Trinity Youth Ministry: TYM (pronounced “time”) is open to all students in grades 6-12!
Youth Group meets on Sunday nights from 5-6:30 PM in Trinity Hall. Join us!
Visit our Youth Service Projects page for opportunities to serve your neighbors!
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A small group of students attended a trip down to Blacksburg, VA to learn more about social justice and the importance of love. The speakers for the weekend focused on three main areas, refugee relocation, homelessness, and the importance of clean water. After hearing the speakers shared about their work in each of these areas, we split up into workshop that focused on those areas.
During these workshops we were challenged to visualize what it would be like to be fleeing our country, without a home, or without clean water. All of the groups began to understand how much is lost in each of these dire situations. This time spent learning about different ways to #LoveJusticeDoMercy gave us a new perspective on what we can do in our community.
Confirmation Begins January 7
It is not too late to be part of the 2018 Confirmation Class! Confirmation begins on January 7 at 9:30 AM in the Mastin Room. All youth in 6th grade and above who have not yet been confirmed are invited to attend. The program meets every Sunday up to Pentecost, May 20 when the youth who choose this next step in their faith journey will be confirmed.
What is Confirmation? It literally means to “Make firm or solid what has gone before.” Up to this time, parents or faith mentors have committed to instruct their children and raise them in the Christian Faith. Confirmation is the time when the youth prepares to make their first public profession of Christian faith and continue on their own journey of being a Christian Disciple. For more information, contact Amy Lenow at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kim Jordan at email@example.com.
Teens, nowadays! It’s not a new phenomenon that adults are befuddled by the choices teens make. For example, twenty-one Trinity teenagers and seven chaperones recently spent a week of their summer vacation in Boston serving the poor, the hungry, the homeless and the mourning. They chopped onions for a feeding ministry, they moved boxes for a housing ministry, they visited with the homeless who wanted nothing more than a conversation, and engaged with people who had lost loved ones.
A typical day meant rising before dawn, driving 2 miles away for a shower, squeezing in a quick breakfast,
preparing for the day with a devotion, and Read more