Adult Education


Trinity is a church that encourages discipleship. Part of that means allowing other people to pour into your life and to help you grow in Christ. Our Sunday morning Adult Education is a great opportunity for discipleship. Find the right class at the right campus and get started this Sunday!

Oceanfront Adult Education

Resources for further study of Revelation

The Book of Revelation Study led by Pastor Scott Hoffman was completed in June and members requested resources for further study.  Here is a list of a broad range of resources - those used or recomended during the study are marked with a *.

The Revelation of JohnWilliam Barclay (1959)

RevelationEugene Boring (1989)

The Revelation of St. John the DivineGeorge Caird (1968)

The Church Under Fire -  David Ewert (1988)

*You Can Understand the Book of Revelation -  Skip Heitzig (1982)

The Apocalypse of JohnSean Kealy (1989)

RevelationCraig Keener

Revelation (2 vols) – John MacArthur

*Breaking the CodeBruce Metzger (1993)

RevelationLeon Morris

The Book of RevelationRobert Mounce (1977)

*RevelationPaige Patterson

Revelation:  Vision of a Just WorldFiorenza Schussler (1991)

What Christ Thinks of the ChurchJohn Stott (1958)

RevelationJ.P. Sweet  (1979)

Revelation (2 vols)Robert Thomas

RevelationRobert Wall (1991)


Town Center Adult Education

Sundays, 9:30 am Westin Crescent Room, first floor behind the restaurant 

The life and legacy of Abraham, a friend of God.  Join us each Sunday to study the life of Abraham.  We will examine the numerous passages where Abraham is discussed in both the Old and New Testaments.  See how God made and kept His covenant with one man that would bless all peoples on earth. Please join us; Trinity Kids program is available on the second floor.


Princess Anne Adult Education

Sundays, 9 - 10:30 am, The Abbey,  in the church office suite in the gymnasium

Timothy Keller addresses the frequent doubts that skeptics, and even ardent believers, have about religion in The Reason for God. Using literature, philosophy, real-life conversations, and potent reasoning, Keller explains how the belief in a Christian God is, in fact, a sound and rational one. Join us in each Sunday morning; childcare is available.