As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.

Proverbs 27:17

At Trinity, we believe the Holy Spirit works out significant spiritual growth in small groups of people within the church. Communities are a place for relationships to begin and deepen – for vulnerability, acceptance, and growth.

The primary meeting time for adult community at Trinity is during the Sunday School hour each week. We also have small group options through our Men's Ministry & Women's Ministry. Through these pathways, we seek to cultivate a community of Christ followers who share in God's work of renewal by grace. 

Sunday school

Join us for our Spring Classes: 

  • 1 Timothy, led by Bill Brewbaker, Norman Crow, Brent Pettus, and Daniel Pruet in Room 102
This letter to Timothy is among Paul’s most personal and practical epistles. The apostle writes to instruct a younger follower of Jesus in the importance of sound doctrine and to urge him to rebuke false teaching. This accessible study will explore how 1 Timothy exhorts all Christians to protect and pass on the true gospel of Jesus Christ, which has the power to save and transform sinners. We hope you’ll join us!

  • (The Surprising Good News of) the Fear of the Lord, Led by Greg Meyer in Room 104
    We all have experienced fear at some point. And if we are honest, we don’t usually think of fear as a good thing. So why does the Bible call us to fear the Lord? In this class, we’ll explore how the fear of God is not a gloomy fear marked by anxiety but a heartfelt and happy enjoyment of God as Creator and Redeemer. In fact, as we learn more about the surprising good news of the fear of the Lord, we will discover the vital role we play in displaying to the world the awesomeness of our God. Come learn and grow with us!

These communities are intergenerational.  Join us downstairs at 9 AM!

College students: we have a class for you! – Join us in sanctuary after the worship service for a discussion of that morning's sermon.

Men's & Women's Ministry

Our Men's and Women's Ministries exist to establish community through Bible Studies, Small Groups, and other social events throughout the year. 

Luncheon Club

On the last Thursday of every month, our senior adults gather for lunch at a member's home for fellowship.