We get it — we all have very busy lives! Sometimes it may seem impossible to even add one more thing to the to-do list. Yet, although our lives are very full, we never want to become too busy that we forget about the important things, like connecting relationally with others. We believe that we are stronger in life when we do life together!
EVERYONE IN ONE is a challenge for all of us as we head into the fall season to be intentional about making our connection within the church family a priority. We grow together best when we are meeting together, getting to know each other’s story, and helping each other to apply Biblical truths to our everyday life. As a church, our goal is to provide the best opportunities for this to happen — we have such an amazing line-up of leaders and a wide variety of groups.
So, let’s participate in this challenge together and see life groups as not just something else to do, but a true source of community and spiritual growth.
There is a place for everyone to be in one!
If you need additional information, please call the church office at 770.252.1020.
These Life Groups will begin September 5 and meet on a regular basis.
Wherever you are in
your journey of life, there's a place for you.
Family Life Group
Sean + Holly Savoy
One Saturday monthly, 6:00 PM | Summergrove
Come build deeper relationships with others in the church and share some great food and fellowship with your whole family.
Family Life Group
Tad + Alysha Salisbury
1st/3rd Sunday, 5:00 PM | White Oak - Off Sullivan Road in Newnan.
Come build deeper relationships with others in the church and share some great food and fellowship with your whole family. Childcare will be available for $5.00 a family.
Tad + Alysha Salisbury
2nd/4th Sunday, 5:00 PM Student Hall, Trinity Campus
Gen Y is for adults ages 21 and up. It is a Life Group that will focus on having fellowship, seeking God and having adventures while building community with one another.
Pastors Chad & Rhonda McGinnis Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
If you are new to our Trinity family or if you are looking for a way to engage with others on a deeper level, join us for the Engage Life Group. This will be a 12-week journey to learning more about our church family and more about your gifts, talents and personalities and how they come together to influence the community around us.
Dusty Rhodes Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
In Soul Keeping, John Ortberg helps Christians rediscover their soul — the best connection to God there is — and find out why it’s hurting and why neglecting it has set so many believers so far back spiritually. We will be seeking to provide reasonable answers to common questions about the fundamentals of our faith and the Bible.
Study of the Gospel of John
Dan + Gloria Gentry Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
Join a collaborative, participatory style study of the Gospel of John, to help you truly “have life in his name.” (John 20:31), abundantly/to the full (John 10:10). This will be a systematic study to gain a full understanding of what God has spoken to us – to you – about Jesus Christ, Son of God, in John’s gospel. There will be (simple) homework of reading and “thinking about” the next chapter to aid group discussion.
Study of the Gospel of John
Ed + Debbie Brown & Boyd + Karen Collins 2nd/4th Sunday, 5:30 PM Home of Ed & Debbie Brown - Sharpsburg
Join us as we share food and study the Gospel of John together.
Boyd & Karen Collins, Bill & Tammy Melton Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
Jesus told us in Matthew 28:19 to make disciples, however, most Christians do not ever share the Gospel. “One Wish” is one of many methods used to evangelize. It is a simple way for Christians to share their faith with others. The “One Wish” method uses two questions, one verse from the Bible and four pictures. There are wrist bands, booklets, and a 21 day challenge for new believers. “One Wish” concentrates on evangelism, winning souls and encourages finding a church in order to grow in their spiritual journey. It is more than being religious, it is about developing a personal relationship and friendship with God. In the “One Wish” life group, we will come together to be trained with this tool, pray for lost loved ones, and go out to the community to share how they can have a relationship with God and connect at Trinity church.
Sun, 9-10:00 AM | Trinity Campus
There will be Spirit-led prayer on Sunday mornings from 9:00-10:00 AM in Room 402. This group will be lead by Benson Okpara.
Health & Nutrition
Dana Trant Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
Are you tired of being tired? Does input really equal output? What is a toxic body? Are you really what you eat? Would you like practical ideas that could change the course of you and your family’s overall health? Come join us as we look at health and wellness in a unique, fun, applicable way!
The Great Outdoors
John Steinklauber TBA
Explore God and His infinite beauty through nature and the outdoors. This group is for anyone who wants to explore, no experience needed. We will hike, camp, and canoe (possibly raft upon the waters of white), through some of Georgia’s exceptional parks and celebrate the amazing wonders of our Creator.
