The Disciple program is a series of intensive, nine-month long studies of various sections of the Bible. Participants commit to daily reading and study and meet once a week to discuss their discoveries. Classes begin in early September and end in mid-May.
Disciple Bible Study 1 – Phyllis Tippit – Sundays from 9-10:30 room 304 – An overview of the Old and New Testament. Register here.
Disciple Bible Study 2– Phyllis Tippit – Wednesday from 9:30-11:00 am in Room 305 or 7-8:30 pm via Zoom – A deeper reading of Genesis and Exodus in the Old Testament and of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament. Register for the am class here and the pm class here.
Disciple Bible Study 4 – Dan Muenchau – Tuesdays from 9:30-11 am in room 305 – A deeper reading of the Writings in the Old Testament plus the books of John and Revelation in the New Testament. Register here.
Continuing Disciples – Carol Tuel – Fridays at 10 am in room 304 beginning after Labor Day – A small group for men and women who have completed the Disciple Bible Study program. Register here.
In addition to Disciple Classes, Trinity offers other study opportunities for those interested in growing their faith through educational resources. See some of the opportunities below:
Still Waters – Kay Morse – 1st and 3rd Tuesday in room 303 – A study group for women. Register here.
The Spiritual Life – Sharon Montgomery – 1st and 3rd Wednesdays in room 304 – A study group for women. Register here.
Alpha for Young Adults – Julie and Mark Paul – For ages 22-35 that meets at the home of Mark and Julie Paul on Sunday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm – Alpha is a multi-week course that creates a space where people come to discuss life’s big questions. Everyone should have the chance to explore faith, ask questions, and share their story. Register here.
Bound Together Book Club – Linda Wilcox – Even months 1st Friday from 9:30-11 in room 302 – The book club meets six times during the year, remaining book selections for this year are: October 7 – All the Devils are Here by Louise Penny and December 2 – The Murmur of Bees by Sofia Segovia. Register here.
The Sandwich Generation – Karen Gantt – What do I need to know to help my aging parents or to handle their estate and what do I need to leave for my children to do the same? These are important questions that many of us put off until it is too late. Join us for this 2-part class on what we need to have in place. Register here.
Not a member and want to join? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.