Through prayer, pursuit, partnership, and discipleship, Trinity’s youth ministry seeks to engage our students in real relationships, bring to bear the Gospel in their lives, and equip them to be lifelong followers of Christ.
We want to provide a place to behold the beauty of Jesus in scripture, where questions can be voiced, and where broken people will encounter the love of God together.
Sunday Night Fellowship will meet during the Summer.
High school and middle school students are all invited! Dinner will be provided.
June 23rd – Angie & Bill Smith
June 30th – Sarah & Mark Jackson
July 21st –
July 28th –
August 4th – Nicole & Jeff Washburn
August 12th – End of Summer Celebration @ Asheville Tourist Game
If you are interested in hosting one of these evenings, please sign up here.
Summer Youth Sunday School
Middle School Sunday School
New City Catechism is a modern-day resource aimed at helping students learn the core of the Christian faith via 52 questions and answers. This summer we will be in Part 3: Spirit, Restoration, Growing in Grace. We tackle questions like “What do we believe about the Holy Spirit?” and “What is prayer?”
Meet Blythe Coker, Our Director for Youth
Blythe is an Atlanta native who received a degree in English at the University of Georgia. While in college, Blythe was actively involved in the campus ministry, Reformed University Fellowship. Through volunteering at her local church, she discovered a love for high school and middle school students and a desire to help them know the love of Jesus more deeply. She had the opportunity to volunteer with the youth group and from there worked most of her summers as a youth intern; one summer for her local church, Redeemer Presbyterian, and another in Greenville, SC at Mitchell Road Presbyterian. It was through these summers in ministry that Blythe developed a passion for youth ministry and felt called to pursue it full time. After working and training for a year as an RYM Intern in Fort Worth, TX, Blythe is thrilled to be at Trinity to serve and love the community of this church and Asheville at large.
Blythe loves to read, drinks A LOT of coffee, and enjoys going on walks with her dog, Fitz. Some of her favorite books include East of Eden by John Steinbeck, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Union with Christ by Rankin Wilborn, and Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren. Her ideal day would include a long brunch, hiking, craft beer, lots of tacos and friends.
If you have any questions about the youth ministry or would like to meet up and grab a coffee or a meal together, please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.