Mid-Week Gathering

Wednesday Mid-Week Gathering

Every Wednesday Night all youth meet in the Youth Room from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Our evening is filled with worship, a lesson, small groups and snacks and games.

Middle School and High School begin together for announcements, worship, games, and snacks, then split for the lesson and small group time.

 

Sunday Mornings at Trinity


We challenge all of our students and their families to get involved and be the church!

Sunday Worship Service Times: 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Children's Worship and Small Groups will be available at both services!

Small Groups: TSM will offer GenerationNow (a Youth Small Group) during the 9:00 a.m. service. 

However, there are Small Groups for the whole family, including Multi-Generation and Topical Small Groups! Check out Trinity Church's growing list of Small Groups that meet throughout the week: SMALL GROUPS!

Service Opportunities: We encourage all students (and parents) to join a service rotation during the hour of worship that is alternative to the one they attend! There are many different areas to serve, including Babies and Preschool, Children's Worship, Tech and Sound Team, Greeting and First Impressions, and Building and Grounds Beautification! Volunteers will be placed onto a rotation schedule and will not have to serve every Sunday. 

Contact us for a complete list of service areas or for more information of any of these new changes!


What is Awana?

What exactly does it mean? The answers to those questions are in 2 Timothy 2:15 “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth”. It is an acronym from this verse: Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed.

Ok so now we know where the name comes from what exactly is Awana? Awana is a Christian club for boys and girls from ages 3 years old all the way up to 18 years old. The club is broken down into different age groups. Cubbies are 3-5 year olds it is a club for preschoolers before they start Kindergarten. Sparks are for Kindergarten through 2nd grade. Truth and Training is for all kids 3rd - 6th grade. Trek is for our middle school kids 7th-8th grade. Journey 24/7 is for the high school kids

What does Awana do?

The clubs are broken down into 3 different segments. 

Book Time: (this would be when the clubbers recite the memory verses they have been learning to earn awards). 

Council time: (This is our time when the leaders/directors share Bible stories and or age appropriate lesson plans). 

Game Time: We have team building games set for each one of the groups in Awana. Our game guys have games prepared for each group when they come into the gym or go out to Hagemann park. You want to hear some noise come on down and watch our game times. The gym will be rocking.

What makes Awana special?

Awana is a high energy club. We get wild and crazy with some of our themes. Kids are all about energy and movement. They like fun and wacky things that they don’t normally get. Some of the themes we may have are Wet & wild night, Barf night (Bring a Real Friend), Hero’s of the Faith dress up night just to mention a few of the themes we have done. We also have some special events each year: Awana Grand Prix (pine box derby car racing), Veggie night (each clubber uses vegetables to create something), Awana Luau potluck, Food drive to support our pantry, etc..

So how do you get involved in Awana?

If you have a child you can register them starting in August 2017 by going to the Trinity website: www.trinitylivermore.org or stop by the church office to pick up registration forms. We are always in need of more leaders and we can certainly train anyone who loves God, loves kids, and wants to join this wonderful team. For more information on Awana call the church office (925.447.1848).

WANT MORE DETAILS ON AWANA YM?

Check out their website awanaym.org

6th-8th GRADE AWANA - TREK

September 2017 - May 2018 Session:

Meeting Sunday afternoon from 3:30-5:30

This new program challenges students to wrestle with the three most important questions they’re asking in middle school:

  • Who am I?
  • Why am I here?
  • Who’s with me?

By allowing students to dive deep into the Scriptures and answer these questions for themselves we allow them to own their faith and discover what they actually believe.

 

Want to follow along as a parent? Download the TREK PARENT GUIDES

9th-12th GRADE AWANA - JOURNEY

September 2017 - May 2018 Session:

Meeting Sunday afternoon from 3:00-5:30

Journey® establishes high school students as lifelong disciples through a deep study of God's Word, mobilizing them to live with godly perspective and evident faith.

For more information on "JOURNEY" visit: awanaym.org/journey