Fellowship

Groups

.Fellowship Groups

We love to come together as a church family to experience Gospel-centered fellowship with one another.
We do this on Sunday mornings during corporate worship and Sunday School classes, as well as through
our midweek Bible studies, discipleship meetings, and other ministry gatherings. All of these meetings encourage and nurture spiritual growth and biblical fellowship within our Trinity family. Another way we are hoping to grow together as a church family is through our In-Home Fellowship Groups. Our groups meet in homes once or twice a month to share a meal, pray together, and talk with one another about the Sunday morning sermon, focusing on ways to apply and live out what we’ve learned and received from God’s Word.

 

The Vision

In keeping with our goal of Gospel-Centered Fellowship, we are encouraging individuals, couples, and families in our church family to meet informally in homes once or twice a month to share a meal, pray together, and talk with one another about the Sunday morning sermon, focusing on ways to apply and live out what they’re learning and receiving from God’s Word.

 

FAQs

When?
Groups will launch in September 2024 and are expected to last until May 2025​.

Where?
Trinity members’ homes.

How Often?
Once or twice a month.

What about children?
Many groups will have families with children.

Who will host and lead?
Our Elders, Deacons, Staff, and other Trinity Members

 

Questions?

Contact Mark Padilla (MPadilla@trinitycc.com)

 

Registration

To register,
1. Click “JOIN”
2. Enter your information with a message including your name and all other individuals you are registering. Please note if you are registering a child.
3. Click “SEND” in the top right-hand corner.

You will receive an email from either Mark or the host with details about your fellowship group.

If you cannot find a group that works, please contact Mark for groups that are not listed that may have availability.

Please note that “childcare” refers to groups that allow children, parents are still responsible for their children while attending the fellowship group.