The church is an incubator of life-long lessons, formational growth, and values. It is made up of a web of relationships in which learning, education, and teaching take place.
Throughout August, Trinity Baptist Church will explore ways in which it is called to be a “teaching church.”
What is a teaching church?
A “teaching church” is committed to nurturing ministers, each other, and the wider community in areas related to the purposes of God, the ministry of the priesthood of all believers, and faith formation. It is a mutual relationship of learning and growing in Christ.
This also assumes that the church has something to learn from the wider community. What can our neighborhood teach us about how God is working in our midst? What do we need to learn about the Spirit’s work in the world today? How can we join God on mission beyond the borders of our physical campus?
Join us to answer these, and so many more, exciting questions every Sunday morning and Wednesday night beginning August 3rd at 10:30 AM:
Sunday Sermon Schedule (10:30 AM):
- August 3: “The Teaching Church”
- August 10: “The Church Teaches Ethics”
- August 17: “The Church Teaches Grace”
- August 24: “The Church Teaches Values”
- August 31: “The Church Teaches Missions”
- September 7: “The Church Teaches Conflict Resolution” (panel-style discussion)
Wednesday Night Bible Study Schedule (6:45 PM):
- August 6: “What makes a Teaching Church”
- August 13: “Decision Making: A Biblical Perspective”
- August 20: “Models of Pastoral Care”
- August 27: Guest Bible Study leader, TBA
- September 3: “Ways to Reach our Neighbors for Christ”
- September 10: “Conflict Resolution”
Miss a Sunday? Catch our sermons online!
We at Trinity Baptist Church have faced great loss and grief over the past year. We’ve lost spouses and parents, we’ve lost other things related to dignity and independence.
in order to help our men and other men in the Conyers community connect with one another and draw strength from one another, Trinity is hosting a Men’s Grief Workshop/discussion group and Dinner on September 15 at 5 PM.
Dinner is free, but requires an RSVP. Please call 770-922-8944 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or for more information.
What: Men’s Grief discussion group, workshop, and dinner.
Where: Trinity Baptist Church fellowship hall, 301 Honey Creek Road, Conyers, 30094.
When: September 15, 5 PM.
Need to spend some time in prayer or seek refuge from the cares of this world? Then you may want to take a walk through Trinity’s new meditation garden. There you will find a variety of flowers and fauna, trees, shrubs, and other special treasures, including a bench for rest and a very special “guest” who keeps the deer company at night.
The Bible encourages us to “see that the Lord is good,” and we can see God’s glory and goodness in the creative artistry, colors, and textures found throughout the garden.
The meditation garden is open to the public and is located in front of the ministry wing. A winding path will eventually lead to a water fountain, to be completed later this year. Plaques highlight various donations given in memory or in honor of loved ones.
In fact, if you have a loved one you would like to memorialize or honor, consider donating to the meditation garden today and get a plaque (pictured below). Donation prices vary! You may also want to become a “Friend of the Meditation Garden” with your annual contribution of $25.00, which goes towards maintenance and care.
For more information, please email email@example.com.