Our adult Bible study classes begin at 9am on Sunday mornings. They are grouped according to common interests, and/or age. Each class varies in size, selects their own Bible Study curriculum, and differs in their method for learning. Many of our classes begin with an informal time for coffee and fellowship. Some classes gather for a brief time of sharing news and prayer concerns before beginning their studies.
There is probably more than one class that you would enjoy. Therefore, we encourage you to visit several of these classes and find the one that feels right for you. Adult classes meet in both the Creative Life Center (CLC) and the Educational Building on the Mulberry campus at Trinity. This space was designed with near-by “special needs” parking and easy access to all rooms. The CLC is on the east end of the campus near the sanctuary. The Education Wing is on the west end of the campus, beyond the gymnasium. Whether you are new or a long-time member of Trinity, adults of all ages are always welcome.
Explore – College Age
Explore Sunday Mornings at 9am in the Library on the Mulberry Campus. Join us for this weekly Bible Study. Anyone, ages 18-24, is welcome. Invite your friends!
Whether you’ve grown up in San Antonio, moved here to go to college or are back in town for the break, Trinity has a place for you to grow and explore your faith. Beyond learning all the basics in life (like laundry, car maintenance and filing your taxes) this season of your life is an excellent opportunity to begin making your faith your own. We want to help you discover a faith that is dynamic, vibrant and intersects with the pressing questions of living in a global world. So whether you were raised with a faith of your parents or have started exploring faith more recently, there’s a place for you.
Trinity has long believed that life is lived best with the wisdom and experiences of people from blended age groups. Trinity offers small group bible studies that help those in their late teenage years and twenties share in life, dive into scripture, and learn to connect with God deeply though prayer.
(Meets in E256)
Illuminate Young Adult Class – Ages 20-30s
In our twenties and thirties, we come from different walks of life as students,professionals, some married, and some parents. We are committed to navigating life together through questions of vocation, purpose, and investing in relationships. We use the Baptist Way curriculum in order to wrestle with scripture in ways that are engaging, challenging, hopeful, and allow our lives to become illuminated by the God revealed afresh through scripture. (Meets in E252)
Members of our class are young to median adults. Many have school age children and a few have young teens. The teaching style is informal and discussion oriented. We use the Formations curriculum. (Meets in E254)
Our members span a wide age range although most are in their late 30’s and 40’s. We have married couples and singles. The teaching style is a more formal lecture style and we use the Formations curriculum. (Meets in E250)
Our class consists of men and women from a wide range of ages. The teaching is informal with much discussion and we utilize a variety of teaching resources. (Meets in E303)
Experiencing God on 281
Our class is comprised of primarily couples and has a strong focus on fellowship and group discussion. We especially welcome others that are not already involved in another Sunday school class. (Meets in Large Dining Room)
River of Life Class
Our class has a strong emphasis on the study of contemporary issues. We are primarily made up of married couples and the teaching style facilitates discussion. (Meets in E313)
Members of our class are married and single men and women. The teaching style is primarily discussion and we utilize the Formations. (Meets in the Small Dining Room)
New Beginnings Class
Our unique class is for women who are in recovery or have completed a recovery program for substance abuse. The teaching style is lecture with some discussion. (Meets in E311)
Our class meets the needs of women of all ages; married or unmarried, who desire to develop their relationship with the Lord. We use Formations curriculum and a discussion format. (Meets in CLC 201)
We are a friendly class that digs deep into the scriptures. Our class is open to men and women of all ages. (Meets in CLC 206/208)
Sunday Live Class
We are a welcoming group where the Bible comes alive each Sunday as its application to here and now is developed through lively discussions full of insight, wisdom, and good humor. Members are men and women, mostly singles, 55 and over. (Meets in CLC 200)
Members of our class are couples and singles ranging in age from 50 and over. Our teaching style is lecture with some discussion. (Meets in CLC 203)
Our class consists of couples and singles age 60 and over. The teaching style is formal, but with active class participation and discussion. We are a mission oriented group enjoying strong fellowship. (Meets in CLC 110/115)
Members of our class are singles and couples 60 and older. We utilize BaptistWay curriculum and the teaching style is lecture with some discussion. (Meets in CLC 205)
Our class is a friendly co-ed class of primarily older couples and singles. The teaching style is lecture and discussion using the BaptistWay curriculum. (Meets in CLC 207-209) *Note: Kingdom Seekers and the Love Class first meet together at 9am in room 207/209 before separating for Bible study.
Our women’s class is small enough to encourage comments, questions, discussion, and to pray for individual and church needs. We use the BaptistWay curriculum and related scripture. (Meets in CLC 204)
As a family of friends, our class of women primarily 60 and older focuses on Bible study, God’s love, caring for each others, and fellowship. (Meets in CLC Grand Room) *Note: Joyseekers and Round Up Renegades first meet together at 9am in the Grand Room and then separate for Bible study.
Our class consists of a close-knit family of Sr. Adult men, most who are retired. We are open to new members and are known for our loyalty, fun, and immediate willingness to help when needed. (Meets in CLC 210)