Trinity offers Sunday School classes for all children ages 3-10 years old during our weekly Traditional, Contemporary, and African Refugee Sunday morning worship services.
There is one youth group for ages 12-18 that meets monthly on last Saturday of the month from 3 to 5 p.m. This time involves fun events and a Bible study. The youth group is also involved with other character building and relationship building events during the month. Some examples are: helping with tutoring, helping with the community meal, camping, sleepover on New Year’s Eve, Fat Sunday Pancake Breakfast, attending concerts, participating in the Hunger Network fundraiser, and babysitting class. To learn more, contact Diane Zellmer at email@example.com.
Trinity offers programs and ministries for children, as well as junior-and senior-high youth. Confirmation for youth takes over a two-year period of group meetings and education sessions. At the end completion of the first year of confirmation, youth are eligible to receive Holy Communion. Youth become members of the congregation at the end of their second year of confirmation instruction. To learn more about this process or enroll your child, call the church office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1999, Trinity has been providing free weekly tutoring to school-aged youth and adults in our community. This is a weekly one-on-one homework help ministry for kids in the community. Educational and fellowship opportunities are also offered for the parents to assist Trinity in building relationships with the families. Tutoring meets during the school year on Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
To learn more about becoming a volunteer tutor or to get tutoring for yourself or someone else, contact Trinity’s Mary Forsythe at email@example.com.