Wednesdays – March 4, 11, 18, 25 and April 1
Dinner opens at 5:30 pm, Programs begins at 6:30 pm
Join us “in-between” work commitments, chores, doctors appointments, carpools, and practice schedules. In the midst of our hectic modern lives God is calling us to make space for Faith, and take time to breathe. Wednesday Connect is the perfect opportunity to take the break you need to connect with friends and family over a good meal and a shared learning opportunity.
Everyone needs to eat dinner! Let us handle the cooking!
Research proves that FAMILY DINNERS are important, but weekdays are hectic. We understand! So, leave the cooking to us. You can meet here for dinner and then head off to your activities OR stay and enjoy one of our programs! Dinner will open every night at 5:30 pm. If you have an allergy, or special diet, please let us know when you register.
March 4 – Pasta & Salad Bar
March 11 – Chili & Hot Dog Bar
March 18 – Taco / Fajita Bar
March 25 – Pork BBQ and Mac & Cheese
April 1 – Breakfast for Dinner!
Cost of Meal each week: Adults $8; Children 6-12 – $5; Children under 6 eat FREE
Maximum cost per family is $20 per week. You may pay online when you register or at the door.
Connect and Learn
Join us for one of our wonderful programs being offered this year during Wednesday Connect. Programs will begin at 6:30 pm.
Learn about the subtle, and not so subtle, differences in beliefs among our Christian friends. Join Pastor Brock as we look at denominations including Lutheran, Orthodox and Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Amish, Mennonite, Pentecostal, Baptist, and Methodist. We will begin this class with a history of the Christian church and explore how the different denominations came to be what they are today.
If Money Talked
If you invited money to pull up a chair and give you its best advice, you might be surprised that what it would say is pretty close to what Jesus did say two thousand years ago. It turns out, that the secret to financial success isn’t a secret at all. It’s just not at all what we expect. In this four-session study, Andy Stanley offers an approach to money management that will make your life better and make you better at life. Whether you have a lot or a little, are a spender or a saver, you’ll find Andy’s insights challenging, refreshing, and extraordinarily practical.
Anxious For Nothing
Over the past few decades, studies have shown that Americans are the most anxious people in the world. We take the most medication for it, see doctors to treat it, and spend fortunes trying to relieve it. How have we let our fears get the better of us? In Anxious for Nothing, Max Lucado leads readers to reflect on the promises of Philippians 4:4-8. This passage from Paul’s epistle contains an antidote to anxiety that will help you develop a mindset of resilience. Rediscover the power of prayer and take control of your thoughts. You can rest in “the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding.”
Friends—we’ve all got them. But are your friends influencing your life for better or for worse? In this group, we’ll look not only at the qualities we all want in good friends, but also the qualities that can help us be good friends. Because the right kind of friends—the real kind—are the best kind. This class is designed just for Tweens and Teens!
We welcome our new LifeGroups to meet on Wednesdays here at Trinity!
This is a great opportunity for your group to come together for dinner and then spend time together afterwards. Details will vary by group.
Most people say that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever faced. It’s a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about issues you’ve never faced before. DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. This group will meet from March 25 – June 24. It is led by Trinity Member, Barbara Caboot.
Just for Kids!
We don’t want the adults to have all of the fun! Check out these wonderful opportunities for kids of all ages!