We encourage spiritual practices that we trust God’s Spirit will use to shape you into the image of Christ—not only while you are at Trinity, but in your future endeavors as well. In addition to your local church community and relationships here at Trinity, we offer wonderful opportunities to aid you in your spiritual walk, formation, and growth!
Worship is at the heart of our mission as a university!
For Trinity students, Chapel plays a crucial role in forming us into a Christ-centered community whose lives honor God. Chapel is an encouraging break from classes throughout the week and a chance to ground ourselves in God’s Word, worship with our peers and be challenged by speakers, reflection and interaction. Chapel plays a crucial role in forming us into a Christ-centered community whose lives honor God.
Life Together Groups (LTGs) or “family groups” provide space to encounter God’s Word together and invest in deeper relationships with each other. Seminary students, faculty, and staff members lead various college groups, bringing insight into biblical passages. Each week, we unpack and apply the truth of Scripture, share our lives and stories, and bring our hopes and needs before God in prayer. LTGs shape us as disciples of Jesus and strengthen our relationships on campus.
Once every semester, classes are suspended for a Day of Prayer. The purpose of this day is to make room for more sustained prayer as well as times of personal and corporate reflection. The morning is spent in creative, concerted prayer together in the chapel. In the afternoons, advisor/advisee groups continue in prayer, fellowship, and other activities. Discipleship happens everywhere at Trinity—in the classroom, over a meal, listening to a chapel speaker, or praying with a roommate who is struggling.
Discipleship isn’t limited to a specific place or activity. At Trinity we share a relationship with Jesus Christ that shapes who we are and who we are becoming. Discipleship happens everywhere at Trinity—in the classroom, over a meal, listening to a chapel speaker, or praying with a roommate who is struggling. As we dwell in God’s Word and share life with one another, the Spirit forms us as a people who love and serve and forgive and participate in God’s restoration of this world.