What is a Trinity Light Group?
Light Groups are gatherings of people connected to Trinity whose calls to “Be A Light” intersect. Because of a shared interest, passion, or cause, these groups are formed to help build connections between our faith and our life as we grow in relationship with one another.
HOW TO START A LIGHT GROUP:
- Find your passion and a couple others who share it.
- Figure out when, where, and how often your group will meet.
- Invite others to join you! Contact Gregory to create marketing.
- Start meeting any time after this point!
- Define your focus and how it relates to our missional narrative.
- Please consider including a service project at least once a year in your programing.
Light Groups DIRECTORY
Growing up continues long after we pass the legal adult age of 18 or 21.
Learn the basics of beading jewelry as you spend time reflecting on your faith and life. This is a group where all levels of beading experience are welcome and friendships are formed.
Fellowship and shared passion for beautiful music draws this group together to share their gift in worship on Sundays and other special days in our church worship life.
Would you be interested in leading worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30am? Rehearsal takes place at 8:30am that same morning, which means you need good sight reading skills and the ability to harmonize.
This group finds joy in helping others, working with the Lakes and Prairies Family and Community Services Transitional Housing Program.
Join others for dinner once a month trying a new restaurant together or going to your favorite haunt.
Serving coffee and cookies or a meal after a funeral offers great comfort to the gathered family and friends.
The beautiful plants around Trinity bring joy to all.
Our light group has decided to focus our learning and action on four key ministries this year: 1. Lutheran Disaster Response 2. Lutheran World Relief 3. ELCA Hunger Fund 4. Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services
Do you love to golf or just love to have an outing with others who like to golf?
Welcoming each person who enters Trinity is a key practice of the Hospitality Light Group.
Everyone 55+ is welcome to attend. We like to be active, have fun, and the fellowship is awesome!
Knit, crochet or work on any needlework or handwork together while sharing about life, faith and prayer concerns as you make special projects for others.
A Christian discussion & support group for LGBTQ+ persons, families, and allies that meets monthly.
We meet to read and discuss the lectionary texts for the coming Sunday each week.
Come to the Christian Life Center Classrooms on Monday mornings at 10 am and study the Bible with Pastor Matt.
Whether you have had your first or last child, this group comes together on Facebook and in person to offer support, listening and friendship over the joys and challenges of parenthood.
Help in the office at Trinity! An appreciated and much needed light group at Trinity who are asked to serve in an office setting.
Provide prayer support for people in times of need. Referrals are held in confidence. You can sign up to be a part of this ministry via phone chain or e-mail.
This is a beautiful ministry of creating a knitted or crocheted shawl.
This group offers a chance to serve others while also engaging in conversation and growing friendship. No quilting knowledge required!
We are Trinity members committed to helping a refugee family settle into life in Moorhead.
Are you interested in building stronger connections with other Trinity men while also serving our community? Then be part of SALTS: Shining A Light Through Service.
If you’ve visited our Trinity Preschool or watched the preschoolers sing in church recently, you know of these gems, these little people that sparkle! And thus the name for our light group: SPARKLERS!
Got brass? We rehearse weekly on Wednesdays from 5-6pm in the Sanctuary balcony and lead in worship as scheduled.
We gather at 3:45pm to prepare and serve an evening meal at Churches United, for 60 guests, clean the kitchen, and then leave around 7 pm.
The purpose of the Trinity Friends Light Group is to reach out to those who are unable to actively participate in the life of our congregation.
TLCW seeks to share the light of Christ with the women of our church through circle Bible studies and fellowship gatherings.
Trinity members join together to learn, listen and explore different aspects of racism in our community. We reflect both on how we affect racism in a positive and negative way.