How to Pray - Like a Man
Paul Malveaux Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
“Welcome all men, to a robust spiritual life and muscle building encounter with Christ, concerning the unique role of men in prayer. Our encounter will be teacher lead, student discussion. We will only tackle the topic of “How to Pray – Like a Man”
Crews Boyd Thursdays, 8:00 AM | Redneck Gourmet - Newnan
This is a group of guys that meet weekly at Redneck Gourmet Café for breakfast, fellowship, and about one hour of sharing, encouraging, and praying for known needs.
Ladies Winter Bible Study
Brenda Smaltz Tuesdays, 9:30–11:30 AM | Trinity Campus, Room 132
The Sermon on the Mount - Learn what it means to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven according to Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount through a 9-week study. What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? Matthew’s gospel opens with three chapters containing Jesus’ longest recorded message – a sermon given to His disciples early in His ministry to articulate what the life of a Christ-follower would look like. It was a message intended to turn upside down every expectation His closest followers might have. Both practical and profound, the sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness? This study shows us how Jesus gave us a well-ordered message, intended to challenge us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification. This group begins Feb. 5. (Please order your study book from Lifeway.com or Amazon.com)ace where His grace will not sustain you.
“Unexpected” by Christine Caine
Lori Grimes . Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Campus
Life is an unpredictable journey full of twists and turns and the fear of the unexpected. But we can trust that God uses everything as an invitation to rely on him more completely. We can move from a life filled with fear control and feeling stuck to one full of hope, faith, and trust. Come join us for a study with Christine Caine...Unexpected!
Women’s Fitness Group
Holly Savoy Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Trinity Track
If you’re looking for a little motivation for exercise, join other ladies as we walk/jog/exercise and fellowship. Come join the fun!
Women’s Running Club
Rachel Wozniak MWF, 8:00 AM | Peachtree City & Newnan
Exercise and fellowship with other women, meeting three times each week at Peachtree City or Newnan locations. This group meets during the school year.
Last Tuesday of each month, 7:00 PM
We will read a different Christian fiction book each month and the meet at various local restaurants to discuss the book and its impact on our lives.
Lunch with the Girls
TBA - Time and location
Ladies....come out and meet for lunch a couple times a month at a home or a designated restaurant. A great time for fellowship!
Compassion Night at Atlanta Dream Center
One Thursday per month, 5:45-9:00 PM
Join volunteers from the Atlanta Dream Center hit the streets to reach our homeless friends with food, clothing and most importantly, the love of Christ . . we call it COMPASSION NIGHT!
Freedom from Life-Controlling Issues
Deron + Marsha Burdette
Wed, 7:00 PM| Trinity Campus
We are creating a safe place for people to learn Biblical steps to moving forward in freedom from life-controlling issues including substances, behaviors, and relationships. One of the ways to identify a life-controlling problem (or the start of one) is when a substance, behavior or relationship interferes in an important area of our life (job, school, family, etc.) and we continue to use, practice or relate in the same way. Some of us want to better understand how to help a friend or family member who is trapped by a life-controlling problem, others may be suffering the painful consequences of a loved one’s life-controlling problem, and many of us feel that we have marginalized by the Christian community. Deron and Marsha are looking to create a safe place for people to come and learn Biblical steps to freedom from this life-controlling issues. They use life experiences and the Word of God to help this group continually make steps forward in their own journey.
Sean & Holly Savoy One Friday monthly TBD, 6:30 PM | Newnan
Join (and make some new) friends as our middle school students meet monthly at the Savoy home to hang out. Pizza will be served. Guys bring drinks, girls bring a snack. Let’s grow together to make a difference!
Drew + Sara Anthony
1st/3rd Sundays, 6:30 PM | Newnan
Join (and make some new) friends as REALife meets in homes. Let’s grow together to make a difference. Dinner will be served.
Basketball Group: Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders Today
Billy Campbell + Anthony Russell
Sundays, 1:30 PM | Trinity Gymnasium
This group for ages 12–17 meets weekly for playing basketball in addition to meeting weekly for a Sunday Class at 10:00 AM in Room 402.