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Small Groups

The purpose of small groups at Trinity is to create gospel-driven communities where the Living God is experienced, the entire community is cared for in every stage of life, and this care is extended to the broader community, for the purpose of bearing Spirit-empowered witness to the love of God.

There is something beautiful that happens in a community when Christ-driven sacrificial love combines with years of experiencing life together through different seasons. When I first came to my small group over five years ago, we had one little one-and-a-half-year-old toddler—now we have seven under seven with two more on the way! These people have seen me through the turbulence of all three years of law school, they have supported me and encouraged me through a clerkship and an uncertain job search, they have carried me through prayer during my first year and a half as a prosecutor of sexual and domestic violence. These are the people I tell first when I have exciting news because I know they will genuinely rejoice in my successes, and they are the first I call in crisis because I know they will come together to meet my needs when I can't meet them myself. I've never felt more at home than I do with these people. Here's to many more years of life together seeking Christ, caring for one another, and seeking the renewal of all things.
—Alex Meador

To sign up for a small group, complete this form.

What can I expect from a typical small group?
A group of 10–12 adults who are:
• committed to studying and applying the scriptures to our lives and praying for each other, our communities, and our world
• willing to meet together weekly for about an hour and a half
• open to folding new people into the group regularly
• serving together in their church and in their community

Can anyone participate in a Trinity small group?
Yes! Small groups are for Trinity members, attenders, and their neighbors.

When/where do small groups meet?
Small groups meet at a variety of times throughout the week, mostly in people’s homes.

Who are the leaders of the small groups?
Small group leaders are members of Trinity. Our leaders have gone through initial training and participate in ongoing leader gatherings.

Are children invited to small group?
Childcare is handled individually by each small group. Groups could decide to hire one babysitter, rotate a parent each week, have an older child from the group watch the younger children, or handle childcare individually.

Resources for small group leaders can be found here.


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