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TRINITY KIDS LIVE! fall edition


fall series

Paul’s Great Adventure!


Jesus is better than anything else because His love is for everyone.


Jesus is our Savior

bible verse:

“Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever! Amen.” 2 Peter 3:18

key passages:

Acts 28:15-31
Paul arrives in Rome

Do you need to find the perfect place or time to tell others about Jesus? The answer is no. The perfect time or place is anywhere you are.

Paul is an example of never letting an opportunity pass by. It didn’t matter if he was running from a murder plot or an unfair trial. He told people about Jesus. Jesus changed Paul. Every breath, every step, and at all times Paul told others about Jesus. He wanted them to experience the love of Jesus, so he spoke.

Speaking is what got Paul in trouble. When Paul had encountered Jesus but kept it to himself, who would have noticed, Paul would not have upset the Jewish council or the Sanhedrin. But Paul could not keep the love of Jesus from others.

When Paul finally arrived in Rome, he had survived trials, a murder plot, a shipwreck, and a snake bit! He knew that this time in Rome would not be easy. Paul knew he was innocent of the false claims that were against him, but he still took the time to tell others about the gift of salvation.

Paul was under house arrest for two years in Rome. He was allowed to have visitors. People brought the supplies that he needed, and in return, Paul told them about the love of God.

The Bible tells us that some people listened to Paul and became followers, while others did not.

We have come to the end of our journey with Paul in the book of Acts. Discuss with your parents your favorite adventure that Paul took. Get ready to share it with a friend!




I’ve got a River of life
Be Bold




“Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity. Colossians 3:12-14 (NIV)

Key passages:

The Letter of Colossians

Good morning Friends, What was in the mailbox today? I was not expecting clothes. There was a shirt, a pair of pants, socks, and a hat. I wonder what God wants us to understand.

Paul wrote this letter to the church in Colossians because they needed to change the way they were treating others. What does that have to do with clothes?

I bet Paul wants us to dress better! We spend a lot of time choosing our clothes, but do we spend time thinking about our attitude? Paul is not talking about fancy clothes or fancy shoes. He is talking about our attitudes. Paul wants us to treat others with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. God also wants us to forgive others and to be understanding of others.

Not only does he want us to have a good attitude with others, but he wants us not to be mad at people. God wants us to show forgiveness.

Remember the hat that was in the mailbox? A hat sort of tops off the outfit. How about we top off our attitude by remembering to greet everyone with love!

family questions


Draw a picture of putting on a good attitude!


Every Move I Make

Sunday School


3 Years - Kindergarten

We’re excited to offer on-campus Sunday School for kids ages 3 years – Pre-K. Children will be signed in on the Early Childhood Playground. Little’s Live will continue to be available online each week. 

Space is limited. Registration is required. Go to the Events below to register.

Sunday School


1st - 5th Grade

We’re excited to offer on-campus Sunday School for kids in grades 1-5! Gather with us to worship together.

Space is limited. Registration is required. Go to the Events below to register.



Diane Grams

Director of Children’s Ministry

Diane loves Jesus and loves to share Jesus with everyone around her. She is passionate about helping families find their community and grow in their faith. With over twenty years of experience in children’s ministry, Diane is excited to be a part of the Trinity family! She loves serving the church through building communities, educating the children, and connecting families. At all times Diane can be found with a cup of coffee and cheering on the Minnesota Vikings!