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Mixed Group - Sundays 8:30 am - Begins January 15

This group is about relationships. Relationships are vital in every area of life. Whether it is a relationship with your spouse, a co-worker, family or friend, relationships are vital to becoming a whole person. This group will help you build, strengthen and heal your relational connections. Keep Your Love On is a mind-set. It's something no one can make you do and no one can keep you from doing.

We will meet before church each week 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 am in the living room. Contact Pastor Ernie with any questions. 


Women's Group - Mondays 6:30 pm - Begins January 16

Thrive is for women seeking to manage anxiety, depression, or other emotional health issues that get in the way of lives, relationships, and faith. We will meet at 6:30 pm in person and on zoom to work through the Thrive: Living Resilient and Renewed workbook.
Our goal is to find healthy solutions for our hearts and minds, building faith and relationships. We’ll discuss things like safety with God, tools to respond well in a stressful situation, how to relax your body in a moment of anxiety, how to develop life-giving friendships and improve our health habits. ​

For more information contact Phyllis Castren.

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Men's Group – Mondays 6:30 pm - Begins January 16

Following on from Pastor Malcolm’s The Big Picture, this group will be looking at The Big Text. This men’s small group will focus on one huge foundational Bible text each week. The verse will act as the basis of our understanding of a particular crucial Bible concept, from which we will use other scripture to understand.

There will be opportunities to discuss and ask questions. The course is designed to give each attender a strong basic understanding of what Christianity is, what the main message of the Bible is, and how we should live our lives within that understanding.

For more info contact Pastor Malcolm.


Mixed Group – Tuesdays 7:00 pm - Continues January 17

This season we will be working our way through the prophetic books of the Bible in chronicle logical order. We will explore questions like:
• Why did God send these prophets?
• What was the message they delivered?
• Are these ancient messages still relevant for us today?
This study will primarily be hosted in Pastor Cory’s backyard, on Tuesdays at 7 PM.

For more information contact Pastor Cory at


Mixed Group – Tuesdays 7:00 pm - Begins January 17

Come and learn about the bible through the cultural mindset of the original hearers. Your eyes will be opened to deeper meaning of Genesis and Exodus. Each week we will listen to a podcast from BEMA Discipleship and then discuss. This will be a hybrid meeting - in person or on Zoom. Tuesday 7-9 pm starting Jan 17 in Room 203.

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For more information contact Lynn Relyea.


Women's Group - Wednesdays 10:00 am - Begins January 11

Women! Join us for our new study on 1 John beginning 10 AM Jan. 11! We meet in the Trinity Courtyard (with heaters). This is a group of wise and caring women. We always take time to praise God and pray for each other. We’d love for you to be part of our group!


1 John is written to show us God’s great love for us and how we are to walk in that love for Him and for others. As we discuss these verses, we’ll learn to know light from darkness, truth from the lies of this world, how to love and not hate, and how to walk in righteousness, faith and joy in fellowship with God, with His Son Jesus Christ and with one another.


If you have questions or if you plan to come, please contact: Sue Thayer,  Barbara Ho or
Bonnie Wilburn .

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Men's Group - Wednesdays 6:30 pm – Begins January 18

This Winter the Fight Club will review the first 8 of the 16 chapters of Mark. The Fight Club is a men’s group focused on supporting one another as we follow the leading of the indwelling Holy Spirit, letting Him transform us from the inside out. In Mark’s gospel, Jesus is described as the Servant of the Father. He is God’s workman. When the Father
speaks, Jesus responds. Unlike John, Mark focuses more on the deeds of Jesus than on His Words. Mark’s gospel is considered to be substantially influenced by Peter, and is generally considered to be the First of the Gospels, written closest in time to the actual ministry of the Messiah.

We would love to have you join us on Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 8PM in room 203 across from the Worship Center, or via Zoom. If you have questions, would like to join us in person or need the Zoom link, please contact Jim Thayer. 


Women's Group - Wednesdays 6:30 pm – Continues January 18

This Winter, we will continue to “fix our eyes on Jesus” and drawing closer to Him as we finish reading through the gospel according to Mark.  We pray that through the personal Bible reading and reflection, and the group discussion, each of us will be growing in the knowledge of Jesus, in joy, gratitude, and praise for who He is and what He has done for us, and how we are to walk in “the dust of the Master”.  We will begin on January 18, and will continue on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm. vis Zoom and in-person as well.

For more information, contact Julie Bruechert. or Yuliya Scharfy


Mixed Group - Thursdays 6:30 pm - Continues January 19

Revelation does not originate or begin anything, but it brings to complete conclusion what began somewhere else in Scripture. At least ten great subjects of prophecy find their fulfillment in Revelation. It is like an airport with ten great airlines coming into it. We need to understand where each began and how it was developed as it arrives in Revelation. There is no guarantee that at the end of our time you will understand every aspect of
the book of Revelation, but rather that you will experience the blessing that John promises all who read it. We will be meeting at the church in room 203.

For the address or more information contact Pastor Joel.


Mixed Group - Thursdays 7:00 pm - Begins - January 19

This small group will meet on Thursday nights for the purpose of strengthening couple relationships and will reinforce good habits towards your partner. The material is taken from Prepare Enrich, one of the most highly esteemed relational surveys for couples used in premarital and marital coaching. Join us for a twelve-week long group session starting Thursday January 19th, from 7-8:30 pm at the home of Jim Asselin

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Men's Group - Fridays 7:00 am - Ongoing

You are invited to meet with us on Fridays, 7 am at the Bean Scene Coffee Shop, downtown Sunnyvale. BIG meets for fellowship and to help apply a biblical worldview to our lives. We consider Sunday's sermon in guiding our discussions.

Bring a friend and enjoy some coffee. For more information contact Jim Asselin.


Next Class -To Be Determined

Are you looking to discover more about Trinity Church or perhaps you would like to get more involved?  Whether you are looking to join the church or simply get more information, we would like to invite you to join the Discovery class led by Pastor Joel King.  This is a 2.5 hour workshop, including lunch, where you can ask questions and find out more about . . .

  • What Trinity Church is trying to accomplish

  • Our core values and beliefs

  • And how to get more involved

  • Learn about church membership

For more information or to arrange for childcare please contact Julie Bruechert.  

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