Holy Trinity United Methodist Church offers Christian education and fellowship for ages pre-kindergarten through adult. Visitors and guests are welcome to attend!
Sunday school: To register for grades pre-K-12th grade, please click here to go to an electronic form OR click here to open a new tab with a registration pdf. One form per family, please (if you have more than three children registering, more information can be added on page two.) You can also pick up a form at church, and turn it in anytime, including on the first day your child attends Sunday school, although registering early helps us prepare! Return the completed form to the church, preferably by August 31. Any questions can be directed to Lynnette at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday School Schedule (all classes): 9:30-10:20 (September 9 through May 19)
PreK-6th Grades: We use the First Look and 252 Kids curriculum for pre-K-6th graders to emphasize ONE priority: to love God…”with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'” Matthew 22 37-38. We seek to move kids to:
- Love God by inciting wonder.
- Love life by provoking discovery.
- Love others by fueling passion.
The curriculum is designed to invite kids into a new understanding of how to grow in relationship with Jesus. Our children also learn about and support mission projects like Heifer International, and participate in local mission projects such as ROCK, Feed My Starving Children, and other congregational initiatives. To find out more please contact Lynnette at email@example.com. Other children’s opportunities include
- Children’s Christmas Program
- Bibles presented to third graders
- Camping opportunities
- Vacation Bible School
7th and 8th Grade Sunday morning curriculum: Our 7th & 8th grades use XP3 curriculum to create opportunities to grow spiritually by honestly examining faith questions relevant to this age group and our times. Other middle school opportunities include:
- Middle school youth retreat at Cragun’s in November
- Camping opportunities
- Service and leadership opportunities
- Chancel Choir and Teen Choir opportunities
- Youth Group
Confirmation for 7th and 8th grades: 7th and 8th graders meet separately on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month (with some exceptions) from 6:30-7:30 p.m. during the school year. They use the Reform curriculum which allows youth to wrestle with the historic Christian faith , with humor and substance. Mission activities are also a part of the confirmation experience. 9th graders are confirmed in the fall following their completion of the program. Click the name of a Confirmation points document below to view in a new tab or print.
- Confirmation Schedule 2018-19
- Confirmation Expectations 2018-19
- Confirmation point system overview
- Confirmation point summary sheets
High School: The high school uses movies and the XP3 curriculum to grow in faith as they look at the Bible and their own faith experiences. High school students are encouraged to also connect with our church community by serving; helping lead the preK-6th grade program, helping lead worship, and participating in other fellowship and leadership opportunities. For more information on what is coming up, contact Lynnette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult Education/Discussion Group: Videos and books spark lively discussions about many aspects of Christian faith in today’s world. All are welcome and the coffee is always hot. You can find more info on the Adult Education page.
Along with Sunday school there are a number of fun activities planned throughout the year. To be part of the fellowship program contact the church office at 952-447-2990, or email email@example.com
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