Connecting into community is one of the most vital aspects of our faith journeys. Because it’s so important, we want to make it as simple as possible to connect with others at Trinity. Here’s how. 

1. Attend Trinity 101.

Every couple months, we offer a series of 3-4 sessions to help you get better acquainted with Trinity: our story, values and life together. This is also a really great time for us to get to know you and find the best place to help connect you with others.

2. Join a Trinity Group.

After going through Trinity 101, we normally recommend joining a Trinity group. Trinity groups are how most people find community at Trinity. They take all shapes and sizes. For a more in depth description, check out the Trinity Groups page. 


In addition to Trinity groups, we get together in many other ways. Here are a few other ways you can connect.

Participate and Partner


Second Sunday Conversations

On the second Sunday of every month, we come together from 5:30-7pm in the Community Room to discuss aspects of life and faith. These conversations are some of our best opportunities to hear and know each other.

Help Out at IPS 55

We have the privilege of partnering with Eliza A. Blaker Elementary through tutoring, helping out at events and finding ways to support teachers, students and parents.


Monthly Contemplative Service

On the fourth Sunday of every month, we gather for a time to be still before God. Join us from 5:30pm-6:30pm in the sanctuary. 


Serve with Kids or Youth

Many of us walk with our kids and teens as they grow. You can serve on Sunday morning with kids or on Sunday afternoon and evening with youth.

Groups and Classes


Telling God's Story

This 9-week class explores the Bible as the "True Story of God and the Whole World." Foundational for understanding the Bible and essential for discipleship, the class covers the whole story of scripture and is usually offered 3-4 times a year.


The Journey

If you find yourself wanting a deeper experience of God and a greater awareness of his intentions for your life, consider participating in a profoundly shaping small group experience called The Journey. Usually beginning in September, this 22 week course will invite you to process who God is, who you are and what God wants to do through your life.

 


Men's Tuesday Morning Bible Study

This on-going Bible Study is open to men from any background. The group meets Tuesday mornings from 6:30 to 7:45 a.m. in the Youth Room at Trinity. It's flexible but sincere fellowship in God's Word.


Racial Equality Discussions

A couple of times a year, we offer a guided discussion on racial equality in the US. Through several activities, we try to better understand how and why racial inequality exists today and what we can do to fight it.


The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect is a collection of men's groups that helps men seek, pursue and rest in Christ through spiritual partnership. These groups are highly intentional and honest, focusing on connecting with God in community. Visit The Ripple Effect website at rippleeffectdisciplines.com.

 

For more information on how to take part in any of these opportunities, email us at contact@indytrinity.org. To stay in the loop with what is going on around Trinity, we recommend signing up to receive our weekly eNews. Just email us at the address above, and we'll get you signed up.