This year’s venue was hosted at First Baptist Church of New Port Richey located at 6800 Trouble Creek Road, New Port Richey, Florida at 6:30pm. You can make a donation today to the life change scholarship. If you need special assistance, please contact: Billie Skinner O’Farrell, Executive Assistant, Office: 727.569.1401
Meet this year’s speaker
Trinity College of Florida was honored to have Dr. Jeffery Singletary as our keynote speaker for our 2021 banquet.
Dr. Singletary entered the pastorate in 1979 and served as senior pastor of Central Tampa Baptist Church from 2007 to 2015 when he assumed his current position as Regional Catalyst for the Central Florida Region of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is a conference, convention, retreat, and revival speaker, committed to multi-cultural and multi-ethnic congregational worship. Dr. Singletary is part of several boards and has served as chaplain of a high school, conducting chapel services for schools and professional teams in and throughout the Tampa Bay area and beyond. He is a long-time friend of Trinity College of Florida and served on the President’s Council before joining its Board of Trustees in 2012.
Meet this year’s vocalist
Trinity College is blessed to see the return performance of Wintley Phipps is a world-renowned vocal artist, education activist, motivational speaker, pastor, and CEO, and Founder of the U.S. Dream Academy at our banquet.
The two-time Grammy Award nominee has performed for President Barack Obama, President Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, former South African President Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, and Oprah Winfrey. Phipps is also an internationally recognized speaker on behalf of the U.S. Dream Academy and young people, having completed speaking engagements in Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa, and North and South America. In recognition of his positive global impact through speaking, The National Speakers Association awarded Phipps the prestigious Master of Influence Award.