Join us for a special Rise Up event!
On October 27 at 6:00 pm we will meet at Tim Thompson’s house for a fire, barbecue, and worship. Bring your sons, meat to grill, and come join us.
Tim’s address is 2525 Chisholm Ct, Walla Walla, WA 99362.
Led by Tim Hutchison and Andrew Goin, Rise Up is a growth group for men that will talk about leadership, fatherhood, and raising your sons and daughters to be people of God.
Rise Up meets monthly on Saturday mornings at Trinity.
If you have any questions, you can contact Tim Hutchison at firstname.lastname@example.org or Andrew Goin at email@example.com.
Let's celebrate the season with Fall Fest!
We will have hay rides, s'mores, hot cider, a bonfire, and more! Most importantly, this will be a great event for you and your family to come enjoy some fellowship on an October afternoon. Bring some friends, and a dessert to share, and come join us!
Fall Fest will be October 14 from 3:00-6:00 pm at the Piefer Farm, 84608 Eastside Rd, Milton Freewater, OR 97862.
If you have any questions about this event, contact our office at 509-525-3032.
One of the best ways you can grow in your spiritual life is to join a Growth Group.
If you are interested in joining a Growth Group at Trinity, we’d love to invite you to GroupLink. At GroupLink you can meet face to face with some of our Growth Group leaders, meet other people who are looking to join a Growth Group, and you’ll leave connected to a group. We will have light snacks and childcare, register below to let us know you're coming. GroupLink is your best opportunity to get connected to a Growth Group and start growing in your relationship with others and with God.
Who: Anyone who is interested in joining a Growth Group.
When: October 5, 2018 at 6:00 pm
Ladies, please join us for an autumn morning with a delicious brunch, fun crafting, and faith building fellowship and devotional.
Hosted by REAL Women, we will focus on Relationships, Encouragement, Accountability, and Laughter.
Autumn in the Morning will be Saturday, September 29 at 10:00 am in Trinity's foyer.
Please RSVP by emailing Nichole Ojcius at firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the link below to register.
If you are new to Trinity or if you have decided to make Trinity your home and become a member, then we invite you to come to Engage. Engage is a great next step in a relationship with Trinity. It will help you learn who we are, how you fit, and where to go from here.
Our next Engage will be Monday, September 24 at 6:00 pm.
The Ministry Update is a chance for members of Trinity to talk about the nuts and bolts of our church, and get an update on the budget.
Dinner will not be provided, but we will have childcare. The Ministry Update will be on September 16 at 6:00 pm in the Youth Room.
If you are new to Trinity, we invite you to Pizza with the Pastors. Maybe you’ve checked out our website, read through our worship folder, and visited a few times, but there’s more you want to know.
Pizza with the Pastors is a free, casual lunch that gives you a chance to meet with our pastors and get to know a little more about Trinity. You’ll also have a chance to meet some other folks who are new to Trinity. We’ll provide the food and childcare, all you need to do is show up.
Pizza with the Pastors will be Sunday, September 16 after second service in the coffee corner. To register, click the button below.
High School and Middle School guys, join us at Trinity for a Guys Game Night on August 16 from 3:00pm to midnight!
There will be everything you love to do, we promise.
Put your game face on and bring a buddy because this will be epic!
Join us for the overnight Middle School Girls Shopping Trip to the Tri-Cities! We'll head out from the church at 3:00 PM on Wednesday for shopping, dinner at Red Robin, and fun at our hotel. The next morning, August 16, we'll eat breakfast and be back at the church by noon.
DATE: August 15-16
COST: $20 + Dinner/spending money
WHAT TO BRING:
- Change of clothes
- Modest swimsuit
- Sleeping bag
The deadline for registration is Sunday, August 12.
Fostering and adopting is broken from the start, but God can redeem it. Just as He has redeemed us.
We cling to the hope that God will continue redeeming us and one way he does this is through community with other believers in the trenches.
This group will step into the heart of fostering and adopting through our redemption in Christ.
Join Erin Hutchison and Heather Keatts as they lead a small group created especially for those in the foster and adoptive community. Redeemed meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm here at Trinity.
