New! Online Bible Studies and Fellowship
Led by Rik Scarborough
This group enjoys studying the depths of the Scriptures in order to really know what’s going on in God’s story. We enjoy good conversation, good questions, and a good sense of community each Sunday morning. We are currently studying the Book of Exodus.
The Saturday women’s group is studying a book: How to be a Mary in a Martha World. Anyone who joins would want to get the book (we all ordered through Amazon). All are welcome!
Trinity member Joy Humbarger is offering online gathering sessions via Zoom meetings. Several are already set up, but she would like input as to your preferred times and interest. Please fill out this quick poll!
Led by Joy Humbarger
Join us for a study of the book of Luke. We will be reading through it with plenty of discussion. Join us!
Leader Rik Scarborough
You’re invited to our Men’s Bible Study! We enjoy studying the depths of things and have good conversation. Currently we will be studying the book of Mark.
Sundays, 10:30am, until we meet in person again
We are beginning to host our Bible studies online through Zoom. This week, join Pastor Phil as we examine God’s care for his people in times of crisis. We start with the story of Elijah at Horeb. We should be able to utilize both a large group and small group format from within the Zoom meeting.
These are serious times. We’re all concerned about loved ones, about people who are ill, and about how we will manage for the next 30 days of “Stay Home” time. So much connection is needed right now, and we want to help you stay connected. Instead of stressing out...
What is disciple formation?
We are so very loved by God in Jesus Christ! Every time we read the Bible or attend worship we are reminded of the forgiveness of sin and the goodness of God. Our love and service flows from the joy that salvation is the free gift of God to all who believe. Discipleship formation is an intentional focus upon how we live as Christians, how we serve each other, and how we grow in faith. God invites us to walk in newness of life.
We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life. Romans 6:4 ESV
This “newness of life” is given to us by the Holy Spirit through Baptism. The Holy Spirit calls us to live in His truth. Disciples of Jesus are people filled with grace. They hear the call to live as Jesus says. As we gather around the means of grace, the Holy Spirit works in us and strengthens our faith.
As we listen to and read Scripture we learn the art of living well from Jesus. The Gospels show us Jesus and the heart of God very clearly. All the Old Testament points forward to the Gospel story; the New Testament is the fulfillment, showing what Christ taught and did.
How can you fit in?
We are all walking on the journey of life. As Christians, we can be assured that there will be a glorious end to whatever troubles the world gives. We are assured of eternal salvation. But what to do in the mean time? Live well. What does living well mean? God has had in mind the good of all mankind from the beginning of the world. He wants us to follow in His ways as a father wants his child to “do the right thing,” not because it is commanded, but because it is our new way of life. God wants us to “fear” him, which means to “have God on our minds.” If God is on your mind, the result can only be good. Serve other people. Give from your heart. Learn what He says. Talk to God as much as you can.
For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them. Ephesians 2:10 ESV
At Trinity, it is our goal to help you “keep God on your mind.” We walk with you through life as partners. We provide meaningful outlets to serve. We give many opportunities to study God’s Word together. We laugh and we cry together. We pray and worship together as a foreshadowing of the wonderful worship we will experience in eternity. Come and find the joy of living God’s way!
“I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.” John 15:5 ESV
New and Current Studies
Ever have a chance to share your faith and you didn’t know where to start? A clear, short personal testimony can be a powerful tool in witnessing. In this class we will actually take time to write out and share with others our own personal faith story.
cat·e·che·sis: noun. religious instruction given to a person in preparation for Christian baptism or confirmation, typically using a catechism. Sundays in LentShawnee Campus, 9:45am Since the earliest days of the church, Christians have observed the 40 days of Lent as...
9:45am, Sundays Mission Campus Lounge The 9:45 Mission Campus Lounge Bible Class is beginning a new study “Unafraid, Living with Courage and Hope in Uncertain Times” written by Pastor Adam Hamilton. Drawing on recent research, inspiring real-life examples, and fresh...
9:45am Sundays | Mission Campus Conference Room
This group enjoys studying the depths of the Scriptures in order to really know what’s going on in God’s story. We enjoy good conversation, good questions, and a good sense of community each Sunday morning.
A LifeGuide Study of the book of Romans | Our prayer life becomes stagnant. We forget why we are serving God. And the world’s ways subtly become our ways. Romans addresses these problems and shows us how we can break out of old patterns and become new in Christ.
The Wednesday Women’s Bible Study will be starting our next topic on October 9. We will be studying “The Power of a Woman’s Words” by Sharon Jaynes. We meet at the Shawnee Campus from 9:30-11:15am each week with childcare available.
Sundays at 9:45am | Mission Campus Fellowship Hall | Began January 19, 2020 – Join in any time! Overview: The group will be studying the Gospel of Matthew with a focus on small group discussion and digging deep into the Word.
Mission Campus Fellowship Hall
The 50+ Seniors group is all about friendship, community, and spiritual nourishment. Along with wonderful fellowship gatherings, this year’s 50+ Bible Class will begin with a study entitled, “Christ – the Power of God and the Wisdom of God: Issues for God’s People Today, 1 and 2 Corinthians,” taught by Pastor Ron Flentgen.
Mission Campus Heritage Room Every-other Thursday evening We enjoy hanging out and good conversation. We meet every other week at Trinity's Mission campus for Bible study and friendship. We also strive to have at least one social/community service event per month and...
As a “Community Following Jesus” we intend to share in this journey of faith together. One way to do so is through Life Together Groups. These are opportunities to gather with others to grow in firsthand spirituality: studying and applying the Scriptures ourselves,...