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Christian Education & Formation

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God… Romans 12:2

Christian Formation is a life-long learning process in which we are gradually transformed into the people God wants us to be. By engaging our minds in learning and thinking we begin to discern God’s desires for our lives. We delight God when we draw closer and when we reach out to our companions along the way—sharing the gifts which God has given us and making a different in our community and the world.  

Our Director of Christian Education is Mrs. Sam Burton.  Please contact her with any questions you might have about our Christian Education program.

Sunday School Registration

Trinity offers Sunday School classes for young people from 2 years old through High School and for adults. Click here for the 2018-2019 Sunday School Registration Form. 

Sunday school usually begins the Sunday after Labor Day weekend and continues each week through Pentecost Sunday from about 10:15 (after the 9:15 service) to 11:15. Except for the high school class, children start in the Loft of Jamison Hall for Community Gathering.  After Community Gathering, they and their teachers are dismissed to their classes.

If you are interested in serving as a Sunday School teacer, please email Mrs. Sam Burton for more information.

Adult Education

The Casual Adult Education Class on Sunday mornings is a place where adults can gather to discuss their faith and to learn from each other.  It’s casual because it is expected that people will participate in the sessions that interest them when their schedule allows but that there won’t be any guilt forced upon people who can’t make all the sessions.  And it's education because it gives participants an opportunity to learn more about many different aspects of their faith.

The Casual Adult Education Class meets in the Lounge, near Café Trinity from 10:20 – 11:00 a.m. when Sunday School is in session, giving a good opportunity for parents to learn while their children are doing the same thing.  Participants may grab a cup of coffee, something to eat, and then join the class.  Classes often focus on some aspects of theology or current issues presented in a compelling and comprehensible way using videos and questions from the ChurchNext Series.  The true learning takes place through the conversations among participants as they help each other learn about and grow in their faith.  The class is facilitated by volunteers from among the participants.