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Small Groups

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

Register for a Small Group by signing up online below, emailing Kathy at or by calling 210-738-7740.

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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.

Winter/Spring Small Groups


A Beth Moore Study (for women)   |  Led by Laurie Bracher
Begins January 27 |  9:30-11:30am  |  Ed. Room 301, Mulberry Campus


MidWeek (for College and Emerging Adults)  | Led by Sarah Sensenig 
Begins January 28  |  7:00pm  |  Choir Room, Mulberry Campus
We will be beginning a new series, Key Players in the Old Testament!

TACO  | Led by Mary Osborne and John Hale
Begins January 7  |  TriPoint Hub and Meeting Rooms 1 & 3, TriPoint Campus
6 pm Food & Fellowship | 6:30-7:30 pm Bible Study
Kidz Korner available for pre-K – age 12, Conference Room 3


Romans: Connecting Our Beliefs & Actions (for men and women)
Led by Pastor Les & Rev. Patrick Gahan

Begins January 8 |  7:15-8:00 am  |  Conf. Room 2, TriPoint Campus
Romans is called by some “the Constitution of the New Testament.” Step into this friendship community for learning how to apply the Scriptures we study.

Circle of Sisters (for women)  |  Led by Rhonda Jones/Sue Schank
Begins January 8  |  6-7:30 pm  |  Ed. Room 301, Mulberry Campus
Circle of Sisters is a small group for women of various ages and stages of life seeking to study God’s word and will for our daily lives. We will study the book Job by Lisa Harper

Band of Brothers (for men)  |  Led by Karl Schank and Pat Nolan
Begins January 8 |  6-7:30pm  |  McCarty Conf. Room, Mulberry Campus
New individuals are always welcome!

Ministry to Moms (for moms)
Led By Barbara Bach, Carol Lecholop, Susie Marett, Nancy Yale, & DeeDee Brogan
Begins January 8 |  6-7:30pm  |  CLC Grand Room, Mulberry Campus
This group for moms of children newborn thru High School gathers for dinner, fellowship, and study. The curriculum includes Biblically based videos with discussion.

Pastor’s Bible Study  |  Led by Pastor Les
Begins January 8 |  6-7:30pm  |  Dining Room, Mulberry Campus

Dave Ramsey Financial Peace Study  |  Led by Julie Kroninger
Begins January 8 |  6-7:30pm  |  Ed. Room 307-311, Mulberry Campus

Young Adult Small Group “Be the Bridge”  |  Led by Christopher Mack and Michael Brough
Begins January 8 |  6-7:30pm  |  Ed. Room 313, Mulberry Campus
With racial tensions as high within the American church as outside the church, it is time for Christians to become the leaders in the conversation on racial reconciliation. This power-packed guide helps readers deepen their understanding of historical factors and present realities, equipping them to participate in the ongoing dialogue and to serve as catalysts for righteousness, justice, healing, transformation, and reconciliation.


Men’s Thursday Group  |  Led by Gary Higgs
Begins January 2 |12 noon  |  McCarty Conference Rm, Mulberry Campus
Begins January 9 | 12 noon  |  Meeting Room 2, TriPoint Campus

Writing Down the Spirit  |  Led by Jeff Cowart
Begins January 16 | 6:30-8:00pm  |  Ed. Room 301, Mulberry Campus
Written self-expression is a spiritual gift that many of us fear because of school memories of grammar rules and harsh critiques. 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.


Precepts  (a Kay Arthur study for men and women)  |  Led by Fredda Gill
Begins January 10  |  9:30am  |  CLC Grand Room, Mulberry Campus


Proverbs 31 Women (for women)  |  Led by Cindy Levy
Meets the 1st Saturday of every-other month
Begins January 4  |  
11:00am–1:00pm  |  CLC Grand Room, Mulberry Campus
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 for women in impoverished countries. If you have questions, please contact Cindy: 210-219-6761.

Couple’s Group  |  Led by Judd and Jennifer Cochran
Begins January 11  | 5:30
pm  |  The Cochran’s Home


Sunday Morning Bible Study for all Ages
9:00-10:00am  |  Mulberry Campus

Dialogue (for men and women)  
Meets every-other week on Sundays  |  6:00-8:00pm  |  Off Campus
This group meets in homes every other week. New participants are always welcome! Please contact Veronica Grant for details: 210-307-6900.

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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, faith and military life, or other life stage issues, Faith Collective provides resources for you personally, or for use in the creation of a small group.

We encourage you to visit the Faith Collective Website at:

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