Want to be apart of the Youth Ministry at Trinity? See what the youth have to say about Trinity!
"I love youth ministry's at Trinity, because I get to meet with people who share the same belief in God." --Middle Schooler
"You learn about Jesus and have fun at the same time." --High Schooler
"I like playing with my friends." --2nd Grade Student
"Coming to youth group once a week really is good to come out and express your feelings, to know that no matter what you are welcome." --Middle Schooler
"People love each other." --5th Grade Student
"I like youth group because I get to hang out with friends and so I can talk about stuff that you can't really talk about in front of other people." --High Schooler
"Because you learn about God and Jesus." --3rd Grade Student
Although we love having you here, our youth and family ministries have been put on hold due to COVID-19!
In the future, we hope you'll join us Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings to grow in your faith with Christ.
Zids ZONE (K-5th grade)
Wednesday nights at 6:45-8:00 pm
Youth Group (6th-12th)
Wednesday nights at 6:45-8:00 pm
Sunday School (Preschool-5th)
Sunday mornings at 11:20 am
PALM SUNDAY PARADE: Drive-thru our parking lot to pick up your palms, then wave them through the car window as you drive home.
Sunday, April 5 at 11 a.m. Come to Door #1
Questions? Contact Christina our Director of Family Ministry at Familyministry@trinityumcgi.org
Trinity is not live streaming a service for Maundy Thursday, we are inviting our members and friends to watch the bishop’s service.
Bishop Ruben Saenz Jr., episcopal leader of the Great Plains Conference — the approximately 1,000 United Methodist churches of Kansas and Nebraska — will host an online Maundy Thursday worship service via livestream at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 9.
The service will be broadcast via livestream on the Great Plains Conference website at www.greatplainsumc.org/livestream and on the conference Facebook page, www.facebook.com/GreatPlainsUMC/. It will feature music, prayer, scripture and a message by the bishop.
Communion will be celebrated online. In the Methodist tradition, the communion table is open to all, so all who view the livestream are encouraged to participate. Please have some form of bread loaf or pita bread available with grape juice. Saltine crackers and water are acceptable alternatives.
Trinity UMC will be doing a food distribution at Fonner Park on Saturday, April 11. It will be a drive-thru. Start time is planned for 9:30 a.m. It will be south side of cattle barn. Please satch for signs as to where to drive. The food distribution ends around 12:30 p.m. or when food runs out.
Join us online for Easter Sunday Service on April 12. We will live stream our service through Facebook at 10 a.m.
Join us at https://www.facebook.com/trinityumcgi/
Let’s celebrate Trinity’s graduating class on Sunday, May 17. There will be a breakfast honoring the graduates.
Breakfast for graduates and their families provided by United Methodist Men at 8:30 am in Miller Hall. Details are subject to change, so please stay tuned for updated information.
Pizza, People, Prayer, on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. This is a time for fellowship in our church, prior to youth groups, prior to choir practice, for everyone in our church. We will be ordering pizzas so we will be taking your orders after worship as this event approaches. Be watching for more information about this 3rd Wednesday event
Mark your calendar for TRINITY UNITED. What is TRINITY UNITED? It’s 5th Sunday worship! Many people of our congregation greatly enjoy when we have a combined worship service like we do with Praise on the Plaza and on Consecration Sunday. It’s a special time to interact with Trinity people who happen to go to a different worship service than you do. To help us be truly UNITED, we will be using the uniqueness of a fifth Sunday throughout the year for combined worship at 10 a.m. All are WELCOME!