Life is not meant to be lived alone. We were created to experience life together with others and it can be tough to build relationships and find community in a corporate worship service. Your small group will be an opportunity to get connected to others on a deeper level as we love, support, and encourage one another through life’s ups and downs.
"Let us draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith…Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together…Let us encourage one another..."
Hebrews 10:22-25 NIV
What are small groups?
A small group is a group of three or more people who gather together regularly in a home, at church, or at a local restaurant or coffee shop. In a small group, you will build meaningful relationships with others in your group, spend time together in God’s Word and in prayer, and have opportunities to serve and care for others in the church and community.
How often do small groups meet?
Small groups typically meet 1-4 times each month, September through May. Each meeting lasts around two hours with time for Bible study and fellowship. Many groups often get together between meetings for extra fun and social activities.
Who are small group leaders?
Small group leaders are members of Trinity Lutheran who have been trained to facilitate small group discussion and who have a heart for serving others. You can find a list of small group leaders on Trinity’s website and on the small group bulletin board outside the donut room.
How do I get connected to a small group?
You can join a small group at any time! We encourage you to talk with any small group leader about their group and how to get involved. For more information and to find a small group that fits your schedule, contact Vicar Chuck Bahn at ChuckBahn@trinluth.org or 309-834-3203.