FALL 2017 Session!  (every wednesday night)
Meal served from 5:00 – 6:30p.m.
Classes and Groups for all ages 6:30 – 8:00p.m.
 
DINNER DETAILS
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 5:00-6:30 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. 

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-5th Grade)
Fun, engaging evenings filled with games, crafts, activities … small group time and more. Kids programming is in the gym from 6:30-8:00pm. Check-in begins at the Kid’s Counter at 6:15pm. Group led by children’s ministry TNT team & Lori Grasty
K-5th grade will be in the GYM

(Check-in available starting at 6:15pm)

Childcare:
Ages 0-5 (preK) will be in
“The Pond” room in the Children’s wing.
 
Thrive Student Ministries
(6th-12th Grade)

(Wednesday Nights)
meet in the Youth Center,
in the Trinity Life Center,
Program from 6:30 til 8:00pm.
 

 

September 6 – December 13th 
Meal 5:00-6:30pm
Connection/Group Time 6:30-8:00pm (some groups may be done until January)
 
Adults groups offered this fall:
 
Epitome small group led by Bruce Nowlin (Office Conference Room)
Unpack the upcoming message series 10 Mistakes in a small group. This message series will have small group resources to accompany it. If you want to join in a group to explore a modern look at the 10 Commandments, this is a great option for you!
 
Reformation Study 10 sessions, October 4-December 13 Led by Pastor Sam (E205)
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we will study the important personalities and ideas of the Church’s reforming movement, from its forerunners in Waldo and Wycliffe to its legacy today.
 
Coloring and Conversation (Fellowship Hall) – Led by Amy Matherly 
Any, and all, crafters are invited to collect in Fellowship from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. This includes our Stamping class and our coloring group any others interested. Coffee and desserts will be available. Don’t sit at home and scrapbook, needlepoint or stencil, join in for creative time together. If you need special equipment (cutting board, lighting, water, etc) for your craft, let us know. This fall the coloring class will be offering coloring sheets from “The Book of James Adult Coloring Book”.  
 
Dave Ramsey’s Financial Freedom Class -Led by Tom Jenks (E103)
Individuals & Families. Take Control of Your Money. Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson money class that teaches step-by-step how to create a budget, pay off debt, spend wisely, and save for the future. 
 
The Way of the United Methodist-Led by Bill Klempay (E101)
This group will focus on the history of United Methodist Church, with focus on John Wesley, the American movement, and the doctrine of The UMC. Resources: Living our United Methodist Beliefs by Bishop Kenneth Carder.
 
About the Bible-Led by Terry Kaser (TLC 136B) 
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.
 
Men’s Bible Study-Led by Mark Eades (TLC136C) 
This group of men invites men of all ages to join them. They are reading and discussing a popular book by David Jeremiah. Engage with a vibrant group in healthy discussion and spiritual growth – and fun and fellowship. Be a part of a group that looks out for one another and prays together. Can’t come every week, we understand. 
 
Grief Group, Sept. 27-Nov. 1 -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 grief support group, facilitated by Henri Wesdorp and Sue Burchill, begins 
September 27 during TNT 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 (sue@3umc.org) or Henri (hswesdorp@comcast.net). In order to build an environment where we feel safe sharing deep feelings, we can’t add new members after the first week.
  
Respect Dare (Women’s Group)-Led by Nancy Alig (E203)  
The Respect Dare Group will begin a new book this fall – Love and Respect – by Emerson Eggerichs. The book is built upon the theory that men need respect and women need love, like they need air to breathe. Dr. Eggerichs uses simple examples to illustrate real life situations in relationships and then often connects those situations to the verses in Ephesians and other passages in the Bible. He also gives much practical help for implementing this God-inspired model for marriage.
  
DivorceCare-Led by Kristi Robison & Brandon Watts (Family Ministry Office)
This small group is to provide support, resources and encouragement for anyone going through or who has been through the process of support/separation. For more information or to enroll, contact Family Ministry Director Lori Grasty at lori@3umc.org or call 294-7602 ext. 127. For more information on the DivorceCare program, please visit divorcecare.org
 
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 … 

THRIVE Youth Ministries –  (Youth Center) 6th – 12th grade led by Chloe McLaughlin
 
Trinity KIDS! for K-5th grades (GYM) check-in @ PreK doors beginning at 6:00pm, led by Lori Grasty
 
Childcare ( W104 ) Birth – Pre-K from 5:45-8:00pm. 
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