This summer, beginning June 2, join us for one of our two Worship Services at 9:30 or 11:00 am.
Every Sunday in July we are inviting you to participate in Month of Missions: a chance for us to support local organizations with both financial donations as well as physical donations!
Registration for Crosstrainers Summer Camp is still open! For details, including dates and registration links, please click the button below to learn more.
Registration is open! The early registration cost per child for soccer is . After July 17, the cost goes up to 5. Evaluations will take place at Trinity United Methodist Church's recreation fields.
Boys & girls Evaluations: Age 3 - 9th Grade:
Crosstrainers is an action packed sports experience that is full of exercise and energy for kids in 1st through 5th grades. We play and teach fundamentals for basic sports and large group games. On Wednesday, we'll combine the action of Crosstrainers with the excitement of CHEERS for CHEERSplus. ***We will pick up from Talbot Elementary on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday**
Options: Crosstrainers is offered for full or half sessions and Tuesdays and/or Thursdays. Session A runs August 13 - October 1 and Session B is October 3 - November 21.
We are so excited to announce CHEERSPlus on Wednesdays, August 14 - November 20 from 1 - 5pm. CHEERSPlus is a midweek program for children 1st grade - 5th grade. It will be a combination of the action of Crosstrainers with the excitement of CHEERS (music, crafts, science activities and MORE!). Talbot parents - we will pick up your kids!
Regular CHEERS for grades Kindergarten - 5th will still continue from 3:30-5:00.
Join us for our “No-Reading-Required” Spring & Summer Missions Study! Like TED Talks? Interested in learning how lives are being transformed through mission but too busy to read right now? Well we have a study series for you! On the 1st Sunday of each month starting in May we’ll look at impactful and transformational mission from a variety of perspectives. Each session will include a SATTalks video (like TED Talks) followed by discussion co-led by Ward, Kelly, and Meghan. Join us for 1 session or all 4, whatever your time permits!
For a sneak peak, you can check out the first video here.
"The Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15: 11-32) is a biblical parable that nearly everyone can relate to. During this book discussion we will be reading Henri Nouwen's book, The Return of the Prodigal Son, which explores a variety of spiritual themes all pointing to one question: "Where has my struggle led me?" This book takes readers on a detailed journey through three parts diving into each of the three main characters of the parable: the younger son, the elder son, and the father. In the book, Nouwen reflects on his own life experiences as they relate to the parable, and in the class, participants will be encouraged to do the same. Henri Nouwen was inspired to write this book after experiencing Rembrandt's famous painting Prodigal Son, which hangs in St. Petersburg, Russia, and the painting serves as a way for readers to visualize many of the parable's themes. Please come prepared to discuss the intersection between scripture, life, and art!