No Drama Discipline (Part 2)| You will leave this class with hands-on techniques to put into action for those moments when your children need you to lead them and discipline (disciple) them. Located in the FLC Gym.
Being a Lutheran in the 21st Century
A Man Called Martin (Part 1) & Being a Lutheran (Part 2)| will spend 13 weeks looking at the life of Martin Luther, the events that sparked this Reformation, and attempting to answer the question: What does it look like to be Lutheran in the 21st century? Led by Pastor Gene Johnson. Located in the Chapel.
Book of James| Framed within an overall theme of patient perseverance during trials and temptations, James writes to encourage believers to live consistently with what they have learned in Christ. Led by Rolf Flemming. Located in FLC 116A.
Adult Special Needs | Designed to help make your Special Needs child and/or adult, at the high school age and beyond, grow in faith. Located in TLC 101.
Membership Classes | For those seeking membership, you must attend one class of each of the three topics, and the New Member Welcome. Located in FLC 116B.
Women’s Precept Study | Tuesdays – 8:15 a.m. FLC 204 (Next class starts September)
Young Mother’s Study | Tuesdays – 9 a.m. FLC 202
Seniors Study | Wednesdays – 9 a.m. FLC 213A
Women’s Study | Wednesdays – 9 a.m. FLC 204
Men’s Study | Saturdays – 7 a.m. FLC 116B
Sonrise Ladies Study | Saturdays 8 a.m. FLC 202
There is no need to register for midweek classes; we simply invite you to come and join whichever class interests you!
If you have any questions please contact Pastor John Cordrey.
Sacrifice * Trust * Adoration * Reconciliation * Service
“… you shine like stars in the universe as you hold out the word of life …” Philippians 2:15-16
WHERE: Livingston, TX
COST: $200. *Scholarships may be available.
Men’s: Tentatively the 2nd weekend of November 2018
Women’s: February 22-25, 2018
MOPS is for all moms with kids birth to kindergarten. It’s a place for friendship, authentic community, support, and growth-Better Moms make a Better World! You can expect service projects, friendship and support, Moms night out and playdates. Also childcare during meetings.
We meet alternating Monday mornings from 9:15-11:30 a.m. September through May.
Registration is now open online: www.mops.org/join code: SF81
If you have any questions please contact Kelly at email@example.com
Our senior’s have helped to shape Trinity into what it is today and we hold them in esteem and great respect. Many of our family names are represented both in our church and community. Our public schools proudly use these family names as their own and it is our desire to help keep that community heritage alive.
Monthly activities include what we call Hamburger Day, Fellowship Day, and a Fellowship Trip. Hamburger Day is held on the first Thursday and begins at 10:30 am with bingo and table games. At noon a grilled burger meal is available for $6. Following lunch there is a devotional topic and prayer. On the second Wednesday of each month we have Fellowship Club. A pot luck lunch is shared at 11:30 am followed by an educational topic, prayer, and recognition of birthdays and anniversaries. A Fellowship Trip is taken once a month on a day when the county bus is available to us. This day trip travels to interesting local destinations.