A Trinity Small Group is a caring and intentional gathering of individuals committed to meet regularly for the purpose of growing as disciples of Jesus Christ and in Christ-like relationship with each other. Small Groups serve as an additional opportunity for Bible study and topical studies beyond Sunday morning offerings.
Why Join A Small Group
We offer approximately 24 short-term small groups each year. Each group meets weekly for 8-12 consecutive weeks.
Adult small groups are a great place to connect. While on earth, Jesus asked his followers to “Love each other, just as I have loved you” (John 13:34). That same challenge applies to those of us that want to follow Him today. Relationship is at the heart of our faith. As part of a Bible Study group we can know others and be known by others; we can pray for others and be prayed for; we can encourage others and be encouraged. If you have not already done so, we hope you will connect with a small group of friends with whom you will grow in God’s love. New groups are offered three “semesters” a year.
Fall 2017 Small Groups
The following Small Groups will met weekly on Wednesday evenings, 6:00-7:30 pm on the Mulberry Campus beginning the week of September 6.
Hebrews: How God Speaks to Us
Led by Pastor Les | Mulberry Dining Room
God communicates to us? Are we listening? Seeing? One of the most overlooked books in the Bible will show us how. The book is Hebrews.
Circle of Sisters, Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World (for women)
Led by Rhonda Jones/Sue Schank | Room 301
Utilizing lessons learned from the Biblical stories of Mary and Martha, this 10-week Bible study by Joanna Weaver will give women the tools they need to blend intimacy with Jesus and service for Him in the midst of busy lives.
Band of Brothers (for men)
Led by Karl Schank and Pat Nolan | Rooms 311
This fall, the Band of Brothers men’s Bible study will continue their study of the book of Hebrews, beginning with Hebrews chapter 10. We’d love to have you join us; we’ll start with a review anyway, so nobody will be lost.
Ministry to Moms (for moms)
Led By Barbara Bach, Carol Lecholop, Susie Marett, Nancy Yale, & DeeDee Brogan | CLC Grand Room
This group for moms of children newborn thru High School gather for dinner, fellowship, and study. The curriculum includes Biblically based videos with discussion. Sign up.
Led By Christopher Mack | McCarty Conference Room
This incredible workbook helps people define their purpose and sacred calling. It includes simple readings, playful exercises and journaling. During these 5-sessions, WonderLife will bring clarity to your past, maximize your present and help you build the future you want. This group is based on the principles of Psalm 139 and demonstrates how God can take broken things and make them beautiful again. Sign up.
Other Weekly Small Group Opportunities
Joy for Living: A Study in Philippians (for men & women)
Led by Pastor Les & Rev. Patrick Gahan
Begins Weds., Sept. 6, 7:15-8 am at TriPoint, Conference Room 2
Our life stories are connected to the biblical story found in Philippians. Regardless of our circumstances, we can live with deep joy.
Proverbs 31 Women (for women)
Led by Cindy Levy | Begins Saturday, Sept. 2 | 11am – 1pm, CLC Grand Room
(meets 1st Sat of every-other month)
Connect with women of all ages who are committed to help other women – locally, regionally, or globally. We meet every-other month and do hands-on projects such as putting together birthday kits for women in impoverished countries without medical resources to ensure the safe delivery of a baby. Sign up.
Truth, Assurance, Commitment, Obedience (T.A.C.O.)
Tuesdays | TriPoint Conf Rms 1 & 3 | Led by Mary Osborne and John Hale
6 pm – Food and Fellowship | 6:30-7:30 pm-Bible Study
Kidz Korner programming is available for pre-K – age 12, Conf Rm 3. Sign up.
Writing Down the Spirit
Led by Jeff Cowart | Begins Thurs., Sept. 7, 6:30-8pm, Mulberry Ed. Rm 301
Written self-expression is a spiritual gift that many of us fear because of school memories of grammar rules and harsh critiques. Creation is a powerful story and all are endowed by the creator with the power to tell their own stories. In this group we work to learn how to free the spirit to express itself in writing, regardless of the medium (fiction, non-fiction, journal, letters…) with the supporting grace and encouragement of fellow creators. Sign up.
Precepts (a Kay Arthur study for men & women)
Begins Sunday, Sept. 10, 3:30-5:30pm | Led by Sharyel Bradford
This is an in-depth study of the book of James, with discussions, homework and a video presentation. There is a workbook fee and all are welcome. Sign up.
Dialogue – Christian Authors Discussion Group (for men & women)
Begins Monday, Sept. 11, 7pm in homes every other week | Rotating Leaders
New participants are welcome! Please contact Veronica Grant for details regarding locations: 210-307-6900. Sign up.
Life After Loss (for men & women)
Led by Karion Krieger and Blanche Armendariz
Begins Wednesday, September 13, 4:00 – 5:00pm in Mulberry Ed Rm 301
This group is designed to help persons after the death of a loved one. We will address physical, emotional and spiritual coping for daily living and preparing for holidays and special events. Sign up.
Precepts (a Kay Arthur study for men & women)
Begins Friday, Sept. 15, 9:30am, Mulberry CLC Rm 110 | Led by Fredda Gill
This in-depth study of the book of James, includes discussion, homework and a video presentation. There is a workbook fee and scholarship money is available. All are welcome. Sign up.
Quiet Strength: Principles, Practices & Priorities of a Winning Life (for men)
Led by Bob Lodes | Begins Tuesday, Sept 19, 6:30pm 435 Forrest Hill Drive, 78209
In this culture driven by material success, Tony Dungy, author of Quiet Strength, reminds us what matters in the game of life. At the top of his NFL success, he demonstrates the value of making memories as well as money, seeing family as more important than fame, and building up a storehouse of eternal wealth that will never fade away. Sign up.
Esther (a Beth Moore Study for women)
Led by Laurie Bracher | Begins Mon., Sept. 18, 9:30-11:30am, Mulberry Rm 301
This 10-session Old Testament study of Esther by Beth Moore is a profile in courage and contains many modern-day parallels for today’s overloaded and stressed woman. Sign up.
Online Small Group Opportunities
Faith Collective is a website with free educational resources given to you by Trinity Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas. It is designed to help you grow in relationship with Christ and with others. If you need support for family, parenting, marriage, and other relationships, or you need help with recovery, financial management, aging, or other life stage issues, Faith Collective provides resources for you.
In addition to providing resources for individuals, we offer online small groups. Therefore, if you enjoy learning in relationship with others, we encourage you to visit the Faith Collective Website at: www.faithcollective.org and sign up to receive updates about online Small Groups and how you can register. These online group are available to anyone with internet access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the duration of a specific group.
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