Trinity Time Together (T3)
What is T3?
T3 is Trinity Time Together. It's a time for all of Trinity’s members and friends to grow in God’s Word together, including young and old, men and women from every age and stage of life. It’s also a time for real Christian fellowship, where we can celebrate our one-ness as brothers and sisters in Christ. There’s music, games, skits, and plenty of great conversation across the generations. The best part is that God’s Word is the centerpiece of everything we do during T3.
T3 SCHEDULE FOR 2018-2019
How does T3 work?
Every Sunday from 9:15 to 10:25 a.m., adults, teens, and children all gather together in the gymnasium. Some of our time will be spent divided into age groups so that we can receive age appropriate teaching, but much of our time will be spent together in conversation about the Word of God we have studied. T3 is a time for us to learn God’s Word and also to share it with one another as we share life experiences where we have seen God at work in our lives.
What We're Studying at the Moment...
In the weeks leading up to Lent, we will examine the "I Am" statements of Jesus using the following schedule:
- Sunday, January 20 - "I am the Gate for the Sheep"
- Sunday, January 27 - TOGETHER SUNDAY (NO T3)
- Sunday, February 3 - "I am the Good Shepherd"
- Sunday, February 10 - NO T3
- Sunday, February 17 - I am the Resurrection and the Life"
- Sunday, February 24 - I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life"
- Sunday, March 3 - "I am the Vine"
Breakout Lessons for Children and Youth
Beginning this year, children and youth between the grades of 3K through 8th grade will begin a journey through the Scriptures using the Concordia Publishing House’s Cross Explorations curriculum. This year will begin with Creation, and our lessons through the year will take us Genesis and Exodus, culminating with Moses leading the Children of Israel out of Egypt toward the Promised Land.
As you arrive each Sunday, take time to enjoy refreshments and snacks as you get to know your fellow members of Trinity.
And it can’t truly be Trinity Time Together if you’re not here!