Join us, starting this Sunday, for five weeks of Foundations classes which are practical, biblically-rich courses between the morning services designed to help equip you to be a life-long follower of Christ.

We’re offering concurrent classes for kids, students, and adults! The Young Children’s Wing will be open for infants and preschoolers.

Read below for descriptions of each class. You don’t need to register, just join the class that suits you best!

Treasuring Christ in a Media Age

For Adults & Trinity Students in the Courtyard Classroom

Technology and social media present some of the most exciting opportunities for a modern world, but they both undoubtedly present their own challenges. Research continues to correlate social media usage with anxiety and depression, and many find themselves looking at screens more than connecting with other human beings. During this five-week course, we will walk through these challenges and opportunities filtered through the lens of a biblical worldview. This class will be taught by Rev. Tripp Gordon and Matt Desmarais.

Survival 101: Parenting Young Kids

For Adults of All Ages in the Chapel

Even good parents feel like failures a lot of the time. That’s because parenting is hard! Thankfully, it’s not impossible. Join Alysia Yates and friends during this five-week class as they break down the basics of parenting young kids and help you set patterns for a healthy family life. This class is open to everyone, but it is especially beneficial for parents with kids 0-5 years old.

Godly Play: The Parables

For Trinity Kids (K-5th graders) in the Upstairs Educational Classroom

For five weeks, we will walk kids in K-5th grades through a course called Godly Play, focusing on the parables. Godly Play is a Christ-centered, hands-on, tactile, wonder-based curriculum that enables space for children to imaginatively engage with the biblical text. At the end of the teaching time, there is space for students to respond by: answering wonder questions, playing with the physical story materials, journaling, or responding creatively with art supplies. This class is taught by Rev. Caleb Burr who leads our Family Ministry team.