We are CALLED TO THE MINISTRY OF CARE AND HEALING BY FOLLOWING THE EXAMPLE OF JESUS.
Caring for the congregation in a time of sickness, loss of a loved one and through life experiences is a way to share Jesus in our everyday lives.
We also offer private healing times where small groups or individuals gather to pray intentionally for those seeking freedom from physical, emotional and spiritual ailments.
As requested, one of our pastoral staff is happy to come visit with you at your home for prayer or a listening ear.
As followers of Jesus, we are called to live into maturity of Christ (Ephesians 4:1-13).
Moving toward this maturity requires learning together from the Bible, praying with one another, worshipping together, and serving together. We call this process spiritual formation. We encourage spiritual formation through small group life, Sunday School and serving together.
Small Group Life
Meeting together in smaller group settings is one way we encourage community and spiritual growth. There are a variety of home-based small groups that meet anywhere from once a week to once a month for fellowship, bible study, around a common interest, or to share a meal together. Information about how to get involved with a small group is available upon request.
Sunday School takes place on Sunday mornings and is a time for engaging with others surrounding a focused topic. There are a variety of classes offered with different teaching styles including defined scriptural based lessons, structured topic based, discussion around common interests/life stages, and special needs oriented.
Opportunities to serve together happen throughout the year both in small group settings and all church experiences. These opportunities range from the annual all church work day to serving at local food banks to building houses in Mexico.
Jr & Sr High Students are often referred to as the "future of the church" and while we embrace this notion we believe that they are indeed an important part in the church of TODAY.
Student Ministries at Trinity Mennonite Church seeks to worshipfully build community, serve in humility, and make disciples out of our students. For more information on the Student Ministries program, please contact James, or you can subscribe to receive the Youth Ministry emails below.
Sr High Youth (9th-12th grade)
Our Sr High youth meet regularly on Wednesday evenings during the school year and on Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM year around. These scheduled meeting times include worship, devotions, Bible study, life application and fellowship. Our Wednesday Night gatherings are on a rotating schedule, the regular rhythm is below:
- 1st Wednesday: Bible Study @ Trinity Mennonite - Gathering at 6:30PM, Meet 7-8:30PM
- 2nd Wednesday: Service Night - Location & Time varies by activity, Contact James or Subscribe below to receive the Sr. High Youth Ministry emails.
- 3rd Wednesday: Bible Study @ Trinity Mennonite - Gathering at 6:30PM, Meet 7-8:30PM
- 4th Wednesday: Special Event! - Location & Time varies by activity, Contact James or Subscribe below to receive the Sr. High Youth Ministry emails.
In addition to these regular meeting times, we also schedule service projects, camps/retreats, and informal social gatherings throughout the year.
Jr High Youth (6th-8th grade)
Our Jr. High youth meet on campus each Sunday morning at 9:00 AM for Sunday School. In addition to these regular meeting times, we also schedule service projects, camps/retreats, and informal social gatherings throughout the year. Follow this link to Subscribe to the Jr. High Youth Ministry emails.
All children are a gift from God!
Our desire is that every child can come learn, participate, and enjoy the authentic, developmentally appropriate experiences that will teach them about God.
Nursery (2yrs old and under)
Children are cared for by volunteers in a safe, caring environment during both Sunday School and the Worship Service.
Sunday School (3yrs old-5th grade)
Sunday School is a great place to learn bible stories and see how God is present and working in our lives today. We follow a developmentally appropriate curriculum for each grade level and have a wonderful group of volunteers leading each set of Sunday School students.
Preschool Children's Church (3-5 yrs old)
Children participate in the larger worship service with their families until being dismissed at a given time to join their peers in a unique worship experience. This time includes singing, a Bible lesson, fun with friends, and space to grow in their knowledge of God's love and care.
SACK - Serving and Caring Kids (Grades 3rd-5th)
SACK meets together once a month for lunch and a service project. The group gathers after the worship service for lunch and fellowship before serving together. Service projects include making homeless kits, care packages for our college students, visiting our older church members, writing notes of encouragement, and much more!