Adult Faith Formation

Available throughout the week

Adult Education Opportunities

We offer a variety of faith formation education opportunities throughout the month. Everyone of all faith backgrounds are welcome to join these study sessions.

Currently some meetings remain online. Please contact the church office for more info.

Sunday Adult Education

This class studies various topics, often in continuing block segments over a series of weeks. Studies may include timely topics of Christianity, historical deep-dives into the “why” behind our faith and worship, or exploring our spiritual practice and relationship with Christ. Additional materials may be available for purchase with specified classes. Typically taught by Trinity’s pastor.

Wednesday Adult Education

This class is an opportunity to grow deeper in our Christian faith which ultimately informs how we live in community.  Studies include delving deeper into a particular Book of the Bible, tracing a theme through Scriptures, using aspects of our faith (10 Commandments, Lord’s Prayer, Creed) as spiritual practice, reading and discussing works of current faith leaders.

Women's Breakfast

Tuesday mornings at 8am on zoom. The Women’s Breakfast Group discuss the scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday over coffee online. Contact the church office if you would like the link to join this group.

Women's Afternoon Circle

Women of Trinity meet the fourth Wednesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. on Zoom for bible study. Contact the church office if you would like the link to join this group.

Men's Breakfast Bible Study

7 a.m. on Thursday mornings, Men take turns cooking breakfast for the group at the Thursday morning meetings. This is a weekly study of the scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday morning worship. It’s good breakfast, good fellowship, and good discussion.

Faith and Issues Discussion Group

Thursday mornings at Frasier Meadows in the Mountain Vista Room. The Faith and Issues Discussion Group addresses a wide range of current social and religious issues and how they relate to our Christian faith.