Trinity Yearly Registration Form (for children & youth)
Please click on the link below and fill out the Yearly Registration Form. These forms are good for one year and for all activities your child or youth participate in with Trinity Episcopal Church.
We want children to know and experience that God loves them and they are wonderfully made to be a part of our world.
Sunday School is a time and place for kids to hear God’s stories of love. Children do experience God in their lives, and Bible stories open up conversations about God. These conversations bring spiritual growth and build our relationship with God and each other.
Sunday School meets from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m. in our Children’s Ministry Building. Please sign your kids in and out of their classes. Also, parents are welcome to stay for one of the adult Sunday School classes!
Come join us where God’s stories are heard, questions are welcomed, kids can grow in Christ’s love, and together we discover that God is with us.
Trinity Episcopal Church values and nurtures children. Children are loved, encouraged and directed towards a relationship with Jesus Christ. We are committed to partnering with parents to show what a life of Christian discipleship looks like.
Junior Daughters of the King
This religious order for girls allows them to experience life that is filled with prayer, service, community and fun. It is open for girls grades 1-12.
Children’s Liturgy of the World
Sundays during the 10:00 a.m. service
The children come to the sanctuary with their families. Before the readings, they exit with the Children’s Leader to attend an age-appropriate service. Children’s Liturgy of the Word basically follows the liturgical service for the day, but on a child’s level. The children return to the sanctuary to be with their families for Communion. All children between the ages of three and eight years are invited to attend. This is our weekly formation time for children.
Junior Brotherhood of St. Andrew
This religious order for boys engages them in prayer, service, fun, and forms them as disciples. It is for boys grades 1-6.
Come to Communion
All baptized children are welcomed at the communion table. They may receive both bread and wine. If you do not wish to have your child receive, they should simply cross the arms over the chest when coming forward, and he/she will receive a blessing.
Teens in Training (TnT) Grades 4-6
A time for soon-to-be teenagers to build relationships with each other and with God through fellowship, study, and fun.