Trinity Kids

What Is Trinity Kids?

Trinity has a vibrant Kids ministry, with offerings for everyone from infants through 5th grade. The Kids ministry meets on Sunday mornings during the main services, and follows the same lectionary, to encourage families to engage their children in the story of the scriptures together. Sundays at Trinity Kids include a time of worship, reciting the Lord’s prayer, engaging with stories from the Bible, and opportunities to play and eat snacks together.

Why Should I Consider Trinity Kids?

Trinity Kids aims to be an ‘environment where kids are invited to grow in Christ’s likeness and to create opportunities for kids to encounter Jesus, learn from scripture, and worship and play together.

Who Participates in Trinity Kids?

The Kids ministry at Trinity serves children from infancy through 5th grade. If you are interested in volunteering with the Kids ministry, reach out to the Kids pastor at your parish. All volunteers must complete a background check, and all classes are served by two adult volunteers to ensure the safety of the kids.

Where Is Trinity Kids Held?

Trinity Kids meet in classrooms at all three parishes during Sunday services.

When Is Trinity Kids Held?

On the Westside, there are classes for infants through 5th grade at the 9 am and 11 am services. On the Eastside, there are classes for infants through 3rd grade at the 8:15, 10:00, and 11:45 am services, and for 4th and 5th graders at 8:15 and 10 am. On the Northside, there are classes for infants through 5th grade at the 4 pm service. Check the website for the most up-to-date service times and Trinity Kids schedule.

How Do I Get Started?

Reach out to the Kid’s pastor at your parish to learn more about how to get involved or volunteer with the Trinity Kids ministry. If you have kids, ask a greeter when you arrive on Sunday morning and they will help you find the appropriate class and get checked in.

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