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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.

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Sunday Evening opportunities for Adults:

In February

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.


Trinity is very excited about the new things happening in January. We will no longer be the only people in the building on Sunday nights, we will be joined by kids and adults doing some learning and growing as well!

Our Sunday night gatherings will return on January 5. We will 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.

I am so excited for our new opportunities in learning and how we can grow together!

If you have any questions, please give me a call!
Bryce Miller | (540) 798-0121


Trinity Kids is so excited to begin offering Kids Grow Nights on Sunday evenings starting this January!!

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 first theme is Blast Off!!

Here’s a little preview of what we will be learning in January!

If you’re a grown-up and you’ve been following Jesus for a while, you’ve probably figured out a few ways to grow spiritually. The kids you’re parenting or leading, on the other hand, aren’t grown-ups, so they might need a little help from you to figure out how, exactly, to grow spiritually. So what should spiritual growth look like for a kid? We like to think about it in terms of four spiritual habits. To help a kid grow spiritually, teach them to spend time with God, spend time with others, use their gifts, and share their story.

We are looking forward to Blasting Off! with our kids on Sunday nights!