Grow Spiritually Through Discipleship and Serving
Trinity Student Ministries
Our student ministry's mission is found in the story of Zacchaeus. Just as the tree was the element that lifted Zacchaeus above the crowd to see Jesus, we believe that by teaching and demonstrating the love of Christ to our students, we can lift them above the crowd in their life to see him as well. We have many exciting weekly programs and yearly events to help our students grow spiritually through discipleship and serving. Please follow us on social media by clicking the following links to stay up to date on what is going on in our ministry. Also, look below to the news and announcements sections for upcoming events.
News & Announcements
...Pack the House Night
bring as many guests as you can with you to "Pack the House". Whoever brings the most guests gets a big prize and if we hit certain goals attendance wise Pastor Sean and Steve will have some crazy thing they have to do!
Come and join us every fall for our Fall Festival as we put on a fantastic event for our children's ministry for the whole community! We need our students to help run the individual events so the parents can enjoy time with their kids!
Wednesday Night Student Worship Service
Every Wednesday night during the school year, we meet at 6:30 pm in the student center for an exciting time of worship. We have funny games, excellent music, and challenging messages that help you to grow in your faith during your middle and high school years. Every week is awesome, come and join us!
Sunday nights are our time to meet in small groups for Bible study. We start at 5:30 pm with pizza, then watch a video bible study and following that we break into small groups to discuss. Afterward, from 7-8 pm we have games in the fellowship hall.
Loving People. Loving God.
Want to worship with us?
Trinity United Methodist Church currently has two Traditional Services and one Contemporary Service to choose from. Learn more about our services here.
Meet Our Staff
All of our staff and leaders work exceptionally hard to administrate, co-ordinate, organise, plan, gather, train, teach. You can learn more about them here.