Discipleship Pathway

Taking steps to become more like jesus

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The second step along the discipleship pathway is BELONG. Inside every human being is the need to feel closely connected with other people: to be known, valued and loved. We are committed to help you grow in your walk with Jesus, as well as deepen your relationship with others.

The Scriptures teach that spiritual growth is best lived out in community. As Ephesians 2:19b reminds us, “You are no longer strangers or outsiders. You BELONG here . . .”

Our signature new-member class, Explorations, will help you discover ways to serve the body of Christ.

What people are saying . . .

Joy says . . .
“This class was enlightening and informative of what Trinity’s mission is and gave me a better understanding of the various ministries of the church.  We enjoyed meeting new and old friends; and we can now not only say that we attend Trinity, but call Trinity our church home.”  

Chris says . . .
“Joining the church choir gave me a starting place for name-knowing fellowship. The weekly rehearsals and Sunday services were key to connecting and grafting me into the Trinity family.” 

Steve says . . .
“Trinity’s Friday Fellowship has been a blessing and has helped to provide me with opportunities to connect with men and develop intentional relationships with brothers of faith. It shows me how God is working in our community and that His spirit is alive and present in our lives.”

This is our response to membership, where you’ll have the opportunity to become a covenant partner at Trinity. During the class you’ll have the opportunity to meet the pastors and staff, discover the core values of the Church, and learn what it means to be Presbyterian. You’ll make new friends, and enjoy good food, in a comfortable, casual setting.

Be part of the next EXPLORATIONS CLASS on February 4 & 5! Register below.

Staff

Rev. Mike Kenyon

Executive Associate Pastor for Evangelism, Discipleship & Multiplication

Mike has a passion to help disciples of Jesus integrate the truth of God’s Word into their everyday lives.   He enjoys equipping people of all ages and cultural backgrounds, to experience a vibrant relationship with Jesus (grounded in prayer) and to help individuals share the good news of the gospel in whatever setting God calls them. Having grown up in poverty, Mike has a heart to empower people to understand the spiritual and physical needs of the poor; and thereby respond in Christian love and service.  Mike received his MDiv at Rockbridge Theological Seminary (having completed much of his course work at Fuller Theological Seminary).  He enjoys playing basketball, tennis, singing in choral groups and filmmaking.  Mike and his wife Allison have two children; Austin and Kylie.