Trinity wants to be a church where people experience the fullness of God’s plan of life together. Church was never meant to be a loose connection of people who just come together occasionally for worship or fellowship. We can’t experience God’s best for our lives independently from one another. God's design, depends on a deep connection with Jesus that forges life-giving connections with others. These connections fuse us together with blessings that give hope, strength, growth, purpose and love to all who stay connected. This is the body of Christ, life together as Jesus intends it, with each part growing to maturity so that the whole body is built up in love.
The Apostle Paul calls the church, “the body of Christ” 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 We are to be functional life giving parts so the world will see the reality of Jesus. When healthy, the body of Christ acts as Jesus bringing transformation.
Small groups are where we connect during the week to socialize, pray for one another, study the Bible, and where we explore together what it means to follow Jesus in our everyday lives.If you’re visiting a small group, you’ll find that you can participate in the discussion as much or as little as you’d like, with any amount of familiarity with the Bible.
This fall, starting October 5/6, Trinity is taking the Red Letter Challenge. We will teach through encourage everyone through the challenge for seven weekends and for seven weeks in small groups.
If you have any questions about group life at Trinity, contact Pastor Tony Dieckmann.