SHRED:: Kids at Trinity
Welcome to SHRED, Trinity's kids' program! As kids experience the wonder of God on Sunday mornings, we help our children discover a personal relationship with our Creator. It is our passion and our goal to send our rising 6th graders into middle school already knowing Jesus Christ as their personal savior. We have children's ministry activities at each of our three campuses during each service. Contact Bev Yoakum at firstname.lastname@example.org
The nursery at Trinity Church exists to show the love of Christ to every child that walks, toddles, crawls or rolls in the door. We long to share the love of Jesus with them each Sunday morning and hope that by the time they move to kindergarten, they know that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their forever friend. Each of our campuses offers Nursery care during our church services!
The Gospel Project
In fall of 2016, Trinity's SHRED and Nursery ministries have embarked on "The Gospel Project" - a comprehensive/chronological study of the Bible over the course of 3 years. Every story in the Bible is a small piece of a much bigger story—God’s redemptive story. Sin would enter the world and affect everything, but God already had a plan to show His grace to people through His Son (2 Tim. 1:9). The Bible says that God began His plan to rescue people from sin before He even created the world! (Eph. 1:4-6)
We invite your kids, ages zero-5th grade, to join us each Sunday as we explore how the Bible points to the person of Jesus. Read more about the Gospel Project here: https://www.gospelproject.com/kids/
Interested in Volunteering?
We are always in need of wonderful, faith-filled, compassionate, and patient volunteers to provide consistent care for our little ones at Trinity. Our volunteers must pass a background check, agree to church policies and covenants regarding childcare, and meet with our staff or elders. If you are interested in serving in this vitally important ministry at Trinity Church contact Brianna Card, Children's Ministry Director.