Connect to Your Call at Trinity: Fall 2018

Be Nourished: Wednesdays at Trinity

Join us in any way that fits your schedule. Drop in for community supper, or stay for the whole evening. Need child-care? Want to lead a group? Let us know: [email protected]

BREAK BREAD
FEED YOUR MIND & SOUL
Wednesdays at Trinity starting September 12

5:30 PM – Short Eucharist
6:15 PM – Community Supper ($7/ Individual $15/Family)
7:00-8:00 PM – Adult Learning

Current Adult Learning Offerings include

Discipleship with Father Ben
Over the course of the Fall, participants will read short works on what is means to follow Christ and live as faithful disciples. Our conversations will be guided by writings from contemporary authors such as Rowan Williams, Barbara Brown Taylor, Richard Rohr, and Sarah Coakley. Through readings and discussion we will discern where we are called at this stage of our lives.

Race & Reconciliation Study Group: The Cross and the Lynching Tree, by James H. Cone
Led by leaders of the Race & Reconciliation Team at Trinity, we’ll read and discuss James H. Cone’s book chapter by chapter, and explore contemporary meditations (song, visual art, poetry, etc.) responding to the”lethal oppression experienced by African Americans that has been formative for both the faith and civic posture of the black community for a very long time.” (Quote from a book review in The Christian Century by Stephen G. Ray Jr.) Call the office to inquire about buying the book.

Back to the Basics Classes with Mother Julia | begins in October
A series of 6-week classes to introduce and re-introduce you to our faith life as christians, and how community life in church feeds our inner call for more spirituality in a demanding world . Topics include: how to read the bible, Anglicanism and the Episcopal Church, life at Trinity, and more.

 

Trinity Parish Pilgrimage to the Holy Land