Discipleship Pathway

Taking steps to become more like jesus

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The third step along the discipleship pathway is GROW. Growing as a disciple of Jesus is a life-long journey. There are four aspects of formation that make up a fully devoted follower of Jesus.

– Spiritual:
habits, disciplines, intimacy

– Intellectual:
understanding the Scriptures, loving God with our mind

– Missional:
serving those in need and sharing the good news of the Gospel

– Communal:
with others: we were never meant to go through life alone

What people are saying . . .

Karen says . . .
“Being in women’s Bible studies, particularly Precepts, along with participating in marriage relationship classes with my husband has deepened my understanding of God’s word and my sense of community at Trinity . . .”

Jon says . . .
“Being in Trinity’s Marriage Matters group has shown me the importance of couples continually working on keeping their marriage healthy and alive. This involvement has helped keep my marriage vibrant and successful. Talking with other marrieds about the challenges, as well as blessings, of a Christ-centered marriage really helps me as well as my children . . .”

Austin says . . .
“Participating and serving in Trinity’s College Group and other Student & Family Ministries has helped me find a solid Christian community that is supportive and helping me grow in living out my purpose of discipling others.”


We offer a number of group experiences, classes and events that meet a variety of needs and interests. Groups are the primary way the Trinity family builds relationships, grows in our faith and cares for one another. Groups meet on our church campus, as well as in homes and at local coffee shops.

Join a group or learn more about what group is right for you!


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.