It’s time to sign up for our next round of small group Bible studies! Thee following small groups will be begin meeting the week of June 13th. If you would like to join one of these groups, please complete the form at the bottom of the page!


Red Letter Challenge

Using the Red Letter Challenge book the small group will challenge you to be a greater follower of Jesus.  This small group will read and practice the words of Jesus for 40 days through 5 discipleship targets. Click here for more information on the Red Letter Challenge Bible study.

  • When: Thursday mornings, beginning on June 17 at 9:00am
  • How: online via Zoom
  • Materials: Red Letter Challenge book provided


Bibles and Brews

Join us as we combine two of our favorites, the Bible and beer! Each week members will have the opportunity to participate in a beer tasting that ties into our Bible study for the week. Our Bible study will be themes from The Bible Projects Reflections series. We will also have two fellowship events for participants who want to learn more about home brewing and the unique ways that home brewing reflects the message of God’s mercy and forgiveness.

  • When: Sunday afternoons, beginning on June 13, 1:00-2:30pm
  • Duration: This group will meet for 6 sessions, skipping Father’s Day and 4th of July.
  • How: In-person home Bible study, outdoors when possible
  • Materials: None


The Bible Project Reflections

Various weekly online studies and themes from The Bible Projects Reflections series will be discussed.

  • When: Tuesday evenings, beginning on June 15, 6:30-8:00pm
  • Duration: 6 sessions
  • How: In-person in the Trinity Lutheran Parish Center
  • Materials: None


Love Your Neighbor:  A Christian’s Response to Racism

“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’” Luke 10:27

What is the Christian response to racism?  What does God say about this?  What was and is the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod’s response to racism?  This small group will study and reflect on the history of racism in the United States, how that history is reflected in today’s world, and what our response should be.  Various sources will be used including the Bible, the LCMS’s 1994 Commission on Theology and Church Relations Report, and various books and articles.


  • When: Tuesday mornings, beginning on June 15, at 9:00am
  • Duration: 6 sessions
  • How: In-person outdoor home Bible study, and online via Zoom on poor weather days
  • Materials: None

Trinity Lutheran Church aspires to be an


congregation of


members who


our community



an average of 75 new members each year



9 different Bible studies offered each month



More than 12 service projects and events throughout the year.

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