This is a place for you to meet new friends, get involved and discover what God has in store for you. Please contact the church office at 651-674-7047 for additional Adult Ministry opportunities.
More information coming soon.
Patience, Hope, and Love
These groups meet on Tuesday or Wednesday morning once a month for bible study and fellowship.
Please contact the church office for more information.
Everyone is welcome to this morning Bible Study that meets on Thursday’s 7:30 a.m. in the North Branch Perkins. Join the group as we journey through studies of the various books in the Bible. Currently we are studying about our Spiritual Gifts and how they can be found in Scripture.
Everyone is welcome to this morning Bible Study that meets on FRIDAY at 7:00 a.m. at the North Branch Oak Inn Restaurant. Join the group as we journey through the Gospels.
The purpose of this team is to create opportunities for Christian fellowship so that members of Trinity Lutheran Church build relationships and experience the unity we share in Christ. New members are wholeheartedly welcomed and visitors experience the warmth of the faith community. The team provides support for fellowship opportunities such as the annual Fall feast, hosting a dinner theater presentation along with the Drama team, co-hosting Celebration weekend events, fun nights out such as “Around the World with the Fellowship Team.”
Trinity’s Visitation Ministry began in January of 2006. The ministry reaches out to people who are homebound or who simply enjoy having someone come to visit them. Currently there are 19 people the ministry team visits at least once a month. These people for the most part are members of Trinity but there are a few that are from outside of our congregation. They reside either in their own homes, assisted livings or nursing homes. The team member may bring communion or just share time and prayer with the person depending on the needs or wants of the individual.
The 13 Visitation Team members meet monthly to share their experiences with other team members and to give our Pastors updates on the people that are visited. Throughout the year the team has communion kits distributed to them at Sunday services.
The team continues to send out a weekly mailing to our Faith Friends that is called “Home Touch”. It is a devotional/activity newsletter based on the current week’s scripture reading. We also make a point of remembering birthdays by sending out cards the week before a Faith Friend’s birthday.
Every partner in ministry of Trinity is part of a hospitality team. There are seven teams with each team being responsible for hospitality on Sunday mornings during one or two months a year. Ushering, greeting, reading the scriptures, assisting with communion and providing hospitality at the coffee hours following the services are all a part of this team’s ministry.
Mobilizing women to act boldly on their faith in Jesus Christ.
As a community of women created in the image of God, called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry and action, and promote healing and wholeness in the church, the society, and the world.
Gather magazine’s fall Bible study focuses on repentance.
Repentance is one of the most powerful acts of a person or a church, making possible not only forgiveness but also reconciliation. This fall, Gather magazine (gathermagazine.org) will explore what repentance means for Lutheran Christians in a three-part Bible study. Written by the Rev. Meghan Johnston Aelabouni, this Bible study focuses on the role of repentance in our faith, our relationships and the church. subscribe now to get all three sessions of the study. Call Gather subscriptions at 844-409-0576 or visit gathermagazine.org.
GATHERING TOGETHER….A mini-retreat introducing the 2018-19 Gather Bible Study
Bible study leader will be Lindsey M. B. Bina. Lindsey M. B. Bina is a candidate for ordained ministry of word and sacrament in the ELCA and is currently serving on the pastoral staff at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in N. St. Paul. Raised in Mendota Heights, Lindsey attended Luther College in Decorah, Iowa and moved to Seattle to serve with the Lutheran Volunteer Corps, where she developed youth programming around topics related to non-violence and accompanied women experiencing homelessness through their journey to housing. In addition to her seminary studies, Lindsey has worked with non-profit organizations and higher-education institutions specializing in the areas of student affairs, volunteer management, and fundraising. Lindsey graduated from Luther Seminary with her Master of Divinity in May 2017.
Saturday September 15th at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church 2499 N. Helen St. N. St. Paul $16 (includes speaker, lunch and breaks)
Registration: 8:30-9:00 am Bible study: 9:00 am-12:30 pm followed by lunch
The 2018-19 study for fall will be on Repentance. December will bring an Advent/Christmas devotional. Winter 2019 will bring four lessons on The Gospel of John: Meetings with Jesus. Bring your Bible, the Gather magazine (if you have one) and a notebook for a morning of feasting on God’s word, fun and fellowship (Applications on the bulletin board or in the church office. )