Trinity offers an enriching program of Christian education for all ages
at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings.
Sunday School program
Children ages 3 and up participate in our Sunday School program. Youth in
grades 7 and up participate in our Youth Forum. Weekly lessons, intergenerational events, and service opportunities are a part of our curriculum from September to June. We begin each week with an all Sunday School opening with lively songs.
Adults are welcome to join the Adult Forum which delves into many topics and studies relating to faith. Guest teachers often come to lead our group. Some of our past forums have included spirituality, Lutheran history, faith and work, and the American Religious experience.
ChAOS - Catechism And Other Stuff
Youth in grades 7-9 meet on Sunday evenings for catechetical instruction. Combining the experience with other churches from the Reading Lutheran
Parish, we learn about the Sacraments, the Lord's Prayer, the Creeds, and 10 Commandments. We also incorporate service projects like packing food for
the Salvation Army, visiting Shut-ins, and participating in the annual Clean
up Reading project. Fun events, like the summer pool party, epiphany fellowship, and an annual Bowl-A-thon, are part of the ChAOS curriculum.
catechism handbook >
LIFE (Life Instruction for Everyone)
This cathecism program of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, is offered as a precursor to confirmation. This program is taught by the pastor, deaconess, and members of the congregation.
Weekly Bible Studies
A small groups are offered throughout the year. On Thursday mornings, we meet for Bible Break at 10:00, to study the upcoming lectionary scripture lessons. Tuesdays @2 group studies various Bible topics and spiritual writers. The Trinity Book Discussion Group meets every other month at the home of various members.
Vacation bible Experience
Held in conjunction with other area congregations, offers a fun, week-long program of themed learning and socialization for youngsters each summer
Christian education programming is lead by Deaconess Deborah Matern Graf, Associate in Ministry. For more information, call Deborah at 610-374-4861 or send an e-mail inquiry (please include your name and phone number).