Trinity Combine 2022
The Trinity Combine is heading back to the Benz Stadium!
Mark your calendars for August 21st, 2022.
Whether you're competing as a team or an individual, competing in 1 event or all 10, we can't wait to see you there!
This event is for the weekend warrior, the serious competitor, or just someone looking to get active. And for those wanting to cheer on athletes and feel what it's like to step onto the turf, we have spectator tickets available also, so don't miss out!
Most importantly, this is an event for someone who wants to make a difference in their community.
The Combine supports Trinity Community Ministries. When you participate in the Trinity Combine, you empower men who experience homelessness and addiction to reclaim their lives.
Registration is open NOW!
Click below to Register for Trinity Combine 2022!
Trinity Combine 2021
Trinity Combine 2021 was one for the books!
Sunday was a day that we won't soon forget.
After 18 long months, we were finally able to connect with y'all in person for an amazing event that supports an even more amazing cause.
We want to thank Mercedes-Benz Stadium for hosting us with such AMAZING hospitality. Thank you to Lululemon for providing the uniforms and helping us live #thesweatlife on the field. Thank you to Trinity Community Ministries' Board of Directors & the entire Combine Committee for putting in so much time and effort to make this event a great one.
HUGE thank you to every friend of Trinity that volunteered whether that was at check-in, coaching, or cheering everyone on, the today wouldn't have been as amazing without you.
This Summer male and female competitors will put their speed, strength, endurance, and agility to the test. The Trinity Combine features 10 athletic events which serve as a customized Pro Day. Competitors will be able to register for the individual competition, which will require participation in all 10 events, or the team competition, which enables teams of 2-4 to competitors to divide up the 10 events (the top score from each event will be recorded). Team competitors can compete in all 10 of the events or only 1 depending on their strategy and numbers. See FAQs for further details. Specifically, the 10 events include:
400 Meter Run
40 Yard Dash
20 Yard Shuttle Run
500 Meter Row
800 Meter Run
While the Trinity Combine is the perfect event to get your beach body back (as it's shortly before Memorial Day) or to settle the debate as to whether or not you can still break that 4.8 second 40 yard dash time, the ultimate purpose is to raise money for Atlanta's dynamic homeless and veteran recovery program, Trinity Community Ministries. While the individual fundraising goal remains $500, your ticket to compete in the 2018 Trinity Combine is earned once you raise at least $250 for Trinity Community Ministries. If you can cut and paste, then earning your ticket is a piece of cake. Of note, Trinity Community Ministries is a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible. There will also be a registration fee which will cover game day swag (top quality custom uniform provided by Lululemon Athletica and other competitor gear) as well as on-site nutrition and access to the 10 events. Competitor results will be posted online following the event so train hard!
Here is a testimonial letter from an Alumni of the Trinity House-Big Bethel program Willis Lamaar Hatfield Reavis who is still a supporter of Trinity House-Big Bethel.
"My name is Willis Lamaar Hatfield Reavis. I was born on March 1, 1986, and adopted at age 13. I joined the United States Army when I turned 18. After basic training, I served in Iraq. After 13 months, I came home and got married to a beautiful lady. Before too long, I was deployed to Afghanistan. I was wounded there. Prescription drugs were administered for my physical pain. They became an addiction. I started to use more and more to numb the physical and emotional pain.
After returning to the States, I was imprisoned at Leavenworth, Kansas, for possession of Heroin and other drug-related crimes. During that time, my father killed himself and my wife divorced me. My only option, after leaving prison, was to go home to my Grandfather, who lived in Roswell, Georgia. Sadly, he died the day I was released.
I was homeless. Drug-related crimes kept me in and out of jail for 2 years. From prison, I was sent to the Veterans Affairs Medical Hospital. I was hallucinating from mixing Heroin and Methamphetamine. I was in a very bad condition. The VA Hospital recommended drug recovery treatment. On April 16, 2014, I was welcomed in by the Trinity House-Big Bethel program. I am grateful for the help and guidance that I am receiving here and am now working part-time as part of my recovery.
My story is a work in progress to date. I would like to thank all of the people who volunteer and contribute to helping me get back on my feet."