Trinity Park Women's Triads
The Women of Trinity Park have overwhelmingly expressed an interest in increased discipleship and opportunities to grow in relationship with the Lord and each other. In response, the women's ministry team will try a new initiative this Fall that will take the place of the women's morning and evening bible study. For women interested we will create Triads. Three women will be grouped together based on interest of study. We hope to create Triads that are diverse culturally, and in terms of age and stage. Each Triad would meet several times (weekly, ever other week.) though out the Fall term from the week of September 16 through December 9 to study and discuss the resource selected by that group. If you would like to be a part of a Triad, please complete the form below providing information about your preferred resource for study. Once Triads have been created you will be provided with the contact information for those in your Triad and you can arrange the specifics for meeting time/location/frequency that work best for your group. Please sign up by August 12th. We will let you know who is in your group by the end of August.

Resources to select from include:
1)In His Image by Jen Wilkin (10 ways God calls us to reflect his Character)
2)Proven by Jennie Allen (lighter study on John)
3)Women and God by Kathleen Neilson (what does the Bible say about women)
4)Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung (diagnosing our busyness)
5)Midscape by Tim Whitmer (dealing with anxiety)
6)The Gift of God by Tim Keller (study of Romans 1-7)

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Please select the resource of your choice. If there are more than one that you are equally interested in, you may check multiple resources.
Is there someone in the church you have been wanting to get to know better from a different cultural background, age or stage? Please indicate two names. We can not guarantee that you will be in the same Triad, but it may help as we work to create them.
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