Children’s Ministries

childrens-ministryTrinity United Methodist Church – working alongside parents – wishes to provide a welcoming and safe environment for the Trinity Kids to learn about God and the love that he has for them. Recognizing that we all learn in different ways, your child will be exposed to music, art, lessons, games, and worship. Each program in the Trinity Children’s program takes a different approach to learning. Through these programs, we hope to provide a strong spiritual foundation that they may build upon as they grow.

The mission of the Children’s Ministries of Trinity is to seek, share and be like God.

Trinity Tots – birth to age 3 (located in room #26)
The nursery is opened during Sunday morning activities including the 8:45am and 11am Worship service and Sunday School at 9:45am. We also provide a nursery for other church-wide events such as Wednesday Night Activities, Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday Service, etc. Qualified, personable, Safe Sanctuary Certified adults provide a safe, caring environments for Godly play. We also utilize some Safe Sanctuary Certified volunteers when we have special events and high attendance in the Nursery.

Trinity Kids – pre-k to 2nd grade (located in room #16)

Children’s Church – age 4 to 3rd grade (located in the Family Life Center)
We offer Children’s Church during our 11am worship service. We encourage these kids to remain in the Sanctuary until the Children’s Sermon and then they will be released with a leader to go to Children’s Church. We strongly encourage 4th grade and up to remain with their parents in the Sanctuary for the entire service.

Trinity Tweens – 3rd grade to 5th grade (located in room #13)

Sunday School (10am)
holy-molyOur classes begin at age four and continue thru 5th grade. We use HOLY MOLY Sunday School Curriculum, which is a Biblically-based curriculum that contains age appropriate materials including a video, lesson, games, and art projects.



Wednesday’s Kids (ages 4 thru 5th grade)
– 4:30-5:45pm every Wednesday

cartoon-kids-sing-music-eps-227795124:30pm: Littles – God Talks, Bigs – Choir
5:15pm: Littles—Choir, Bigs—God Talks

God Talks – Fun ways to talk to children about God. Each week, there are discussions and activity centered around scripture. Each lesson will contain a Bible verse, God Talk conversation, a craft, or craft and prayer.

Children’s Choir – Music offerings for holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day and special events. The Children’s Choir is led by Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Harris.

Experiments In Faith – Sundays in June and July, 11AM in Room #13
God created the heavens and the earth and everything in it. Pure science will always point us back to our loving Creator.
Memory Verse: “He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted.” -Job 5:9 (NIV)

Soda Geyser – With this experiment kids will see an explosion of liquid as the
amount of soda seems to grow and grow. Kids will learn that with Jesus we will
always have all that we need. John 6:1-13, Jesus Feeds Five Thousand

Lava Lamp – With this experiment kids will make a relaxing, groovy lava lamp. Kids will learn that Jesus wants us to take time to relax and spend time with him. Luke 10:38-42,
Mary and Martha

Slime – With this experiment kids will create a slime that is irresistibly drawn to
magnets. Kids will learn that God draws us to an irresistible life with Jesus. Matthew
4:18-22, Calling the First Disciples

Exploding Bag – With this experiment kids will learn how a chemical reaction can
cause things to get out of control. Kids will learn that even when life seems totally out of control, Jesus can deliver us. Mark 5:1-20, Jesus Heals A Demon-Possessed Man.

Hex Nuts – With this experiment kids will balance hex nuts in a seemingly
impossible way. Kids will learn that when we put our faith in Jesus, the impossible
becomes possible. Matthew 14:22-36, Jesus Walks On Water

Potato– With this experiment kids will learn that even an object as simple as a potato
can possess power. Kids will learn when we rely on Jesus he will give us the power to do great things.
Acts 3:1-10, Peter Heals A Crippled Beggar