At Trinity we welcome all Children and Families!
We offer many fun programs specially focused on Children and Families.
We hope that you will join us to see all of the exciting things that are happening!
Register now for the 4:00 pm Christmas Eve Program!
Each year many hours are spent preparing for the Children’s Christmas Eve Program. With just a few short months until Christmas, it is important that we get preparations underway. Since most of the rehearsals and costume prep work will take place during the Faith Connections hour, it is very important that our leaders know what each kid is planning for Christmas Eve. Therefore, we are asking that each member of our Faith Connect Kids! group fills out a form to let us know their plans for Christmas Eve – even if you are not attending! This way we can group the kids accordingly on Sunday mornings and make sure that each kid is where they need to be.
If you are NOT currently registered for Faith Connect Kids! classes, you are still more than welcome to join us on Christmas Eve. Please just be aware, that our rehearsals will occur during those Sunday morning hours.
If your child would like to be considered for a speaking role, we would ask that you submit the form below before Sunday, November 10th. If your child is not interested in having a speaking role, please submit the form by Friday, November 29th. Please complete a form for each child in your family.
Faith Connections Classes Happening NOW!
Faith Connections are informal, interactive groups designed to deepen your relationship with God and others. Our hope is that by participating you will become UNITED with God and one another, and feel EMPOWERED
to WORSHIP, CONNECT, and SERVE with us here at Trinity and in the world.
Parenting with you – each step of the way!
You’re not in this alone! Being a parent can be exciting, joyful, frustrating, and downright complicated. Trinity wants you to know we’re with you each step of the way. You’re doing good work! Visit our Parents page for more articles and helpful links.
Faith Connections for Parents and Families!
Parent Cue 1: The 5 Love Languages of Children
You know you love your child. But how can you make sure your child knows it? Discover how to speak your child’s love language in a way that he or she understands. This group will use the #1 New York Times bestselling book “The 5 Love Languages of Children” to help parents learn the secret to building a foundation of unconditional love for their children. Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 am.
Parent Cue 2: Parenting through the Phases
You have approximately 936 weeks from the time your child is born until he or she moves on to what’s next. It goes by fast, and kids change and grow quickly.This small-group study will help you discover what’s changing about your child, the six things he or she needs most, and four parent-child conversations to have in each phase of those 936 weeks as a parent. Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 am.
Praise and Play (With Me!) NEW!
Little ones – bring your favorite adult play partner out for a morning filled with activity centers, stories, songs, and fun! This time together allows children (birth – pre-K) and adults to engage with others as they explore basic faith concepts. This class will be held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 9:30 – 10:30 am. Drop in any week and bring friends! Location: Room 122
Blog articles and other helpful resources!
Creating a New Back To School Rhythm
A new school year means a new family rhythm. Mornings, afternoons, and evenings look different. Use these tips to help your preschooler, elementary, middle schooler, or high schooler adjust to the new routine . . . and help everyone keep their sanity during the transition.
How to Read Better Bedtime Stories
When my wife and I told people that we were going to have a baby, they often asked what I was most looking forward to about being a new parent. My answer? The tax exemptions. I’m only kidding; my wife is a CPA, so that was always her answer.
No, I most looked forward to reading bedtime stories to my daughter. Once she was born, I proceeded to do just that. Even though she doesn’t yet understand the words, reading together has helped us to connect. And I ought to know the importance of stories because I wrote a book about it. (Read More)
Why You Should Let Your Kids See You Do Something You Love
I can count on one hand the amount of things I love more than I love Zumba. Zumba and me go way back: I started taking the fitness class at a point in my life when I was the most downtrodden I’d ever felt—I had been laid off from my first job after college and had been struggling for a year to find work. I didn’t have much, but I did still have my YMCA membership through my parents. I tentatively took first class and have been shaking to my heart’s ever since, even becoming an instructor back in 2012. (Read More)