Sunday Small Groups
Adults Raising Kids (ARK) is a new Sunday Small Group at Trinity for parents of younger children. Each Sunday will have a discussion on a contemporary Christian or parenting topic. ARK will also have regular social and service opportunities for Trinity’s families. We invite all adults raising kids to join us and our online community on Facebook!
Location: Red Room, Children's Area (L2)
Trinity Young Adults (TYA) is intended for adults who are young or "young at heart." TYA aims to foster fellowship, friendship, and faith within a small group setting. Sunday gatherings begin with a "check-in" in which everyone briefly tells about any life experiences, professional matters, concerns, or joys that they would like to share with the group. From there the discussion proceeds to a topic of the day, often based on a chapter from a book the group is reading, worship liturgy from the church service that morning or current events of the day. Periodically TYA will arrange additional meetings outside of church - gathering for lunch, a picnic or a fun event like bowling.
Location: Room 112 (L1)
Contact: Meredith Eisinger
The Wisdom of the Word provides an opportunity for fellowship, devotion and Bible study. The class welcomes new and seasoned Bible students and guests of all ages to participate each week.
Location: Room 128 (L1)
Contact: Bob Culwell
Surveying the Bible invites listening, discussion, and application of the weekly Bible study lesson. No previous biblical study required.
Location: Room 118 (L1)
Contact: Rev. Larry Baker
Trinity Transitionals welcomes all participants into sharing and support through informal discussion, Bible study, religious history and doctrine, interfaith exploration and religious expressions through music, arts and popular culture. Drop-ins are always welcome!
Location: Heritage Room (L3)
Contact: Liz Willcockson
Trinity Academy offers an opportunity for intellectual and spiritual growth with four strands of emphasis: The Bible, spirituality, world religions and current theological issues. These strands are presented through the expert leadership of professors from the Iliff School of Theology and other academic and religious institutions. Registration fee of $60/person for the nine-month session covers stipends for our speakers.
Location: Rooms 107-108 (L1)
Contact: Mary Jackson
Living the Journey is a group that appreciates one's individual spiritual journey and understands that faith development encounters various times of questioning, exploring, discerning, and experiencing. Together we creatively engage participants in the continuing development of our faith.
Location: Room 119 (L1)
Contact: Dave Sanger
Homebuilders, tailored to adults with kids, is a place for down-to-earth fellowship, spiritual growth and support.
Location: Room 114 (L1)
Contact: Julie Belcher
2x2s Growing In Faith Together is a group that gathers in any number, welcoming single, married, divorced and widowed individuals who have a wide variety of religious/spiritual backgrounds and beliefs and a desire to spend time together on Sunday mornings and beyond. Most of us are over 50. Sometimes drawing on the gifts and opportunities of midlife, we explore the challenges, benefits and possibilities of faith and create a safe place to share, listen, laugh, cry and connect with each other.
Location: Room 113 (L1)
Contact: Julie Mueller
Intervals of Joy meets on select Sunday mornings and invites all adults interested in music to develop their music skills, study music history and explore spirituality through music. We are very fortunate to have several gifted and accomplished educators lead these classes.
Location: Choir Room (L3)
Contact: Judith Mitchell