Trinity Small Groups
A small group is a group of three or more people who gather for 60 minutes each week in person or on Zoom. As part of a group, you will hang out safely, listen to and learn about a specific topic, talk and pray together.
Currently there are no active Small Groups Meeting.
Thursday Noon Bible Study
Brown Bag Bible Study, Thursdays from 12-1pm on Zoom. Grab a sandwich and your Bible to join in a discussion of weekly lectionary readings. The meeting information is available on our website or by contacting the office. See the weekly Trinity E-times for the Zoom Link.
Youth at Trinity Church
Sunday School – Children age 3- 6th grade
Inquiring Minds Want to Know…
One thing I asked of you, O God, that will I seek after:
that I may dwell in your house all the days of my life,
to behold your beauty, O God,
and to inquire of you in your temple.
This fall, September 13 through November 15, on Monday nights at 7pm, I will be leading an “Inquirers Class” with Mother Liz. We will meet in person at Trinity to share a simple supper, fellowship, and orientation to the course. If that becomes unsustainable due to the pandemic, we will switch to meeting via Zoom. While running the course online is more convenient for some, there is incarnational value in experiencing Christ’s presence as a gathered body. It helps to build trust, maintain focus, and so go deeper into the challenging questions we will address.
So, what is an Inquirer’s Class? Well, it’s not catechesis exactly or preparation for baptism or confirmation—although you may find it is a prelude to considering the rites of initiation. It’s a chance to ask the questions you didn’t think you were allowed to ask and explore them through the lenses of scripture, tradition, and reason. Our starting point will be material from Forward Movement.
Who is Jesus and why did he have to die? Why do bad things happen? Where do we go when we die? Most important, it’s a class for everyone, no matter how long or how often you have attended an Episcopal church or any church at all. Whether your faith feels strong or shaky, this class is for you to explore faith and doubt safely with others
While an Inquirer’s Class is not indoctrination, it is a commitment. Please register for the course via the the form on this page. The topics are set up to build on one another, so dropping in and out will not work well. I invite you to be a part of this experience. All are welcome. Take this opportunity to connect more deeply with your faith.
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