Once again, it’s time for our annual high school backpacking trip to Aneroid Lake! Here’s the plan: on Thursday, August 9th, we will meet in the church parking lot at 7:00 am, load gear into the vans, and head off. We’ll drive two and a half hours to the trail head and hopefully begin the 6.5 mile hike to Aneroid around 10:00 am. We will stay there for the next three nights and head back down the mountain Sunday, August 12th. We’ll grab a quick lunch at Safeway and be back in Walla Walla around 3:00 pm.
WHEN: August 9-12
WHERE: Aneroid Lake
COST: $45 + Food and Gear
As for modern conveniences, at the lake we’ll have an outhouse and a satellite phone (for emergencies only). All other needs must be packed in and out by each student.
While at the lake, we will take part in various activities including—but not limited to: rock climbing, caving, swimming, traversing snow-fields, summiting small peaks over 9000 ft., boating, fishing, napping, playing night games, and other camping-related fun. All of these activities are “challenge-by-choice,” and students will not be required to participate. However, they will be encouraged by leaders and peers to push themselves outside of their comfort zone. We do this to build relationships and break down walls. For many students and leaders, this trip is the highlight of the year. We expect everyone to have a lot of fun—and grow spiritually. Students will have daily times called “solos” where they find a spot in this beautiful valley to read their Bible and pray. We will also end each day discussing new truths about our Creator and His plans for us.
This summer at Trinity we have a unique opportunity for women, an interesting summer Bible study through the book of Acts!
Each week we gather together for a fun time of study and fellowship, and have the privilege of learning from different women. There are no stings attached, so all you have to do is show up!
This Summer study is Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm here at Trinity.
(This Wednesday, June 27, the Bible study will meet from 6:15-8:30.)
Registration for camp is now closed. This year Middle School and High School students will head to Farragut State Park in Idaho from July 21-25. We will be tent camping at one of the park's group campsites.
Summer camp is one of our best times to connect on a deeper level relationally and spiritually with kids. We try to crank the fun factor up to an 11, while spending time with friends and having significant faith conversations through our big group sessions and small group time. Students will have the opportunity to hear from awesome speakers, engage in worship, spend time on the water, and play epic outdoor games. As an added bonus, they will get to spend a day enjoying the rides and slides at Silverwood Theme Park and Boulder Beach.
WHEN: JULY 21-25
WHERE: Farragut State Park
COST: $50 (non refundable) due at registration. Total cost is $240. Full payment due by July 1.
We've never let finances determine if the student goes to camp or not. If you're interested in donating to our Summer Camp scholarship fund, let our office know at 525-3032.
Packing and Info
Click the button below to see the packing list and extra additional info you need to know.
Check out this video from Summer Camp 2017 to get a glimpse of how much fun you can expect this year!
God created everyone in their own unique way. But let's be honest, sometimes it's hard to know what to wear based on our skin coloring, body shape, and hair color.
At this Beauty Bootcamp, we will learn how to use makeup, clothes, and hairstyles to our advantage. Beauty Technician Sally Luebben will be our main speaker, and throughout the night we will learn a broad number of beauty tips and tricks.
This event is for girls in Trinity Youth and their moms, sisters, grandmas, aunts, and friends. It will be July 10 from 6-9pm here at Trinity, and there is no cost to attend.
Join us at Memorial Pool in Walla Walla for our Summer kick-off event: Heat Wave!
This will be a fun time to swim, spend time with friends, and enjoy some tasty snacks. We will have the whole pool to ourselves, including the water slides and concessions! Be sure to bring a swimsuit, money for concessions, and some friends.
Heat Wave will be from 7:00-9:00pm on Saturday, June 30th. The address of Memorial Pool is 505 E Rees Ave.
We hope you can join us!
In 2018, Trinity Youth will be taking a life changing trip to Arizona to serve. Here are the details you need to know:
DESTINATION: Navajo Nation, Houck, Az
DATES: June 17-23, 2018
AGE LEVEL: Students currently in 6-12 grade
COST: Approximately $1500.00
BALANCE DUE: May 13, 2018, amount TBD based on fundraising outcomes
The Navajo Nation is the world’s largest Native American reservation. With territory in three states, its total land mass is larger than the state of West Virginia. Our site is near Houck, AZ, about 40 miles west of Gallup, NM. With a population of 210,000, the opportunities for ministry here are countless. The Navajo people are open to the Gospel and many have come to realize that they need the Lord in their lives, but there are many lives still waiting to be touched and many ears that have never heard the Good News of Jesus Christ. This site is designed for groups who want a cross-cultural experience without leaving the United States.
