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Life Groups

We believe that life was never meant to be lived alone.  At Trinity, we love relationships and are committed to walking with each other through the highs and lows of life and faith.

Life Groups are small weekly or biweekly gatherings of people who share life together and to wrestle with practical questions of what it looks like to follow Jesus in the midst of their everyday realities.

Trinity Life Groups are currently active across Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, and Surprise.  For help locating a group in your part of the city, contact the church office.


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Children

Trinity is passionate about forming kids for dynamic faith.  We are committed to your children’s safety and to creating a space they feel deeply loved and excited to come to.

Children’s classes take place every Sunday (9 am – 10 am) for kids from nursery through 5th grade, and we also offer special children’s programming during Sunday morning worship.

Our children’s department also hosts regular family-friendly events and sponsors monthly service events designed to help kids practice faith in action.


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Youth

The mission of Trinity’s youth program is to help students discover and claim faith in Jesus for themselves and to lay the foundation for a lifetime of committed discipleship.

Programming for middle school and high school aged students takes place on Sunday mornings (9 am – 10 am) as well as at weekly, mid-week events.

 


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Adult

There are many opportunities at Trinity for adults to engage each other and to grow in their spiritual journey.

Adult education classes (Sundays, 9 am -10 am) last 4-12 weeks and explore practical matters of Christian faith and practice.  Recent topics have included interpreting the Bible, overcoming fear, how to listen for the Holy Spirit, and exploring how Christians relate to government.  Contact the church office for a list of classes currently running.   

The Trinity Peace and Justice Forum sponsors regular education events that help people learn about vital issues that impact the life and well-being of our neighbors.

Newcomers’ lunches are a great way to get to know our community a little better and meet our leaders, and our regularly-offered Trinity 101 class offers a chance to learn more about what our church teaches and who we believe God is calling us to become.