Meal starts at 5:00 p.m. and you can find out more details about all the groups and classes being offered this fall.
(September 12 – December 12, except November 21st)
Meal served from 5:00 – 6:15p.m.
Classes and Groups for all ages 6:00 – 7:30p.m.
Each Wednesday Night @ Trinity, we offer a home-cooked meal. We have a professional and skilled team that provides this for an affordable cost/suggested donation. If you can’t afford the costs, or it’s your first time, this meal is our gift to you!  The meal is held from 5:00-6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall. Suggested donation of $6/person, $20/max a family.    
Frequently asked Questions:  
Is this a carry-in?
Nope! This is a full service meal. 
Is this served family-style?  Nope! We have a serving line and then you can chose where you’d like to sit in the Fellowship Hall. 
What if my kids’ are picky-eaters (or I am)? 
That’s OK! We have lots of options! Each week there is a warm meal with a vegetable side, a salad bar including lettuce and toppings and 2-3 other salad options. There is also a delicious dessert selection each week and coffee, water, lemonade and milk for beverages. Kid friendly option available every week.
What about food allergies?  At this time, we do not have a gluten-free option. However, our kitchen team can share the contents of any meals that you need information on. And we have salad options every week. 
Kid’s Program: (K-4th Grade)
(Check-in starting at 5:45pm at the Kid’s Counter)
Fun, engaging evenings filled with games, crafts, activities … small group time and more. Kids programming is in the gym from 6:00-7:30pm.


Ages 0-5 (preK) in
“The Pond” room in the Children’s wing.
5th-8th Grade (Wednesday Nights)
meet in the Youth Center,
in the Trinity Life Center,
Program from 6:00 til 7:30pm.
Wednesday Nights will start on September 12th through December 12th
Meal 5:00-6:15pm Connection/Group Time 6:00-7:30pm
Adult groups offered this fall:
You’re Invited!  -Led by Bryan Wisdom (Chapel) You’re invited to coffee and conversation, listening and questioning, as we explore faith together. You’re invited especially if you’re new to Trinity, new to Jesus, or new to the Bible. But everyone is invited to be with us as we take a look at the big picture of the Bible story—all the way from Genesis to Revelation in 10 weeks!
PG-13 (Parent Group) -Led by Scott and Megan Hartman (TLC109) Guiding Children Over Bumps in the Road
Crafting and Coloring -Led by Amy Matherly (TLC136B)
This group not only provides an outlet for those who like these crafts but also is a place of great fellowship.  We craft AND we laugh!  The Christmas Wreath weeks will allow us to refurbish and update our church wreaths which were beautiful years ago when they were made but are now looking poorly.  If you love to see the church decorated for Christmas, you’ll enjoy this activity.
Faithful Next Steps -Led by Bruce Nowlin (TLC136C)Committed to Christ invites all of us to be fully committed to Jesus in all aspects of life.  Everyone..the young; the old, those engaged in a fulfilling career; those at loose ends, uncertain of what awaits them; those going through times of crisis; and those going through life on auto pilot …. Will be encouraged by the idea that Jesus might actually expect more, and we can respond prayerfully and honestly.
Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace U. -Led by Tom Jenks (E203) We are hosting a Financial Peace University group that starts Sept 12th and we’d love for you to join us. The group goes through a step-by-step plan to take control of your money. It’s on ?Wednesday Nights at 6?:?30? ?PM. We are really excited about it and can’t wait to get started! You can register for the group here: REGISTER. Let us know if you have any questions..
Men of Trinity -Led by Tom Shultz (E103)
The mission of Men of Trinity is to help: 1) Men grow spiritually, 2) Promote faith thru discipleship, 3) Unite men to Christ thru Fellowshipping and Service.
About the Bible -Led by Terry Kaser (E101) 
Are you new to reading the Bible? This is a great starting point! Go behind the scenes to make sense of the context of the stories and lessons. Great resources and illustrations. This small group is for anyone.
Marriage Improvement (married couples) -Led by Mark & Delicia Huckleberry (E205)
Men’s Bible Study -Led by Mark Eades (Main Office Conference Room) 
This group of men invites men of all ages to join them. Our group comprises men of various ages looking to broaden their understanding of the bible through the knowledge and expertise of theological experts. In this study, Dr. Jeremiah will introduce our group to God’s knowledge, all pervasive presence, holiness, love, and other qualities that make our heavenly Father who HE is. This is Dr. David Jermiah’s new 12 lesson DVD-open discussion study from his book “The God You May Not Know”. Workbooks will be available for $10. Be a part of a group that looks out for one another and prays together. Can’t come every week, we understand. 
Respect Dare (Women’s Group) -Led by Nancy Alig (TLC136A)  
We are a fellowship of ladies seeking to become the respectful wives God calls us to be. Our goals include understanding more about God’s plans for marriage, our husbands’ needs and desires, and how we can better support each other in our marriages. We also laugh a lot and enjoy our bowls of chocolate candy!
Gardening Class -Led by Amy Matherly (E201)
Grief Group -Led by Sue Burchill & Henri Wesdorp (E204)
Have you lost a loved one to death? This experience can be very isolating, and friends often don’t know how to help. Trinity’s Touchstones grief support group, facilitated by Henri Wesdorp and Sue Burchill, begins September 12 during Wednesday Night @ Trinity and provides a safe and nurturing environment with others who are in the same boat. Your loss does not need to have been recent to join—you just need to have a desire to explore and share with others. We use short video segments, discussion, and prayer as our tools. We do ask that you register in advance by simply calling the church office (294-7602) or emailing Sue ( or Henri ( In order to build an environment where we feel safe sharing deep feelings, we can’t add new members after the first week.
Pilates -Led by Vickie Gross (Welcome Café) 
Our Fitness Ministry program offers classes to help you strengthen your body and can be adapted for all ability levels or physical limitations. Join this healthy environment of positive people to uplift you. No membership required – first class is free – come try for yourself! Classes are $5/each or buy a punch card for $40 for 10 classes or an 30 day unlimited class card for $50.   If you buy a class punch card, it is good for any class. Pilates is a series of exercises performed slowly to strengthen and tone the entire body.  Connecting breath to movement, you will achieve strength, flexibility and improved body alignment. Bring a non-slip mat, and wear clothing you can move in. 
Choir -Led by Michelle Beyler (Sanctuary)
A primary goal of chancel choir is to prepare weekly to lead worship at the 9:00 service. During this time together, we enjoy bonding through sharing the share the ups and downs of our faith journeys. It is a source of encouragement as we pray together and sing wonderful lyrics, enjoying many musical styles such as classic, gospel, modern ballads, and current choral composers. Don’t worry if you’ve not been in a choir for a while – you’ll be surrounded by people delighted to help you out! We invite you to join us! 
and for Youth & Kids …
Trinity Student Ministries –  (Youth Center) 5th – 8th grade led by David Papet and Jessica Wileman
Trinity KIDS! for K-4th grades (GYM) check-in @ PreK doors beginning at 5:45pm, led by Nicki Kucala 
Childcare ( W104 ) Birth – Pre-K from 5:45-7:30pm. 
New this fall, for our childcare – Date Night/Take-A-Break Night! Pick up a card at a check-in area and return to our childcare room or Lori Grasty