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Fellowship plays a vital role within the Trinity’s community and  is often considered one of the core aspects of our congregational life. Explore what we  have to offer.

Adult Programs

In keeping with our mission to be disciples and make disciples of Jesus, loving and caring for God’s people everywhere, the Adult Christian Education Committee (ACE) works cooperatively to educate and enrich the lives all who participate. Regardless of where you are in your spiritual journey, we offer programs to suit a variety of interests, including crafts, mission service, food, social, entertainment, sports, bible study, wine, travel, and more. We support spiritual growth through small groups and classes to foster disciplines such as prayer, worship, meditation, spiritual reading, etc. Seasonal offerings, especially during Advent and Lent, enhance your faith.

Small Groups

Small groups provide opportunities for meeting and connecting with others, enjoying fellowship, exploring a new or existing interest, engage in a mission project, celebrate life, grow spiritually, and more. As you can see, small groups vary in duration and are flexible for most schedules. All are welcome!

Explore Small Groups!

Knit At Night

Calling knitters, crocheters and crafters to an evening of delicious snacks, creative activity, and lively conversation on the third Thursday of each month from 7:00 to 8:30pm. Bring your favorite beverage (snacks will be provided) to our next meeting on May 16. Whether in progress or completed, bring your projects for show and tell and/or consultation! RSVP to Sally Conway.

Men's Group

This in-person and informal gathering of Trinity men meets every other Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:00pm in the Media Center. Stay tuned to the May meeting dates. Bring your own snacks and drinks. RSVP to Ray Carrato if you plan to attend.

New Adventures

Trinity’s members and friends possess vast expertise, skills, and creativity. Do you or someone you know with a talent or skill they would like to share? Small groups are flexible and can last for one or several meetings, a season, or any timeframe. Both members and non-members may lead. The focus can be hospitality, spiritual formation, fellowship, and more. For example, meditation, walking, book clubs, hiking, gardening, biblical prophecy, cooking, crafts, etc. The topics are endless. Have an idea? Click here for the link to the Small Group Proposal.