We are formed into Christ’s likeness by steps, not leaps and bounds. Spiritual growth and maturity take place over time, and require intentionality. At Trinity opportunities to participate in the process of formation occur in multiple ways, including classes, discipleship and mentoring relationships, as well as engagement with spiritual disciplines.
This program connects married couples in the Trinity community with those planning soon to be married. Using Tim Keller’s, The Meaning of Marriage, couples engage in conversations that are intended to foster Christ-centered marriages.
At Trinity, this takes place in same-gendered relationships in which a mature Christians (mentors) exhort and encourage their mentor partners toward a deepening level of Christian growth.
Pastoral Care involves the thoughtful listening, prayer & guidance that can only come from a trusted pastor. We have many qualified staff members, lay ministers, small group leaders & counselors who want to care for you as a child of God. If you would like to sit with someone and have a conversation about what you are experiencing in your relationship with God, we want to arrange that. Feel free to reach out to Gareth Allcott, our Formation Pastor.