Midweek Wednesday Evenings at Trinity
Starting at 5:00 PM
August 17-November 30, 2022

Join us every Wednesday, August 17 through November 30, for Midweek at Trinity. We have something for everyone at Midweek! Rather than have Church activities spread all over the weekly calendar, we make Wednesdays a priority and seek to keep our weekly activities, as much as possible, limited to this day. Families can come for an ACTION-packed time together on Wednesday evenings and still be home by 7:30 p.m. 

If we can help you connect with a Bible study or small group, please visit our website or call the church office at 334.262.3892.

Midweek Schedule

5:00-6:00 p.m.
Midweek Fellowship Dinner (Trinity Hall)
Serving lines open until 6:15 p.m.
$5 Adults; $4 Seniors (65+)
$2 Children/Youth; $15 Family Maximum
No reservations required.

5:30-7:15 p.m.
Middle and High School Youth (The Frith)

5:45-7:00 p.m.
Child Care (Birth-Age 2)
PSALT: Play, Sing, and Learn Together (Age 3-Grade 5)

5:45-7:15 p.m.
Chancel Choir Rehearsal (Choir Room)

6:00-7:00 p.m.
Adult Bible Studies and Small Groups

7:00 p.m.
Ministry Meetings

Trinity Bookstore

Trinity Bookstore is open until 6:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. The bookstore is conveniently located just inside the Hull Street entrance.


Child Care
5:45 until 7:15 p.m.
Birth-Age 2
Rooms E102-E107

A fully staffed nursery of experienced workers is available. We ask that your children be fed before bringing them to the nursery, with the exception of infants who are being bottle-fed.

Children age 3 through Grade 5 will enjoy a time of play, singing, and learning during our time together at Midweek.

5:45 until 7:00 p.m.

Bible Way
Age 3
Room E105
Cherub Choir
Ages 4-6
Room E212
Seraphim Choir
Grades 1-2
Room E201
Covenant Choir
Grades 3-5
Room E226

PSALT will conclude at 7:00 p.m.
Children will be supervised until 7:15 p.m. as needed.


5:30 until 7:15 p.m.
Middle School (6th-8th Grades)
High School (9th-12th Grades)
The Frith

One of the most crucial elements of spiritual growth is discipleship. Trinity’s Youth Ministry sets aside Wednesday evenings during the school year for our middle school and high school students to meet for Bible study, worship, and fellowship. 

Students meet in the Frith. In this setting, students are given the opportunity to study God’s Word and explore ways to apply it to their daily lives.

Adult Bible Studies and Small Groups

August 17-September 28
Making Melody in Your Heart
The Role of Congregational Singing in Worship
Led by John Weiss | Trinity Hall
The Apostle Paul instructed the Ephesians to address “one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord” (Ephesians 5:19). He also encouraged the Colossians to “let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another…singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God” (Colossians 3:16). This class will analyze examples of congregational singing throughout Scripture, review congregational singing from the New Testament church to today, consider why Christians sing, and suggest ways to avoid conflict over musical style. The class will incorporate talks from Paul David Tripp, John Piper, and others on the significance of singing in worship. 

October 5-November 30
What Does Jesus Mean When He Says, “Follow Me?”

Led by Joe Street | Trinity Hall
Jesus said to Matthew, “Follow Me.” These are two simple words, but in real life, to truly follow Jesus is anything but simple. We will search the Bible to study what Jesus taught about following Him. We will also use books by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, John MacArthur, and John Piper to help us apply these scriptures to our everyday walk of following Jesus. 

August 17-November 30
Evangelism Explosion and Follow-Up Discipleship
Led by James Williams | Room 204
Part one of this class will use the new Everyday Evangelism Student Handbook to springboard conversations to the Gospel. There will be at least two target dates outside of class to follow up with visitors and share the Gospel. Part two will examine steps in leading someone to make a commitment to Christ. Part three, drawn from Dr. R. C. Sproul’s Basic Christianity series, will address follow-up and discipleship of new believers to help them understand what is means to follow Jesus. 

August 17-November 30
Gentle and Lowly
Led by Todd Parsons and Robert McGowin | Westminster Room
This discussion-based class will draw from the book Gentle and Lowly by Dane Ortlund. In Matthew 11:28-30, Jesus describes Himself as “gentle and lowly in heart,” longing for His people to find rest in Him. Ortlund examines many additional Old and New Testament passages that speak of Christ’s affections for sinners and encouraging believers as they journey, weary and faltering, toward Heaven. 

August 17-November 30
Women’s Study
Blessed: Experiencing the Promise of the Book of Revelation by Nancy Guthrie
Led by Carol Jackson and Sarah Muzio | Room 203
This book and video series will cover the full text of the book of Revelation. We will explore the main themes of the book, such as the patient endurance of God’s people in these last days, God’s sovereign judgement, and the wonderful salvation He is bringing as He establishes His kingdom and new creation. Part one, taught in the fall, will cover the first six chapters of Blessed. Part two will be taught in the spring. 

August 17-November 30
Church History in America 2: Electric Boogaloo
Led by Harrison Taylor | Room 202
This course will continue the overview of the history of the Christian Church in America. We will survey the faith as it was transplanted from Europe and was transformed within American soil. Whether we are exploring the significance of Cane Ridge, the role of the Bible in the Civil War, or the Modernist-Fundamentalist conflict, we will discuss the key beliefs, individuals, and processes which shaped the Church and saw Christianity become the driving force in American history. 

August 17-November 30
Every Man a Warrior
Led by Paul Johnson | Room 201
This study will train men, whether new believers or long-time followers of Christ, in the skills to walk with God, succeed in life, and spiritually multiply. This leadership development process will require a commitment beyond the fall semester. Small groups of men will walk together to lay foundational skills and apply them to marriage, raising children, money, work, moral purity, hard times, and making life count. They will then be prepared and challenged to lead other men through this same training. 

Small Groups

Small groups are a wonderful resource to help you grow in your Christian faith, and Midweek is a perfect time for them. If you are already in a small group and want to meet during this time, then we encourage you to do so. If you would like to be in a group, let us know and we will help you find one that is right for you.