TRINITY UMC

Adult Ministries

Trinity offers adults a variety of small group experiences and ministries to grow in your faith.

 

Adult Sunday School takes place at the 10:30am hour in Hoyle Lounge. Currently we are exploring issues of race and culture, using the General Commission on Religion and Race of The United Methodist Church (GCORR) curriculum, Vital Conversations 1: Realities of Race and Racism. This Vital Conversations video series features contemporary theologians, sociologists, laity, clergy, and other thought-leaders dealing with challenges of race, culture, and oppression in the Church and world today. We invite you to join us as we discover who God is calling us to be as a courageous church, celebrating God’s grace, loving like Jesus and serving the world.

 

Faith Formation and Bible Studies take on a variety of form and function at Trinity as we gather to grow in our knowledge and relationship with God, through the small study group format and structure. We invite you to connect with one of the small groups that meet during the week. Feel free to come at any point, you are always welcome.

Prayer on Purpose meets Monday Mornings at 9:30am to pray for the church, our community, and the world. We gather together in prayer to lift up the prayer request from Sunday Morning and to be in community with each other, loving like Jesus and praying for those in need.

Tuesday Morning Journaling meets Tuesday mornings at Starbucks (located at 41st ave and Thunderbird) for a time of community and fellowship as well as spiritual growth and bible study. We gather together to read scripture and then journal our thoughts on what we have read and learned together.

Wednesday Evening Faith Study meets Wednesday nights at 6:30 in Hoyle Lounge for a time of faith exploration and study. We use a variety of DVD curriculum to lead our small group study as we explore our faith and grow in our relationship with God.

Study, Prayer, Share. (SPS) meets Thursday Mornings at 9:30am in the library. The purpose of this small group is to study a book that is designed to help us grow in our faith and discipleship, to then pray for one another, our community and the world, and then share our thoughts on the book we are reading.

Saturday Morning Journaling meets Saturday Mornings at 8:00am at Baker Wee (located at 43rd ave and Thunderbird) for a time of faith and fellowship as we grow spiritually through the study of scripture. We gather together to read scripture, journal our thoughts and share in conversation as we learn and grow as a community of faith.

 

Women’s Groups in the United Methodist Church our Women’s Groups are known as United Methodist Women or UMW and they meet in circles or small groups. Currently Trinity has three UMW Circles that meet on monthly basis. To find out more about UMW click [HERE]

 

Chancel Choir comes together for practice on Wednesdays at 7:00pm in the Choir Room (located in the Sanctuary). The Chancel Choir assist in leading worship at our 9:00am Traditional Service on Sunday Morning. We offer traditional anthems every Sunday, and perform special Cantatas for the Christmas and Easter Season. The Chancel Choir meets September through May and takes a hiatus in the Summer months.

 

Couples Pot-Luck gathers for a time of fellowship and a meal on the second Friday of the month at 6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall. It is a time to gather in community for food and fellowship. After the meal their is usually a short program or time of gathering.

 

Young Adult our Young Adult Group is known as Lion’s of Judah and they meet on Sunday evenings at 6:00pm in room 12 and 13 to explore their faith through the study of scripture. They are also active in service to the community during the week.

 

Emmaus Community our Emmaus Community is for those who have gone on or participated in the spiritual retreat known as Walk to Emmaus (or Chrysalis, Chayah, or Kairos). The Emmaus Community gathers on the second Saturday of the month for a time of worship and praise. They meet at 7:00pm at Spirit of Hope UMC. To find out more about Emmaus or to participate in the Walk to Emmaus through Trinity click [HERE]