Ministry Areas at TrinityFind A Way To Engage That Fits

Trinity offers many opportunities for parishioners, newcomers, and visitors to connect with each other through smaller gatherings. Some small groups meet all year. Others form for one or two events offered in specific seasons. Whichever the kind, each of Trinity's small groups is open to new members at any time.

  • Owl Book Club

    The Owl Book Club meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7pm from September through May in the Fireside Room at Trinity. Exceptions are the first meeting of the year (October) and the Christmas (December) party. Contact Bonnie Smith (952) 474-6757 to learn more. 

  • Tuesday Men's Group

    Each Tuesday morning at 7:30 am, men of the parish gather at Trinity to study the lectionary readings from the previous Sunday. Conversation is always lively and interesting, and donuts are always on hand. Contact Ron Parker (952) 474-4455

  • Trinity Brothers

    Trinity Brothers

    A men’s group whose mission is to create fellowship amongst its members while helping the community through outreach projects, Trinity Brothers concentrates on fellowship and outreach. Recently, we performed spring cleanup duties at a women’s shelter, worked a Habitat for Humanity build, and visited the men of a senior living center to watch a Vikings’ game. In between those activities they worked on building stronger friendships through an NCAA March madness party and through a barbeque and poker night.

  • Trinity Classics

    We're a group of parishioners who plan and host programs and events principally designed for older adults. The intent is to gather, have fun and build our community.  Past events include visits to museums and galleries, theater performances, potlucks, a tour of microbreweries, special speakers, and service projects. Typically there are four Classics occasions each year. Contact Jan Gray (952-474-8139) to learn more.

  • Wednesday Women

    All women of the parish are invited to join! This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know each other through lively weekly discussions. There is always a place at the table, whether you can spend a week or an entire year with us. Together we read books, go on field trips, hear about community initiatives, and enjoy one another’s company. Contact Joyce White (952) 934-2755.

  • Prayer Buddy Program

    The Prayer Buddy Program at Trinity is a robust intergenerational ministry where children and adults build relationships and hold one another in prayer.  Buddies are paired in September and meet four to five Sundays throughout the year.  Past Sunday events have included making prayer hands and seed bombs, sharing breakfast, and participating together in a special All Saints' Sunday committal liturgy.

    The Prayer Buddy Program is a wonderful way for adults to support children's faith formation and allows children to develop a meaningful connection with a non-parent adult.  Such relationships have been shown to be protective factors against many developmental