Trinity is a big place, and it's easy to get lost. Being connected with a smaller group of people is not only a great place to get to know a few folks, but we believe it is a key place where you can grow in your spiritual walk!
Trinity Groups exist to help people connect, grow, and serve.
There are three "types" of smaller groups at Trinity:
1) Growth Groups: Twice per year, everyone is encouraged to gather a few people they know (or don't know) and talk about life together, guided by the Bible. These groups are short term, and no long term commitment is required. For us, many great friendships happen as a result of the Growth Group environment.
2) Bible Studies: All year long, these groups meet to study specific books of the Bible to deepen their knowledge and wisdom. Depending on the study, these groups are ongoing.
3) Small Groups: These groups are a natural result of Growth Groups and Bible Studies. They are very organic and happen as people gather together outside of Sunday morning worship to live life together and centered on the Bible.
If you're ready to join a group or just want more information, send a quick note to AskTrinity@TrinityHudson.org!
Our vision for Trinity Groups:
We desire that as people engage in groups, faith in Jesus is deepened, relationships are formed, and friendships are developed.
As we meet together in groups over time, Trinity Groups become an incredible place for us to experience the fullness of the Christian life and Church, and they provide the best environment we have to help people connect relationally, grow spiritually, and serve intentionally.
Connecting Relationally: Our groups provide a space for people to Connect Relationally, a place to be real about who we are, and to be accepted by others. Groups provide a space for authentic relationships to be nurtured, to find friendship, support, encouragement, and belonging that we all hunger for.
Growing Spiritually: They also provide a space for people to Grow Spiritually, a place to not only learn about God but to be transformed by Him, to grow deeper in our relationship with Christ, understanding the truths of Scripture and how they shape our daily life.
Serving Intentionally: Finally, they provide a space for people to Serve Intentionally, a place to be cared for, and to care for others. One of the most significant challenges in any large church is for people to feel connected and be encouraged. It takes a community of people to care for each other, to be on the frontline of one another's' life, and be there for the joys, sorrows, and everything in between.
Additionally, these groups are the most agile collection of people able to serve our community, mobilizing the passion and cares of the group to serve the needs of others timely, personally, and effectively. If you're ready to join a group or just want more information, send a quick note to AskTrinity@TrinityHudson.org!