This class is for ages 4 and up. Our teachers are enthusiastic to lead our children and youth in faith. (Our Youth Group kids are helping with the class.) This fall we have an exciting opportunity to share God’s love with our children through The Deep Blue Bible Curriculum. Deep Blue is a United Methodist resource that invites kids on Bible adventures through the lens of discovery and excitement. This weekly adventure teaches kids to be Jesus' disciples with engaging animated videos, new music and worship, science experiments, active games and more.
Please join us starting on April 7th as we begin a new study, "Life Lessons from Ephesians: Where You Belong" by Max Lucado. In Ephesians, Paul's letter celebrates the beauty of the church and gives us wonderful examples and an overview of a Christian life. He reminds us that through salvation we become part of God's family: a place where we can experience true belonging. As a class we will study twelve lessons that will take us deep into God's Word as we discuss study questions, inspirational stories, and poignant reflections. Bring your coffee and join us for this great time of Christian fellowship.
The Loyal Hearts Class meets in the Sunday School Room on the east side of the church building, third level, north of the sanctuary. The class will be studying the current Cokesbury Methodist material which in the past has included both Old and New Testament scripture. The class prays together, discusses scripture and enjoys the gift of laughter. An offering is taken each Sunday that is used to support both local and global mission. The class is facilitated by Sue Butler and members who are willing to substitute. Come join us and see what you think!
The Royal Builders Class is the oldest class at Trinity, dating to the mid 1940's. It is located on the Summit St side of the sanctuary overflow room and is also the prayer room. The curriculum is the United Methodist Version of the International Sunday School Lesson which looks at both the historical/biblical context of the scripture and it's meaning for the church in today's world. Much of the time is spent in discussion. It is taught by Helen Dukes, retired teacher and clergywoman, who enjoys the wisdom and insights of the older generation. The class is very small, informal, friendly and welcoming to everyone.