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Thrive: Moms of Purpose

Connecting, equipping & encouraging moms

Thrive: Moms of Purpose

Trinity's community for moms is focused on connecting, equipping, and encouraging moms in all aspects of their lives. While COVID is preventing us from meeting in our usual manner, we're excited about new opportunities to support moms in this season. This year's theme is In the Making. God reminds us in Philippians 1:6 that He is at work and doing good things. We have the joy and privilege of being a part of it!

And I am sure of this, that He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. Philippians 1:6 ESV

Moms, sign up for a 6-week Thrive@Home group, meet us at park play dates, and join us for regular socials (with and without kids). Check out for all the specific details.

Thrive@Home Groups

Join a group to go a little deeper in friendship with other women. These groups are hosted by a Thrive leader in her home. Studies have no homework and time together will be for encouragement and support. No childcare provided.

  • Sundays (every other week, starts Sept. 20) – Keeping Place – Hosted by Heather Salazar (Bath)

In this 5-part series, author and Bible teacher Jen Pollock Michel takes us on a journey through Scripture to uncover the meaning of home. We’ll discover our holy yearning for a place to belong, how God provides that place for us, and how we can model His hospitality in our lives each day.

  • Mondays (9:00 am, starts Sept. 21) – Fear & Faith – Hosted by Samantha Elmore (Holt), children welcome.

In 5 sessions, speaker and author Trillia Newbell invites women to explore their fears and how those fears impact their relationships, self-esteem, peace of mind, and walk with God. Trillia will walk through Scriptures that show God’s love and strength when we are afraid and His faithfulness in times of trouble.

  • Mondays (12:00, starts Sept. 28) – Facing Anxiety – Hosted by Sherri Nordmann (Dewitt)

In this 4-session series, pastor Jonathan Pokluda explores how Christians can face anxiety head-on. With real-life stories from people facing various kinds of anxiety, this series helps us see that peace can be found on this side of eternity.

  • Tuesdays (every other week, starts Sept. 22), 6:15pm – Nice – Hosted by Heidi Johnson (Grand Ledge)

In this 5-session series, Sharon Hodde Miller explores the seemingly innocent idol that has crept into our faith and quietly corrupted it, producing the bad fruits of cowardice, inauthenticity, shallowness, and more. She provides practical steps to reclaim our credibility as followers of Christ, and bear better, richer, more life-giving fruits.

  • Tuesdays (7pm, starts Sept. 29) – Grace Based Discipline – Hosted by Carolyn Kersten (Williamston)

In this 6-session study, Karis Kimmel Murray, author of the book, “Grace Based Discipline,” will teach you how to: 1) Stay calm, even in the heat of the moment; 2) Set rules based on God’s priorities, not yours; 3) Apply consequences that really work.

  • Saturdays (9am, starts Sept. 26) – She’s Got Issues – Hosted by Alisha Anderson (Trinity building)

In this 6-session series, Nicole Unice talks candidly about how the everyday issues that drive you crazy affect you . . . and why you don’t have to settle for letting them win. Some days living up to the whole good-Christian image seems impossible. The good news? You don’t have to “fix” yourself. You have access to the power of Christ. His power can transform your everyday weaknesses into your greatest strengths and gifts.