We are a caring ministry that loves to partner with parents to help children discover and enjoy a life-long relationship with Jesus. No matter how old your children are, we have a program where they will hear the word of God and be loved by our children's ministry volunteers. We also encourage parents to be part of everything we do.
We understand that there is nothing more precious to you than your children. That is why we strive to create a fun and safe learning environment. Our teaching is age-appropriate, based upon "life application" and always includes an element of fun! In order to ensure the safety and security of your child, we implement several levels of safety measures. Thank you for visiting online, and we hope to see you on campus.
Please contact Heather Romine at email@example.com for more information.
This is an exciting place for our 6th-12th graders at Trinity Point Churchy. It is this ministry's goal to help students discover and live a God-centered life in the world context in which they live. As a part of Student Life, our students have the opportunity grow, serve, and fellowship using our Sunday service and other various events--camps, mission trips, community outreach events to connect and serve God. Here at Trinity Point Church our students are never at a shortage of things to do, people to meet, and places to get plugged in. So what are you waiting for? Come join us!
Please contact Candy Blocker at for more information.
“We proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, so that we may present every man complete in Christ.”
Each week we see more men connecting and being challenged in their walk with the Lord. Men aren’t designed to do life on our own–living without accountability, encouragement, discipline and perseverance. At Trinity Point Church, we train and equip men to be spiritual leaders in their homes, in the church and the workplace. We strive to achieve spiritual growth by connecting men through special events, Connect Groups, Bible studies, accountability groups, social media and service opportunities. We have been challenged to become more Christ-like in all areas of our lives and become “Authentic Men of God”
Please contact Bill Wilson at for more information
There is something unique about the ladies of our church. We have an innate desire to know God and make Him known. One of the best parts of this group is that we have the amazing opportunity to learn from each other. We know life isn’t always easy, in fact most of the time it is hard! However, when you have sisters that come along side you to help you navigate the difficult obstacles that life throws at you it helps us realize that we are not alone, and that changes everything! There is a genuine sweetness in our fellowship as we don’t let the past define us and instead grow and learn together from God’s word. So that is why we have appropriately named our Women’s Group, “His Beautiful Mess.”
We all want to make a difference in life, and our hope is that we are able to share our gifts as we live out life in the community. So we cordially invite you to come join us on Sunday mornings, then connect with us at one of our outings, or at our weekly women’s group meetings. We can’t wait to get to know you and welcome you to our family.
“You are altogether beautiful my, my darling, beautiful in every way.” Song of Songs 4:7
Please contact Tammy Hall at for more information.
JOHN 21 MINISTRY
Our John 21 Ministry is inspired by the words of Jesus in John 21 where He tells Peter three times that if he loves Jesus, he will feed Jesus' sheep. So we are feeding our community.
The first way is through a partnership with the Tarrant Area Food Bank, where we operate a mobile food pantry in the parking lot of the Link on the second Thursday of every month All Tarrant County residents needing food are encouraged to attend.
Upcoming Food Pantry Dates and Times:
All dates - 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.
The second way is through our Change for Kids program. Many students in the BISD rely on the free and reduced lunch program at school to be able to have enough food to eat throughout the week. To help ensure these students have enough food to eat over the weekend, we partner with the Community Enrichment Center of North Richland Hills to provide back backs full of food that BISD students can take home over the weekend. One of the ways we fund this ministry is through Change for Kids. Each week we ask our church family to bring their loose change to church to drop in the Change for Kids Jar.
Please contact Elizabeth Gray at for more information.