Evenings at Trinity Starting at 5:00 PM
August 11-December 1, 2021
Life and ministry are often busy and hectic. At Trinity, we have adopted the ACTION philosophy for weekly activities — All Church Things In One Night. 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 Wednesday evenings and still be home by 7:30 p.m. Make Midweek a priority!
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 reservation required.
Middle and Upper School Youth (The Frith)
Child Care (Birth-Age 2)
PSALT: Play, Sing, and Learn Together (Age 3-Grade 5)
Chancel Choir Rehearsal (Choir Room)
Adult Bible studies and Small Groups
Trinity Bookstore is open until 7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. The bookstore is conveniently located just inside the Hull Street entrance.
5:45 until 7:15 p.m.
A fully staffed nursery of experienced workers is available. We do ask that your children be fed before bringing them to the nursery, with the exception of infants who are being bottle-fed.
Children’s Midweek Schedule
Children age 3 through Grade 5 will enjoy a time of play, learning, and singing during our time together at Midweek. All children begin their time with play. Parents, please take your children to the following play area after dinner:
- Three Year Olds — Room E105
- Preschool and Kindergarten — Playground (or Rainforest Room on the 3rd Floor/Covenant Building in the event of inclement weather)
- 1st-5th Grades — North Lawn (or Westminster Room in the event of inclement weather)
Play — 5:45 until 6:00 p.m.
Learn — 6:00 until 6:30 p.m.
Sing — 6:30 until 7:15 p.m.
- Cherub Choir (Ages 4-6) — Room E212
- Seraphim Choir (Grades 1-2) — Room E201
- Covenant Choir (Grades 3-5) — Room 226
Middle School (6th-8th Graders)
High School (9th-12th Graders)
5:30 until 7:30 p.m.
One of the most important 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
The Gospel According to Genesis
Trinity Hall | Patrick Curles
Jesus Christ is the center of the scriptures, and the gospel of Jesus Christ is the grand theme running throughout God’s Word. In fact, Genesis 3:15 (“And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; He will crush your head, and you will strike His heel.”) is known in Christian theology as the protoevangelium, the “first gospel.” Beginning from this scripture, we will trace the themes of the gospel in Genesis through the lives of Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and others, taking note not only of the gospel of grace, but how all of these stories point us to the Lamb Who takes away the sin of the world.
The Life of Paul
Room 201 | Joe Street
For centuries, Paul, the apostle who “saw the light on the Road to Damascus” and made a miraculous conversion from zealous Pharisee persecutor to devoted follower of Christ, has been one of the church’s most widely cited leaders. While his influence on Christianity has been profound, God also used him as one of the most effective and influential intellectuals in human history. This class explores the primary themes in Paul’s thoughts as they developed in the historical context of his life and travels.
Fault Lines by Voddie Baucham
Room 202 | Hous and Tami Waring • Stephen and Sarah Barry Spooner
This powerful book by pastor, professor, and leading cultural apologist, Voddie Baucham, explains the idea that a sinister worldview exists behind the social justice movement. It has quietly spread like a fault system, not only through our culture, but throughout the evangelical church in America. He details the devastation it is already wreaking—and what we can do to get back on solid ground.
Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin
Room 203 | Heather Carroll and Lynn Henry
We all know it’s important to study God’s Word. But sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. What’s more; a lack of time, emotionally driven approaches, and past frustrations can erode our resolve to keep growing in our knowledge of Scripture. How can we, as Christian women, keep our focus and sustain our passion when reading the Bible? Offering a clear and concise plan to help women go deeper in their study of Scripture, this book will equip you to engage God’s Word in a way that trains your mind and transforms your heart.
Spires Room | Tommy Bopp, Tim Howe, and Fred Johnson
Begins September 8
WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY? It’s all about one life, the life of Jesus, and it can be summed up in the answers to three questions: Who is Jesus? Why did He come? What does it mean for us? Christianity Explored Ministries helps people to meet Jesus in the pages of the Bible.
GPS (Guided Parenting Systems): License to Thrive
Parenting: The Teen Years (Ages 13-18)
Room 204 | Richard and Alisa Jones, Megan and Blake Smith
The teenage years often present difficulty for parents. As a person passes from childhood into adulthood, the transition can be tumultuous. We should be shocked and saddened by the cultural cynicism toward these years. They are viewed as a chaotic period to be survived. Teenagers are portrayed as objects that need to be controlled and restrained. This view is wholly unbiblical. Therapists (Jones) and teachers (Smiths) who have spent hundreds of hours with teenagers will explore what Scripture has to say about parenting. Instead of trying to control behavior, God gives us the opportunity to expose our child’s heart, and to help them receive the abundant grace of Jesus Christ and find their identity in Him.
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 (men’s, women’s, or couples’), let us know and we will help you find a group that is right for you.
To connect with a Small Group
Contact Becky Canerday (email@example.com) for assistance.