Find a place at Trinity.
We appreciate your faithfulness and patience with us during the pandemic. Progress continues to be made. We are excited about our reopening beginning June 6. Learn more about the return to Trinity here.
(New Membership Class)We want to invite anyone who wishes to become a member of Trinity UMC to join Discovering Trinity Class. We will study with a book, “The Walk,” written by Adam Hamilton and share an understanding of our beliefs, history, practices, and...
The Dillard Study Group will be conducting an eight-week study of ‘Christian Faith and Public Choices: The Social Ethics of Barth, Brunner, and Bonhoeffer’ by Robin W. Lovin. The study will start on Monday, April 5. Dillard Study Group is a participant-led group...
New Course in September - Disciple: Remember Who You Are On Tuesday, September 15 (7:00 AM) and Wednesday, September 16 (1:30 PM) Pastor Larry will begin Disciple: Remember Who You Are. This 32-week course focuses on the Old Testament Prophets and the Letters of...
When: Sunday Evenings, 5 PM - 5:30 PM (June 9th, the first gathering) Where: Zoom https://zoom.us/join (meeting ID: 6243348408, email Hung Su Lim for password: email@example.com) We want to invite you to join a small group gathering via zoom. In this...
In Pre-COVID Times:
What is a small group?
- A small group is an intentional, interactive, Christ-centered gathering where people share life together.
- The essential elements of a small group are a Christ-centered discussion with prayer, interaction, accountability, and confidentiality. Sharing a meal (“breaking of bread”), Bible study, mission work, and social gatherings are important additional ways for a group to interact and grow in relationship with one another.
We offer groups that meet at Trinity as well as groups that meet off-site. Some groups get together to study, others get together to eat, pray, and care for one another. Let us know what kind of small group you are looking for via our Small Group Interest Form.
Short-Term studies at various times lead by various individuals.
Young Couples groups meet off-site on Sunday evenings.
Adult Sunday School classes meet on Sunday mornings.
Young at Heart is a senior adult ministry that meets monthly at Trinity or off-site for an activity or program.
Trinity has several ongoing open small groups that meet in a variety of locations at a variety of times.
Our women’s Bible study meets Mondays at 9:30 AM. We also have 10 women’s circles that meet at various times and locations.
Trinity has two exercise groups: Chair Yoga which meets Monday and Wednesday mornings and Aerobics which meets on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
3M Bible Study
Meets: Wednesday Evenings
Contact: Judy Oguich
Bible Reading Group
Meets: Friday Mornings
Contact: Hung Su Lim
Douglas Dillard Bible Study Group
Meets: Monday evenings
Contact: Dianne Moore
Early Prayer Group
Meets: Tuesday through Friday mornings
Contact: Hung Su Lim
Join the morning prayer meeting from Tuesday through Friday. It begins at 6:30 AM, lasts about 30 minutes through Zoom conference. As you start your day, this will be a good beginning with prayer. You can join this from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, or Android: https://zoom.us/j/6243348408.
Moms & More
Meets: Tuesday Morning (2 times per month)
Contact: Krystal Hawke
Monday Prayer Group
Meets: Monday Mornings
Contact: Judy Oguich
Pastor's Bible Study
Meets: Tuesday mornings and Wednesday afternoons
Contact: Larry Lenow
Meets: Thursday Mornings
Contact: Janet Hill
The Coakleys (4 Couples)
The Glassmans (Couples with kids and youth)
Weekly Bible Study
Meets: Monday mornings at 9:30 AM
Contact: Deanna McCullough
New Men's Group
Meets: Wednesdays at 6:00 to 6:30 AM
Contact: Paul Brooks
On Wednesday, March 25th, we will start a new men’s group at the Brooks household. The group will meet weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 to 6:30 AM. It will be preceded by an optional workout at the southwest corner of Ridge and River 5:00 to 5:45 AM (wear clothes that can get dirty and gloves).
The purpose of this small group is to invite men along their spiritual journeys in developing their faith. Participants are encouraged to share. It is not required to share (wise men learn by listening), but there is a requirement to allow others to share. What is shared in this group stays with the group; it is a circle of trust.
Is free of charge,
Is based on the Christian faith, but is open to all men,
Is a discussion based on materials provided by Trinity UMC,
Is accompanied by coffee,
Includes communion that is optional and yet open.”