Trinity Children’s Ministries

“We will not hide these truths from our children but will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the Lord. We will tell of His power and the mighty miracles He did.” (Psalm 78:4)

Mission Statement:

“Partnering with parents in equipping children in God’s Word and for living a life committed to Jesus Christ.”

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Our Weekly Sunday School

Check out our new Sunday School curriculum,The Gospel Story for Kids, by clicking here!

Our curriculum is The Gospel Story for Kids, which is chronological, gospel-centered, and teaches the Word of God in an engaging manner. There are two opportunities for family follow up: Sword Bible Memory (each month’s memory verses) and the companion family devotionals (Old Story New – New Testament, and Long Story Short – Old Testament). Each week, kids preschool-6th grade learn from the same passage of Scripture each service, giving families one Bible lesson to follow up on.

Nursery Ministries

Visit our Nursery Ministries page here!

We provide a loving, clean environment for your precious little ones. You’ll find us near the west end of the Worship Center Lobby. Our Infant Care Room (located around the corner from the Nursery) is available to help you remain connected to the worship service while you comfort your baby in private.


Bible Study Kids: Trinity’s Midweek Children’s Program

This Fall we’ll be learning from the book of James and about Faith That Works!!

BSK meets on Thursdays during Sister to Sister beginning Sept. 13 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. (nursery-homeschool) and 6:30-8:30 p.m. (preschool-4th grade). Our 5th-6th graders attend Thrive on Thursdays (see below for details). Register your children when you register for Sister to Sister.

Questions? Contact Rachael Lenz at

THRIVE: 5th and 6th Grade Midweek Ministry

5th and 6th graders have the opportunity to THRIVE as they have fun building relationships and digging into God’s Word at their own youth group, THRIVE. Join us on Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 117.

For more information, contact Connor Smith.

Wagon Train Summer Camp 2019

We’re so excited about Wagon Train 2019! Wagon Train is a great opportunity for children to learn and grow in their relationship with Jesus, be intentionally discipled, and develop relationships with other Trinity Kids (while having lots of fun along the way!).
Email Kristin Smith at today to request a sign-up link. Space is limited, so be sure to sign up soon!
Ages: Kids going into 4th-6th grade in the Fall of 2019
Camp Dates: July 7-13, 2019
Wagon Train Cost: $500
Informational Meeting: March 3 at 12:15 p.m. in Room 116
Final Balances Due: June 30
Parents and potential campers, please join us for an informational meeting on Sunday, March 3, at 12:15 p.m. in Room 116 to learn more about Wagon Train and the registration process!
Questions? Email Kristin Smith at

Heart of Jesus Ministry:
One on one care for children affected by disability

Our desire is to make it possible for all families to worship at Trinity as part of the Body of Christ. Our model and goal are to integrate children with disability into our Sunday School classes whenever possible with a one on one, trained, background-checked “friend.” Our mission is to teach God’s Word to every child with the love of Jesus in whatever way is optimum for each child.
Please call Jan Joaquin at 930-9058 before the first visit if possible or with any questions.
Joni and Friends Respite Night on February 8
Parents of children affected by disability are invited to enjoy a night out on Friday, February 8, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. while we provide an enjoyable evening for your kids here at Trinity. To register your kids or if you’re interested in serving, contact Jan Joaquin (930-9058). Training provided — please arrive by 5:30 if you are serving.

Library of Family Books and Movies

Come “check out” our books and movies on the blue library cart on the plaza Sunday mornings and in the hallway during the week. We have a large collection of Christian hero biographies and adventure missionary stories as well as other books and movies available for you to borrow and enjoy as a family (books and movies are at different levels so please be aware of appropriateness for young ones). Reading biographies can open your eyes and your children’s eyes as to how YOU can be used by God in His Kingdom work. It is SO encouraging to be reminded of how God uses ordinary people to accomplish His eternal goals. Thank you, Lord!

Recommended Reading & Devotionals

For more information, contact Rachael Lenz at

Event Calendar
Monthly Food Drive