Family Life Ministry

Engaging Sunday School

Relevant Youth Programs

Dynamic Confirmation Classes

Passing on the Faith to Future Generations

Family Life Ministry at Trinity gives families the tools they need to grow the whole family in faith. We walk with families from the very beginnings of life and faith through baptism and dynamically partner with parents to guide the training of children for a lifetime of faith. Parents are trained in the meaning and relevance of baptism as their children are welcomed into the faith family. Little ones learn Bible stories and learn how much their Savior loves them. Youth learn resilience, about how to live their faith in a world that presses in on them from all sides. Teens find enduring friendships by participating in youth events. Families are strengthened and Christ watches over them all.

Train up a child in the way he should go;
    even when he is old he will not depart from it.  Proverbs 22:6 ESV

Summer Sunday School Grab & Go Registration NOW OPEN

Summer Sunday School Grab & Go Registration NOW OPEN

Summer Sunday School Grab & Go Registration is NOW OPEN. We will provide packets for at-home family Sunday School for the weekends of July 12 - August 23, 2020. We require registration so we know how many packets to prepare and for what grade level. Registration...

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VBS Update – Register Soon!

VBS Update – Register Soon!

Filming is finished and we are now putting the final touches together in editing and prepping all the supply bags for our participants. You MUST register for VBS to receive the at-home online links and to pick up supply bags. We will email all those who have registered directly with final instructions prior to the VBS release date of July 13, 2020.

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Words of Encouragement for Families – July 3

Words of Encouragement for Families – July 3

Dear Parents, What reassuring words we hear this week from our Gospel lesson - “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” We carry so many burdens in our life and often think we can fix things or handle them on our own. The burdens...

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