Small Groups

The church doesn’t happen in rows. The church happens in circles.

-Andy Stanley

Trinity Church has a variety of Small Groups for you to join. A wide range of interests, phases of life and steps along your faith journey. Some are short term, and others have been coming together for a long time.
Learn more about them below!

(Note, due to COVID-19 many meetings are currently happening online, to get in touch with a small group leader please contact the Church office here or fill out the form at the end of this page.)

Ongoing adult small groups

United Methodist Women
The United Methodist Women organization was formed over 150 years ago. The mission of the UMW is to help and encourage women and children regionally, nationally, and internationally. The Trinity UMW meets on the 2nd Sunday of each month, right after church. During the quarantine, we have been meeting via Zoom.  All women of the church can be a part of the UMW. When meeting at the church, we share a meal together before the meeting begins. Our families and spouses are always invited to join us for the meal!
UMW Purpose: "United Methodist Women shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church."

Smith Small Group
The Smith Small Group meets Sunday mornings at 9:45 on the 3rd floor. Take a left off of the elevator and it's the room to the right. We question, discuss and learn from one another as we study topics of faith and discipleship. Our goal is to grow into deep, authentic relationships with God, with one another and with the community. (Until small groups resume in person meeting, join us on Zoom – 912 659 1431/Password-TRINITY.)

LAFS (Life and Faith Studies) Class
The LAFS class is a support group/current-book study class that meets 10:00 – 10:45 am on Sundays in the Fellowship Hall. They deal with supporting one another in their life's issues, as well as those of the larger community and attempt to grow in love, compassion, faith and outreach. ALL are welcome.

Open Door Class
The Open Door Class seeks to embrace diversity, foster Christian fellowship, encourage and respect all beliefs and ideas, challenge and promote spiritual growth, and to actively become involved in the needs of class members and the community as a whole. They meet at 10:00am on Sunday mornings on the 2nd floor. Hang a hard left off the elevator and they are the room on the other side of the stairwell landing straight ahead.

Young Adult Coffee/Conversation Time
Young Adults between the ages of 20(ish) and 40(ish) are welcome to attend our young adult coffee and conversation time. We meet in the 1st floor Parlor from 10 to 10:45 on Sunday mornings. If you're a parent, you can drop your child off on the 2nd floor in our Trinity Kids room for Sunday School and Children's Choir practice.

Upper Room Devotional Discussion Group
The Upper Room Devotional group meets every Sunday morning at 10am in the fellowship hall. It's open to people of all ages, stages, and backgrounds. Participants read the Upper Room Devotional daily and come on Sundays to discuss what they've read and to listen to each other's reflections.

Band of Mothers
Band of Mothers is a small group especially for moms. They meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at the church. The group is open to any mom and they gather for fellowship, devotion, and support through motherhood. FREE childcare is provided by our nursery staff.

Pooler Supper Club
For residents of Pooler and other Savannah suburbs, this Small Group meets about every other month for food and fellowship.

Other Small Groups

Throughout the year we offer a variety of short term or periodic Small Groups, some are book studies, college aged gatherings, etc. Stay tuned here for opportunities to join a Short Term Small Group!

Justice Talks
Justice Talks is a small group that meets periodically to learn and reflect on the diversity of Christ's Creation. We facilitate this through the study of books, documentaries, podcasts, or art on wide-ranging topics like Race, Disability, Sexuality, Gender, Homelessness, and Poverty. Learn all about the current happenings with Justice Talks here.

Want to find out more? Contact us!

Sign up for a small group

We'd love to get you connected to a small group in your area. Fill out the form below to get started.

Small groups help people grow in their faith and build community. Our groups take place throughout the week in different neighborhoods, so use this form to find a group that's right for you. We'd love to have you join us!