In the second century AD, St. Irenaeus wrote, “The glory of God is man fully alive.” We believe that “fully alive” is tied up in finding our identities in Jesus Christ and his finished work on the cross and being meaningfully involved in God’s mission to redeem and restore his creation.

We want Holy Trinity Anglican to be a place where men become more fully alive! We seek to be a band of brothers on mission together with each man growing in their knowledge of who they are in Christ and engaged in their roles in God’s mission of restoration in their families, in their work and in their communities.

Monthly Men’s Fellowship

To encourage one another to press on to be the men God has made us to be, we are scheduling gatherings throughout the year. Come for dinner, discussion, testimony and teaching. We are praying that these events will serve as a rallying point that will remind us to what we have been called and to encourage us to finish our races well.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 5-7PM. Bishop Gary Nelson of Australia joined us and shared about the importance of Christian friendship for men.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 5-7PM. Why does life always feel like a battle? Join the men of Holy Trinity as John Yates shares from Scripture and Stuart Thompson shares his testimony. Stuart, a Navy veteran, served on an AEGIS cruiser, which nearly sank when it struck a mine during the first Gulf War. Since then he has fought many battles in the corporate world and his story is full of wisdom and humor. Dinner will be served. Location: Courtyard Classroom upstairs. RSVP to let us know you are coming.

Special Events

We plan to have special events throughout the year. Check back to see what’s next.

OCTOBER: Men’s BBQ on Sunday, October 6, 2019, 5-7pm. What a great time and turnout we had! Thanks for coming out.

Men’s Groups

Trinity Men are committed to growing in their relationship with Christ and together as men. They gather in small groups around the city.

One such group is a long-standing (over 20 years) weekly Men’s Bible Study that gathers from 7-8am each Thursday morning at the Trinity House. All are welcome to join for a time of fellowship, a quick bite to eat, short talks and frank discussions about life and faith. For more information about this study, please contact John Wood.