Faith Friends is an intergeneration program pairing senior adults with children K-5th grade. We believe the relationship between senior adults and children can be some of the most enjoyable and influential relationships in our faith walks. We gather 3 to 4 times during the school year for different activities. The same adult and child stay together all through the year and if you both join back up in subsequent years you will also stay together. If you have questions or would like to sign up for yourself or sign up a child please contact Marie Burns.Contact Marie
Youth and Adults are invited to join us for a ukulele class starting Sun. Sept. 10 at 3:15 in the Choir Room. We will have a limited number of ukuleles available to use or bring your own! If you're interested in learning the ukulele, this is a great opportunity for you.Contact Micky
All school age children are invited on August 25th from 5:00-6:30 in the gym. We'll have hot dogs, jumpers, cotton candy, face painting and more!
Gaylord Lord has served Trinity for the past 17 years as the church’s Facility Manager.We as a church want to express our deep appreciation for all he has done to help keep our facilities up and running, and assisting Trinity in being a spring-board for ministry in Ruston and beyond. Please join us on Wednesday, August 23, 3:00 until 5 p.m. in the Chapel foyer as we celebrate the retirement of Gaylord Lord.
August 24th we will visit the Shreveport Water Works Museum. It houses a turn-of-the-century steam-powered water treatment plant that originally opened in 1887. It is a National Historic Landmark and is absolutely impressive. The museum is free of charge. Gas will be $5. Lunch will follow the tour. Please sign up by Aug 21.Contact Marie Burns
We need loving hearts and willing hands to help lead our new College/Young Adults Small Groups. Looking for men, women, and couples willing to lead, teach, feed, and build relationships with the amazing college students who will be a part of this ministry. If you are interested in serving in any way please contact Becky Clark.Contact Becky Clark
There will be a new class starting Sunday, August 13th in the Atrium across from the gym and Trinity Center at 9:30 a.m. If you are interested in participating or serving in any way please contact Becky Clark.Contact Becky
On August 30 in the Fellowship Hall kitchen we will have a fun time cooking together. We will prepare delicious meals you can take home and put in the freezer for later. Serving sizes will be 1 to 2 each. Cost will depend on number participating but you will only pay for your groceries. If you are interested in the meals but cannot do the prep work, please contact Marie Burns. Deadline to sign up is Aug 27. Menu coming soon!Contact Marie Burns
God is inviting you to experience Him in an intimate love relationship through which He reveals His will, His ways, and His work. This study, led by Carolyn Smith, starts September 6th from 9:30-11 a.m. in room 212. Workbooks are $17. Contact the church office if you are interested in doing the study or have any questions.Contact us
This is a women’s mentoring ministry designed to develop closer relationships across generations of women, and to deepen their relationships with Jesus Christ. It’s for women of all ages and stages – from 18 to 108! We are all friends who become family. This amazing women’s mentor ministry meets monthly; kicking off in September. If you would like to participate, please sign up by contacting the church ofice.Contact Us
The Men’s Ministry invites couples to join them for June 11, July 9, and August 13 as they watch “Laugh Your Way To a Better Marriage” by Mark Gungor. We will meet in the Trinity Center at 5:30pm for a meal as we watch the videos.
Christian Community Action is the local food pantry and assistance ministry, partnering with the churches in the area to proved assistance to those in need. Every month, we have red bags at tegh Connection Tables in the Trinity Center and the Sanctuary on the last Sunday of the Month. We invite you to pickup one of these red bags, and then return it the following week filled with non-perishable food items to help keep CCA's pantry stocked and ready to serve those in our community.