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Adult Fellowship

Men's Breakfast

Every Friday
7:27 - 8:30 a.m. | Williams Hall C
Facilitators: Elmer Stancil, Tom Jones, Scott Calhoun, Bert Broadfoot, and Mac Irvin

Men’s Breakfast is a weekly opportunity for Trinity men to enjoy great fellowship, a lively program, and a really good breakfast. The buffet line opens at 7:27 AM each Friday morning and the program concludes by 8:30 AM. Some men come in coats and ties then go to work; others wear shorts and running shoes then go to the track. Reservations are not required.

 

Young Adults

Young Adult Ministry is for anyone roughly 18-35 years old, regardless of marital status. We seek to express the gifts of our generations through service, fellowship and spiritual formation at Trinity

Contact:  Betsy Lyles Swetenburg, Associate Pastor for Emergent Ministry | (404) 495-8455

 

Young Families Supper Club

Young Families provides fellowship opportunities for parents of children in the 5th grade and younger. The group strives to create a warm, vibrant, and friendly community in which members participate actively in the life of the congregation and feel strongly connected to the church.

 

Boomers

Boomers seek to connect congregants who feel as if they belong (or would like to belong) to the Baby Boomer generation by fostering companionship and support for one another through fellowship.

Contact: Wardlyn Bassler770-427-3537

 

Senior Adults

The Senior Adults group seeks to foster the spiritual, intellectual, and social needs of older members and provide resources that will enrich their lives through opportunities for learning, worship, fellowship, travel, and service to others in the church and in the community.

Contact: Tom Farmer, Pastoral Associate for Senior Adult Ministries | (404) 495-8438

 

Drama Anyone?

One Monday per quarter

Participants' homes

Facilitators: Paul and Ruth Marston

The group, including couples and singles of all ages, meets once each quarter during the school year on a Monday evening in the home of a member.  Each participant is responsible for obtaining a copy of the play in advance and reading through it before the meeting. We assign roles for a given scene, and then switch about for the next scene.  Thus, by the end of the evening, each member has had the chance, briefly, to “play” several characters.  We interpret each character as colorfully as we choose.  The group is always open to new lovers of drama. 

 

Nonfiction Book Group

In the Fall of 2017, the Non-Fiction Book Group will meet on October 26 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the Chapel Parlor. The book to be discussed is The Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape American  by Frances Fitzgerald. Come even if you have not read the book.

The schedule for the rest of the year is:

November 16 - Edward Luce, The Retreat of Western Liberalism

January 18 - Ron Chernow, The Warburgs: The Twentieth Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family

February - Ron Chernow, Grant

March - Elizabeth Rosenthal, An American Sickness: How Health Care Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back

April - C. J. Cash, The Mind of the South

May - Miranda Carter, George, Nichols and Wilhelm: Three Royal Cousins and the Road to World War I

If you have questions call or e-mail Juanita Watson, 770-819-7433 or currie1026@gmail.com

 

Novel Ideas

First Sunday of each month following the congregation-wide luncheon.

1:00 pm

Chapel Parlor

Facilitator: Karen Peters, krpeters12@aol.com

Novel Ideas is a discussion group open to all book lovers.  

 

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