Trip benefits for students
• Desire to study God’s Word
• A vision for the lost
• Motivation to grow youth group
Our group will do a variety of work projects including concrete work, carpentry work, painting, and building retaining walls.
Our group will do relational outreach with children in the area, allowing students to share the Gospel with those in need.
Our group will have the opportunity to hike through Canyon de Chelly, an amazing canyon hike close to our site.
OUR MISSION TEAM
Questions? Contact Pastor Thad at email@example.com
If you are a parent of a middle school or high school student, we invite you to come to a lunch in your honor! Raising kids is hard work, with lots of difficult problems, and hard to come by answers.
We invite you to attend this lunch after church on June 10 so that we can encourage you and offer some of the resources that we have found helpful. Hope to see you there!
Join us for our Annual Ministry Update.
The AMU is a chance for us to discuss and vote on the upcoming fiscal year's budget, and learn a little about the nuts and bolts of what's happening at Trinity. Lunch and childcare are provided, so all you have to do is show up.
The next AMU will be Sunday, June 3rd after second service in the youth room.
Interested in supporting the youth on their next mission trip?
This summer our youth will be taking a mission trip to the Navajo reservation in Arizona to run a sports camp and help with various projects around the town. If you are interested in supporting the youth for this upcoming adventure, you can now purchase Trinity Youth Swag.
Here's the details you need to know:
Who? Trinity Youth
What? Merchandise for purchase with the Trinity Youth logo on it
Where? Click the button below to purchase
When? Only available through the month of May
Why? To raise money for the mission trip to the Navajo reservation in Arizona
If you have any questions, you can contact our church office. If you'd like to learn more about the Mission Team and their trip to Arizona, you can click here.
Help Trinity Youth raise funds for the 2018 youth mission trip by donating new or used shoes.
How it works:
For every bag of shoes we collect, the shoe company (called Funds2Orgs) will put funds towards the youth mission trip. The bags of shoes will then be collected and distributed to developing countries around the world. It's a great way to provide shoes for those in need, and support our youth's mission trip!
What to do:
You can bring new or gently used shoes by Trinity throughout the week or on a Sunday morning to the youth room. If you are interested in learning more about the company we are partnering with for the shoe drive, you can click here. If you are interested in learning more about the mission trip, you can click here.
Thank you for your support!
High school and middle school guys and Dads! Are you ready for an epic paintball battle?
Cost: $35. This will cover your field pass, a paintball marker, all day high pressure air, and 500 rounds of paintballs.
This will be enough ammo to last all afternoon. However, should you run out, you can bring money and purchase 500 rounds for $20 at the site.
DADS: You are encouraged to come play.
Here's the event details:
-Fill out the Red Dot Paintball waiver. IF YOU DO NOT FILL IT OUT YOU CANNOT PLAY.
-Leave from Trinity at 12:00pm April 29. Pack a lunch to eat on the way up.
-Bring a change of clothes, and necessary paintball attire. If you aren't sure what to bring, check out this informational article.
-Bring money for a drive-thru dinner on the way back.
-Cars will return to Trinity between 6:00-7:00pm that day.
Call or text Jeff Lyon, (509) 540-7829, with any questions at any time.
Join us at Trinity on April 13th and 14th for this two day live-streamed event.
Come experience practical teaching in a safe and supportive community as we work to equip families, churches, and professionals to better serve children impacted by adoption and foster care.
Attenders will learn practical tools that can be taken home and used to build relationships with adopted and fostered children.
Choose to attend one, or both of the days. There will different content on each day and we recommend you attend both. There will be an hour break at noon each day. Lunch will not be provided.
We’ve got an important ministry opportunity we want you to know about, so you can invite your friends.
It is a friendly group that will walk alongside people through one of life's most difficult circumstances. It’s called GriefShare. This is a safe, supportive group for people who have lost a loved one. If you know someone who is grieving, invite them.
GriefShare is a gospel-centered experience which you can use to find healing and hope. It will start on January 22 at 6:30 here at Trinity.
For more information mark your connection card.
God. Life. Faith. What's the Point? Make time to find out.
