Sunday Evenings 

Small Groups | Kids | Students

Sunday Evening Opportunities

As we strive to become a community of love and faith where people share their faith and grow spiritually together, we are excited to begin our new Sunday Evenings. We have programs for every age and opportunities to meet you wherever you are on your faith journey.

Adults will have the opportunity to grow and connect through classes. Nursery care is available.

Through small groups and confirmation, students will find community and begin taking ownership of their spiritual life.

Kids will learn Bible stories, play together, and further develop relationships in small groups (grouped by age).

Sign Up for Sunday Evening Opportunities

All are welcome to participate in Sunday Evening Opportunities. Adults and kids should sign up for the study, small group, or age group they will be attending.

Sign Up: February ClassesSign Up: March Classes

Sunday Evening opportunities for Adults:


Explore Faith Class 2 (Alpha Group) 

Facilitator: Debbie Stocks
Date: Feb. 9 – Mar. 1 (4 weeks)
We continue our Alpha Group in February. All are welcome! We will explore the topic “Finding God”. Each week, we’ll meet to pray, review a short video of others, all around the world, speaking about their experiences with faith and finding God in this life, and discuss God in our world in a relaxed, low key, friendly and fun atmosphere. Some of the weekly study titles are as follows: “Is There More to Life Than This?”, “Why and How Do I Pray?”, “How Does God Guide Us?”, “How Can I Have Faith?”
We hope you’ll invite your neighbors and friends to come join us.

Matthew Gospel – The Magna Carte of the Kingdom
Facilitator: Doug Hill
Date: Feb. 15 – March. 9 (4 weeks)
A few weeks study of the sermon on the mount, Matthew 5 – 7, February 15 – March 9. The class will focus on the Jewish background and theology of the teaching of Jesus.

Dare to Be Uncommon: Character Building Challenge with Coach Tony Dungy
Facilitator: Chris Smith
Date: Feb. 9 – Mar. 1 (4 weeks)
Take it from Super Bowl-winning coach Tony Dungy. You don’t achieve real significance by following the crowd, but by building character that honors God, even when it means standing against the tide of popular opinion. Join us for Dare to Be Uncommon, a four-session character-building challenge that will help you make wise, God-honoring choices, every day of your life.


Sticky Faith Family Training
Facilitator: Corey Booker
Date: Mar. 1 – Mar (5 weeks)

Through a compelling blend of real-life stories and interviews with parents, this new five-week video curriculum drops you into the latest national family research, and into the hearts of parents discussing their own struggles, successes, and ideas that have shaped lasting faith in their own families. Join Kara Powell and a host of parents like you in a fresh, honest look at parenting strategies. Discover new ideas that work and create a personalized plan for integrating those ideas into your own family routine.

Discovering Trinity
Facilitator: Hung Su Lim
Date: Mar. 8 – Mar 29 (4 weeks)

This class is a four-week membership class. We’ll get to know who we are as a church, our mission & vision, and how to get connected. We’ll also learn about the history of our church, how it’s structured, our beliefs as a community of faith.

A Study of John Wesley, A Heart Transformed Can Change the World
Facilitators: Mary and JD Neary
Date: Mar. 8 – Mar 29 (4 weeks)

Step into 18th century England and experience the transformation of John Wesley, whose search for peace haunts him even as he pours himself into a life of service and evangelism. Wesley’s search for faith ends in his discovery of God’s grace, and his core beliefs became the bedrock of our Methodist faith. This four-week course will explore Wesley’s spiritual struggles, presented in 4 sections of a movie. We will watch the segments and discuss Wesley’s life and faith, connecting his struggles with our own while learning more about the founder of our denomination.

Facilitator: Karen Van Kirk
Date: Mar. 8 – Mar 29 (4 weeks)

You will learn the very basic techniques in using watercolors, color mixing and create a few simple paintings. A few items that you will need to bring (put them in a shoebox if you want): an old shirt or apron, some paper towels, pencil and good eraser, large plastic cup for water, styrofoam plate (white) for mixing paints, cardboard 8×10 inches or 11×14 inches, watercolor brushes if you have them and a watercolor paints from your child’s art supplies. Come enjoy and have fun!

Sunday Evening opportunities for Students:

We are no longer the only people in the building on Sunday nights, we will be joined by kids and adults doing some learning and growing as well!

On Sunday nights we gather at 5:00 PM for dinner and then explore what our identity is and what we are called to do as followers of Jesus. Exploring identity brings a whole set of questions like; Who is Jesus? Who am I? Who are we? What does being a Christian mean to my identity?

This will be open to all ages, 6th-12th, but if our high schoolers would like to learn something new with a different feel, they can come to dinner at 5:00, and then participate in an adult class from 5:30–7:00 PM.

(Students don’t need to sign up to participate in Sunday night gatherings.)


 New in February

 Daniel Berlin will be teaching a 4-week study of The Gospel as taught by the Apostle Paul, from his letter to the Galatians.  February 9th through March 1st from 5:30-7:00, room TBD.  Meetup at 5:30 in Trinity Hall.



Sunday Evening opportunities for Kids:

Trinity Kids continues Kids Grow Nights in February!!

Here are our rooms and locations:

  • Infant Nursery: birth through 2 years old
  • Room 208: 3 – 5 years old
  • Mastin Room: Kindergarten through 5th grade
    (After a large group gathering time, kids will break down into smaller groups by their grade levels)

Each month, we will have a new theme on Kids Grow Nights. Our February theme is: “Real Love”


We are here to journey together.

Sign Up: FebruarySign Up: March