Christian Education -
Junior and Senior High students (6th-12th grade) meet in the Student Room from 11:00 - 12:00 PM on Sunday mornings after worship for interactive discussion and biblical study. This is an opportunity to open the Bible together to learn about who God is and who we are. We are currently going through a series on Questions based on the Westminster Shorter Catechism called This We Believe.
Sunday evenings, 5-7 p.m.
We meet at Trinity for dinner, games, worship, a lesson and small group discussions.
Our current teaching series is titled Others First.
[You can get the main points and discussion questions HERE!]
During the school year, we serve our city on Saturday mornings singing and playing games at nursing homes, or volunteering at other organizations such as Special Kids, Greenhouse Ministries, and Doors of Hope.
As the ministry to youth of Trinity Presbyterian Church, our vision is to partner with parents to bring students to spiritual maturity through intentional relationships.
We partner with parents because we believe Scripture teaches us that the parent is the one charged with the primary responsibility of investing in their children’s spiritual growth (Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Ephesians 6:4).
We are here to supplement parents, not replace them. This means we aim to be a resource of encouragement for the family. Our desire is to declare the Kingdom of God through students and their families, reinforcing what students are already learning at home and faithfully seeking those who are outside the family of God.
Please visit the TPC Student Ministry Parent's Page
As the mission at Trinity is stated: "Honor God. Welcome all. Embody Christ's reign",
We seek to honor God by leading our church family to help students come to KNOW God and his truth, GROW together in God’s grace and SHOW God’s love to our city and the world.
KNOW. The knowledge of God changes us, so that we desire to honor Him.
GROW. As we grow in the gospel and the knowledge of God, we learn to welcome all as Christ has welcomed us.
SHOW. Living our lives in response to the grace of God means we are showing Christ to our community.
The Goal: A Gospel-Driven Student...
- who knows God as Father and Jesus as Savior
- who has a heart that cries out to God in prayer
- who has been taught the whole counsel of God
- who has a Christian worldview
- who sees others as more important than themselves
- who lives missionally out of their own brokenness
- who transitions well into college and adult life
- who continues to attend church
- who is a life-long disciple of Christ