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Engage God's People

At Trinity, we are trying to form fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. We believe that happens best when we Engage God, Engage God's People and Engage the World. 

Engage God’s People:  That which builds Christian community, serves the Body of Christ, equips one another for works of service, and helps to disciple other Christians

In this section, you will find information about how to Engage God's People. From music to health and human care services, there are many ways in which you can Engage God's People with Trinity Lutheran Church.

Adult Ministry  Youth Ministry

Adults

Fellowship with Seniors

Fellowship with Seniors is an opportunity for our senior members to socialize, hear from informative speakers and often play games during meetings. For more information, contact Ruth Schalk.

Health and Human Care Ministry

The purpose of Trinity’s Human Care/Health ministries is to engage and equip God’s people to serve Christ at home, church and within the community. Existing ministry opportunities are identified under the banners of Human Care and Health Care. For more information, visit the Health and Human Care Ministry website.

MOPS

MOPS, or Mothers of Preschoolers, is a safe, supportive environment for mothers of children from birth through kindergarten. The group meets twice a month. For more information, visit the MOPS website. 

MOMSnext

MOMSnext is a group for mothers of school-age children. The group provides a place for mothers to celebrate each other and develop a community of support and develop their faith. For more information, visit the MOMSnext web page. 

Quilters for Lutheran World Relief

The quilters complete quilt tops, pillowcase dresses and britches for those in impoverished countries around the world. If you like to sew, the group meets the third Tuesday of every month at 9:30 a.m. in the Community Center.

Women's League

The Women's League provides an opportunity for women to participate in activities to help grow her faith while demonstrating care to others. For more information, contact Christie .

 Next Generation Ministry

For more information on all of our Next Generation ministry programs, visit the Next Generation page where we have links to our blog and confirmation information. 

Baptism

This two-session class discusses our need for baptism; the role of parents and godparents/sponsors; how to schedule a baptism; how parents and Trinity can work together to nurture the newborn faith; as well as a walk through of the baptism celebration used at Trinity. For more information, visit the Baptism web page.

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Sunday school for children in grades Kindergarten – 5th grade. For more information, contact Jeremy Ashley

Preschool Sunday School

Sunday School for our 3 and 4 year olds.  It's music, art, laughter, education, games, crafts, Bible stories, and more. For children age 3 by August 1 and potty trained and age 4.  Meet in the school Kindergarten classroom. For more information, contact Michelle Laskowski

Vacation Bible School

For more information, visit the Vacation Bible School website.

Trinity Early Childhood Center

Offer Christ-centered care for children from six-weeks to 14 years-old through childcare, preschool, before and after school extended day programs and summer camps. For more information, visit the Early Childhood Center website. 

Special Events

Throughout the year, Trinity hosts special events, such as the Parish Pizza Pumpkin Picnic, Bethlehem Breakfast, daddy-daughter dance, Kite Day and even an all-day crop hosted by MOPS. Check Today at Trinity for information on upcoming events. 

Faith Stepping Stones©

Through the Faith Stepping Stones, children and their parents celebrate faith development milestones, beginning to baptism, a baptism remembrance service on the first Sunday after Epiphany, First Bible Class to teach second-graders and their parents how to use the Bible, First Communion and Confirmation. To learn more about the activities, visit the official Faith Stepping Stones website.

Devotional Materials

Trinity provides resources for families to not only grow in love and knowledge; but also ways to live out their faith as they share and serve God.  These resources are available throughout the year; but especially during Advent and Lent.  They can be found in the foyer near the church bag trees. For more information, email Jeremy Ashley or call 586-463-2921 ext. 142.

Parenting Class

Christ centered parenting classes are offered periodically.  To learn more contact our Minister for Adult Education and Family Life,   at 586.463.2921 ext. 108. Trinity is also a host site for STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) sponsored by CARE (Community Assessment for Referral and Education).  For information on the next class to be offered at Trinity contact CARE