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Trinity offers kids ministry from 6 months through 5th grade. 

Trinity Kids serves our families with children birth through 5th grade.  It’s our privilege to partner with you in making disciples of Jesus who love God, one another, and our city.

WHEN AND WHERE IS TRINITY KIDS?

Check–In starts 15 minutes before the service (9:00am). Please print out a name tag for your child at the Trinity Kids Family Check-In tent.

Check-Out – You can check your child out at any point (please “go get them” at the latest 15 minutes after service) but please have your ID sticker ready. It required for check out.

Birth – Preschool ages can be checked into their classroom prior to service.  If you need help locating the classrooms, one of the hosts at the Trinity Kids Family tent will be happy to help you.

Kindergarten -5th graders participate in the main service for the first portion, with their families.  They will be dismissed after the first few songs to meet their leaders in the back and walk to their classrooms. 

WHAT WILL MY CHILDREN DO?

Sunday mornings at Trinity Kids involve times of teaching, arts and crafts, and interactive games and activities. We aim to provide each child with an age-appropriate Bible lesson that will encourage conversations between kids and parents throughout the week.

WILL THEY BE SAFE?

At Trinity Kids, we want children to be as safe and comfortable as possible. All our volunteers go through an extremely thorough live scan background check and training process. No child can be picked up without the check-in ticket that was issued before service.

HOW DO I STAY CONNECTED?

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, feel free to email Danielle, our children’s ministry director, at Danielle@trinitysd.org.

Trinity Students

Trinity Student Ministry currently serves our families with students 6th through 8th grade.  It’s our privilege to partner with you in making disciples of Jesus who love God, one another, and our city.

WHEN AND WHERE IS TRINITY STUDENT MINISTRY?

Trinity Jr. High participates in the main service for the first portion, with their families.  They will be dismissed after the first few songs to meet their leaders in the back and head to their own youth space.  

WHAT WILL MY TEENAGER DO?

Sunday mornings at Trinity Jr. High involve times of teaching, fun activities and small group time.  We will be following the Sunday sermon topic and passage with our teaching and small group time.  Our goal is to encourage conversations between students and parents throughout the week.  

WHO IS LEADING THE JR. HIGH MINISTRY?

We have been blessed with a team of Westminster Seminary students will serve as Student Ministry Interns leading Sunday mornings.  In addition, we will recruit, train, and empower additional volunteer leaders.  Hint: Parents make great volunteer leaders!  

IS THERE CURRENTLY A MIDWEEK PROGRAM?

At this point we only offer Jr. High on Sunday mornings though our hope and prayer is to start a midweek group sometime this fall.  

WHAT ABOUT A HIGH SCHOOL MINISTRY?

At this point we only offer Jr. High on Sunday mornings though our hope and prayer is to start a midweek High School group sometime this fall.  In regard to Sundays, we value High School students as a part of our main worship service.

TRINITY STUDENT MINISTRY VALUES 

  1. Gospel-centered: We believe Jesus is the “clue” to understanding Christianity and the “glue” that keeps us passionate rather than passive in our faith.

  2. Relationally-rich: Discipleship must be anchored upon loving and trusting relationships. 

  3. Discipleship-focused: We intend to inspire our students with a vision for following Jesus, making disciples, serving their neighbors, and engaging the world. In order to accomplish this, the Trinity Student Ministry will focus more on heart transformation than simply upon information transfer.

  4. Missionally-Sensitive: We desire to create an environment where students from various backgrounds and perspectives are welcomed to find friendship and explore faith. We also intend to equip our students to actively share their faith with their friends.

  5. Experientially-fun: Jr. / Sr. High students want to have a lot of fun. We desire the Trinity Student Ministry to be a compelling, attractive, safe, and fun experience.

HOW DO I STAY CONNECTED?

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, feel free to email Jeff at Jeff@trinitysd.org.