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small groups

Women's Group - Mondays 6:00 p.m. - Continuing 


Thrive is for women seeking support as they deal with anxiety, depression, or other emotional health issues that get in the way of lives, relationships, and faith.


Beginning March 4, we will use the book and study guide, Untangle Your Emotions, to explore the path to a healthy relationship with our emotions. As we discover how to name and navigate our emotions, we’ll learn how they can draw us closer to the God who built us—soul, mind, and heart. For more information contact
Phyllis Castren.

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Men's Group – Mondays 6:30 p.m. -Continues April 8

In Genesis, God pulls back the curtain and reveals humanity's origin story in vivid detail. We see the first days, the first marriage, and the first family. We also see the first sin and how that single sin opened the door to injustice and depravity on a global scale. Thankfully, we also get our first hints of God's plan to restore His fallen creation. His promise of a Redeemer in Eden. For more information contact Pastor Ernie.


Mixed Group – Tuesdays 7 p.m. - Continues April 9

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 p.m.

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For more information contact Lynn Relyea 


Women's Group - Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. - Starts April 10

Women – join us on Wednesday mornings at 10 AM beginning on April 10 in the café area of the church as we study the New Testament book of Galatians together.
What is Galatians about? The followers of Christ there were being led astray by those who taught that believers still needed to abide by the “rules” of the law in order to be made right with God. In this letter to the church Paul strongly reminds them that the gospel is received by grace and faith in Jesus, and that we are made right with God through faith alone, not by following “rules” to earn our salvation. Because of this amazing gift from God we have freedom in Christ, and we have been given the Spirit of God who is in us and helps us to serve one another in love.


This loving, caring group praises God together and prays for each other in addition to our study time. We welcome you to join us! 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 p.m. - Continues April 10 

Fight Club is a men’s group based on Jesus’ teaching that the Spirit of God lives in us, so we can rely on Him to guide us as we fight to be transformed into the likeness of Christ.
This winter and spring, we will be reviewing the book of Luke. Luke, a close friend of Paul, was not one of the 12 disciples, but interviewed many who were eye-witnesses of Jesus's ministry. As a physician, he paid close attention to details so his gospel is carefully attested. His arrangement of the information is distinctive in that he writes to an individual (Theophilus) so the presentation is personal. Only Luke includes many details of the
events surrounding the births of John (Baptist) and Jesus as well as the details of Jesus childhood. Many familiar stories of Jesus ministry come to us through Luke.
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 p.m. - Continues April 10

We will continue with the studying The Book of Acts (Chapters 12 -28) in the new year.  All women are welcome to join us. The Book of Acts centers on  Christ's disciples in the 1st century witnessing and spreading the gospel across the world, in accordance with Jesus's last words before his ascension to Heaven:  "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” (Acts 1:8).


There is a lot happening in the book of Acts, and we'd like our emphasis to be on evangelism - witnessing and sharing the good news of Jesus, e.g. what can we learn from the 1st century Christians about how they fulfilled the great commission (Matt 28:19-20)?  We don't want it to be just a theoretical study and discussion; we'd like us to apply it as we go and JUST DO IT!

Contact Julie Bruechert or Yuliya Scharfy for more information. 


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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