Partnering with Parents to Make Disciples

As we partner with parents to make disciples, our Youth Ministry has 3 primary goals:

  1. Help students develop a faith of their own
  2. Help students apply their faith in all areas of life, including family, school, and extracurricular activities
  3. Launch students into adulthood with a vibrant, growing relationship with God as well as a robust, healthy understanding of the Scriptures, the church, and the culture

We reach these goals by consistently pointing students to the life-transforming gospel of Jesus Christ and showing them how to live in light of this good news.

Sunday 9:30 am | Youth Life

Youth Life starts in a large group for announcements and fellowship, then we break into small groups for Bible study. 

Wednesday 6 pm | Engage

Large Group: Engage starts in a large group with songs led by our worship band and a message from the Bible. We focus primarily on the Old and New Testaments, Christian life, theology, and apologetics.

D Groups: We then split up into age and gender specific D groups to read scripture together and pray for one another.

Falls Creek, Retreats & Activities

During the year we have a variety of activities including retreats, sports, mission trips, and service projects. We also attend Falls Creek every July. 

TBC Youth Newsletter

To sign up for the Parent Newsletter, which includes ministry updates, discussion questions, videos, and other resources, or to ask a question about our program, email our Youth Pastor Curtis Winkle, curtiswinkle@trinitynorman.org.

Youth Life 1

6th Grade is the starting point for students in our ENGAGE Ministry. As students transition from Elementary to Youth, a foundation is laid by teaching Introduction to the Gospel, the Church, and Spiritual Habits.

Youth Life 2

7th and 8th grade join together, begin to learn who they are in Christ, and learn from studies in Christian Identity.

Youth Life 3

9th & 10th graders begin to dig deep into the Word, learning about the New Testament and how that intersects into their daily lives in the 21st century.

Youth Life 4

11-12th graders are getting ready to launch into the world, whether into a job, college, marriage, or sometimes the great unknown. As they finish up their time in the youth, these juniors and seniors are taught about the Christian Mind, Art, and Apologetics.