Building Community in the Name of the Father, the Son, & the Holy Spirit
In Acts 2:42–47, we learn that the earliest Christian community was devoted to five things: Bible study, community, sharing meals, praying, and reaching out. These five characteristics form the backbone of the vision for Community Groups at Trinity.
It is our hope that Community Groups will become the primary place where you are known and cared for at Trinity. It is within these smaller communities that men and women can build deep relationships and practice applying the gospel to their lives.
Groups can meet anywhere: homes, offices, coffee shops, or even church buildings. All groups are led by trained lay-leaders from the congregation who receive continued oversight and support from pastoral staff.
Sharing Life and Friendship in Christ
Community Groups meet to to study our faith, pray together, share their lives, and reach out together. They also regularly share meals together. These groups facilitate the formation of new friendships in Christ and deepen existing relationships. At Trinity, we are called to Love God, Love People, and Share Life. Community Groups are a vital way that we live into this mission.
If you're interested in joining a Community Group at Trinity, contact Fr. David directly by filling out the form below.