If you're new to faith, just checking it out, or coming back to church after some time away, Starting Point is a great first step. It's an 8-week conversational small group environment where you can explore faith and experience community.
Starting Point will meet at 9:00 starting on April 8 in room 110.
Join us for a morning of hope and encouragement this Easter! You can expect a casual, comfortable environment for the whole family. We'll have a donut wall (that's right, a donut wall!), cold brew coffee, fun for kids, and a great morning of worship together, we hope you'll join us!
Choose from three identical services at 8:00, 9:15, and 10:45 am.
Kids' ministry will be available during the 9:15 and 10:45 services.
Check-in your kids at our secure child check-in kiosks located at both entrances.
Have questions? Feel free to contact us here:
Our Trinity Youth Mission Team is only 3 months away from leaving for the Navajo Nation.
Thank you for all the support you have already given to this team.
We are almost halfway to reaching our financial goal. Here is another opportunity for you to partner with us in helping us reach that goal. On Sunday, March 25, from 12-2pm, we will be hosting an Italian lunch and silent auction.
While enjoying lunch, you can bid on donated items. This is a fun way to help out our cause and get our team to Arizona where they will be spreading the good news of Jesus and making a huge impact on the lives of the Navajo people. If you would like to learn more about Trinity Youth's mission trip, click here.
You can purchase tickets for this event from a table in the foyer on Sunday morning, by contacting Misty Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by clicking the button below.
Who doesn't love coffee and donuts?
Trinity youth is selling Krispy Kreme donuts and Walla Walla Roastery Coffee to help raise money for the upcoming missions trip. (You can find more info about the missions trip on the events page, or click here.) It will be sold from March 4-18.
If you would like to purchase the donuts or the coffee, visit the table in the foyer on a Sunday morning or contact Pastor Thad at email@example.com
Are you thinking about getting baptized? This one-time class, led by Pastor Kris, will meet in Room 109 after second service on March 4. This class is for everyone interested in taking this important step as a wholehearted follower of Jesus. We recommend that children be at least 10 years old and be accompanied by their parents.
Get ready for Trinity Youth's 20th annual High School Winter Camp! This weekend will be filled with good food, great friends, and whole lot of fun. Keep scrolling to get all the details!
Our goals for this camp are:
- To build strong student-leader relationships
- To build strong peer relationships
- To meet students right where they are—helping them take that next step in knowing Jesus better. Oh, and there is also possibility of having a lot of fun, too!
Students and leaders will be leaving from Trinity at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 16th (dinner not provided). From the church, we will drive 45 minutes south to Meadowood Springs. Everyone will be staying the next two nights at the retreat center there. We will be back at Trinity by 3:00 p.m. on Monday the 19th.
The cost of camp is $135. This cost covers travel, lodging, food and fun. To secure your free Winter Camp 2018 t-shirt, get your registration and $25 non-refundable deposit by Sunday, January 21st! After this date, all registrations will be charged an additional $15 late fee. All registrations and full payments are due by Sunday, February 4th. We don’t want anyone—new or old—to not come to Winter Camp because of the cost, so if a scholarship would make the difference, please contact us to make arrangements.
To register for camp, please click HERE. You will also need to turn in the 2018 Medical Release form signed by a parent. This form can be printed off from the registration page. Return this form to our office ASAP; you can’t attend camp without it!
WHAT TO BRING:
Clothes for playing in snow, snow boots, three changes of (warm) clothes, toiletries, a towel, sleeping bag, pillow, flashlight, Bible, and pen or pencil. Saturday night we will be celebrating a very special Redneck Night, so bring along a costume to dress up!
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Money, swimsuits, practical jokes (unless really, really funny), drugs, alcohol, electronics including cell phones (very limited cell phone coverage anyways), and homework.
Check out WC 2017 video if you want a better idea of what to expect...or just want to relive one of the best weekends of being int Trinity Youth!
On Valentine's Day, Trinity Youth will be having a child care fundraiser to raise funds for their upcoming mission trip.
There will be no regularly scheduled Awana. Instead, drop off and pick up your kids any time between 6:00 and 9:00 pm. There is a flat rate of $8 per child (nursery through 5th grade), all proceeds go to the youth mission trip. For an easy drop off, please register your kids by clicking the button below: