Trinity Youth Ministry

Middle School Ministry at Trinity Merrill is expanding to providing an after school space to work on homework for students in 6th-8th grade who attend school in Merrill (at Trinity or MAPS)!

Starting October 3, the Homework Café will be open on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15-5:00pm in the Youth Room. The Youth Room is located in the main church building on our campus. Students can enter through the doors under the covered awning and head down the stairs to the left.

This time will be focused on providing a safe space to work on school work and decompress after school. Internet is available. 

Please fill out this form to register your student for this FREE after school care time: https://forms.gle/WhUnG1SD9VzR9qNBA

Regular weekly youth group will still take place on Wednesdays at 3:30pm.

The All Youth Christmas Party will be Friday, December 16th, from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.
Join us for hot coco, cookies, and a variety of games. Open to anyone in 6th-12th grade, friends are welcome!
Pick up and drop off will be at Trinity Lutheran Church. Please use the main entrance doors under the awning in our parking lot.

Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays starting at 3:30PM

Students 6-8th Grade

At our weekly youth gatherings students will have a great time connecting to each other and God’s Word.  Join us in the youth room which is located in the lower level of Trinity Lutheran Church. Enter through the main doors under the covered awning and head down the stairs.

Weekly gatherings on Sundays from 7:00-9:00PM 

Students 9-12th Grade

At our weekly youth gatherings students will have a great time connecting to each other and God’s Word. Games, snacks, the occasional spontaneous trips for ice cream, and of course, Bible Study.  Join us in the youth room which is located in the lower level of Trinity Lutheran Church. Enter through the main doors under the covered awning and head down the stairs.

Connect with Devan! Devan is a Director of Christian Education who serves full time as the minister to our middle school and high school youth communities.