Everyone wants to know a few people really well. Likewise, we all want to be known by a select few. It makes us feel connected. It fulfills our need for community. It’s especially important to meet this need as a church grows larger, so everyone feels a part of the group. Ministry is all about people and when people are given the opportunity to care for one another, everyone wins!
LIFE groups are home-based, member-led gatherings of 6 to 14 people who meet reguarly. Trinity's LIFE groups are all about caring for people! The letters reflect our disciples committment to - Love, Involvement, Fellowship, and Evangelism. Some groups are service oriented and others have common interests which they share. All of our groups build one another up spiritually, and usually there is some great food provided! Contact Trinity to learn more about a LIFE group for you!
Huddles are an intentional group or 4 to 5 people that meet weekly to grow in personal discipleship. We offer three ways for disciples to grow:
- Huddles 1.0
- Huddles 2.0
- Christ-like Servant Leadership Development
Sunday Morning Studies
9:50 am -10:45 am
Conference Room led by Rollie Schutz
Named after its writer, Daniel's book is a product of his time in Babylon as a Jewish exile from Israel. While still a young man, Daniel travelled to Babylon with a group of young Israelite nobles, men of promise whom the conquering power felt could be of use in service. Daniel and his God-fearing friends were forced to live in Babylon, far from home and far from the land their Lord had promised them. Later in the book, Daniel prophesied of terrible trials still to come in the Promised Land. Whatever the trial was, though, it was always the result of sin.
Have you ever endured the weight or consequences of sin and felt as though God had left you behind, that He had stranded you in a world far from the comforts associated with home? The book of Daniel paints a portrait of how to serve God faithfully in the middle of such a world and how to persevere in hope even with no immediate solutions to the problems that get us down.
Meeting Room B - Women's Study
"New to Trinity" Class
This is an 6-week class during our education hour (9:50-10:45 a.m.) for all new members that is offered three times a year. It’s an overview of our church’s beliefs and Trinity’s culture and emphases. It’s also a great chance to get to know our pastors more personally and to interact with them. You can find out when the next class is offered by contacting Pastor Art or calling the church office.
At the end of the classes, there is no obligation to join, of course. But if you are feeling so led, you and the others will be invited to come forward at a designated worship service and verbally express your commitment.
Men's Bible Study
One of the strengths of Trinity is the presence of actively participating and leading men. From being active in worship to being active in homes, there is no substitute for engaged dads, grandfathers, uncles, and friends. Men are an integral part of all our adult ministries.
Thursdays, 6:30 am - 7:45 am, Conference Room
Led by Paul Heckman