view to setting up a world class Specialist Hospital in Lagos State. The proposed 200 bed hospital will occupy 1.2 hectares of land in Lekki Phase 2 in Lagos. Since its inception in 2009, Edensfield has been able to reach thousands of people through its Medical Missions and Health Awareness Campaigns. It has also been able to sponsor over 20 individuals requiring specialist care for treatment within Nigeria, in the United Kingdom, in India and the USA.

On Saturday 22nd March 2008, Her Excellency Mrs. Abimbola Fashola, the first lady of Lagos State officially declared open the first Heritage Homes Orphanage at 45, Faramobi Ajike Street, Anthony Village, Lagos. The orphanage as at then had been in existence for 14 months (since November 20, 2006). The Heritage Homes is a non-profit, non-governmental, Christian organisation set up with the primary purpose of saving the lives of orphaned and abandoned children in the Nigerian society. The name, The Heritage Homes is derived from the Bible in Psalm 127 verse 3, which says ‘Children are the heritage of the Lord’. This simply means that all children belong to God and we are responsible for them all. The first home is a bungalow of 120 square meters, with capacity to take 30 children. With the assistance of kind individuals and organisations, the home was able to furnish and equip the orphanage with standard amenities to ensure the comfort and well being of the children.

The mission of the home is to save as many abandoned and orphaned children as possible; provide a first class transit home for them where they can develop physically, mentally and spiritually to become useful citizens in the society; and settle orphaned or abandoned children into responsible families through adoption or fostering in the shortest possible time. The Home has held seminars for secondary school students on issues relating to teenage pregnancy and adolescent sexual behaviours and public lectures on fostering and adoption with a view to increasing awareness on such within the Nigerian society.

Early this year, the second home was opened to cater for the increasing number of children in the Lekki Ajah axis.


Lydia Grace Foundation is a charity organization focusing on three core areas of providing education, economic empowerment, health and justice for young adult girls and women in crisis of poverty, abandonment homelessness and sex trafficking.


Redirecting Lives
Counseling and Reconciliation
Adult Literacy (Purple Cord Project)
Economic empowerment
Work training
Skill acquisition and job opportunity initiatives
Health Care Support (HIV/AIDS, Substance abuse and addiction)
Support and Care of a rehabilitation home


Care and assist for better wellbeing, destitute young adult girls and women and those displaced from their homes and families
Residential homes to support the care and rehabilitation of these young women and girls and reconciliation with lost families
Economic empowerment and adult literacy education for young women and girls through targeted education programs and skill acquisition training.
Seminars and public awareness programs to draw attention to the trafficking of women and girls for prostitution and the alarming rate of homelessness and destitution among young people, and its long term aftermath effect on the populace economically and socially.
HIV/AIDS counselling and testing in collaboration with Lagos State HIV/AIDS Control Agency; Heath and care support for women with substance abuse and addiction, in collaboration with appropriate agencies.
Quarterly Food donation through the outreach program to indigent women and their children those, abandoned by families, widowed or single parent


In 2010 we gave higher education opportunities to three(3) of our beneficiaries who wanted to pursue university education in Accountancy, Office Technology and Agricultural Administration at Yaba College of Technology Lagos and University of Agriculture Abeokuta respectively.
In 2010 we set up a fostering program for orphaned girls between the ages 18 and 20 who have completed rehabilitation and training but still needed supervised care by placing them in foster families. Through this program we have placed girls with foster families.
In 2012 we established a working relationship with Lagos State Women and Poverty Alleviation Ministry (WAPA) to support our literacy and skill training programs for adult girls and women under our care, and through this collaboration many girls from the organization have benefitted from trainings at Lagos State Government Skill Training Centres.
Lydia Grace Foundation consolidated its knowledge based priority, by partnering with Lagos State National Mass Literacy and Adult and Non Formal Education Department to provide technical support and certification for the Purple Cord Adult Literacy Project.


Funding is needed to complete the renovation of the new rehabilitation home in Egbeda, and to rent a space to house the Purple Cord Adult Literacy Project in Ajegunle. To fulfill other responsibilities, and commitments, and to translate our mission, into realities.

Food items and toiletries to support our food program

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Lydia Grace Foundation

Skye Bank Account no 1770031895

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2 Fawole Lane Obanikoro, Ikorodu Road, Lagos.

TEL: +234 0 803 446 9771; +234 0 805 753 6394

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