The Story of Early Christianity led by Jack Gillett
Sunday Morning Programs – 10 a.m. Adult Forum
Feb 19: The Trap of Perfectionism – Presenter, John E. McIntyre,
John E. McIntyre is an American journalist and Night Content Manager at The Baltimore Sun. He publishes You Don’t Say, a blog on language.
Lenten Series: Christian Social Witness
How do Episcopalians look at issues of ethics and morality as we bring what we believe beyond our church of like-minded people into the world of others? This series at Trinity, based on Harold T. Lewis’ book Christian Social Witness, will feature a brief presentation and group discussion on the Bible’s understandings of social justice and the challenges of a new social order facing the Episcopal Church today arising from liberation theology, third-world debt, economic justice, and considerations of race, gender, and human sexuality. A few copies of the book are available at cost in the church office.
March 5: The Bible – The Rev. Liz Masterson
March 12: Second Sunday POT LUCK Breakfast
March 19: The Church of England & the Episcopal Church – John McIntyre
March 26: Economic Justice & Race – The Rev. Robert Runkle
April 2: Gender and Human Sexuality – The Rev. Ken Saunders
Classes are interactive and intended to help participants look at God and at the world around them in new ways. The adult forums cover topical subjects and are offered by clergy and laity. Check this website in August or contact the office for specific information about our offerings for Fall 2016. If you don’t find something that feeds your spirit, feel free to talk with staff about starting something that does.
Trinity’s Parenting Class
10 a.m. Sunday Mornings – in Memorial Hall
Leader: Joanne Chapline, Assistant Principal, Lutherville Lab School
Are you feeling “harried with children?” Our group talks about the joys and challenges of parenting. Topics change with the needs of the group but we will begin September with the theme “Living Simply, Really?”
- discussing priorities and conflicting schedules
- sharing space, items and attention
- incorporating habits of doing random acts of kindness (what fun things WE can do as parents to bring smiles into our home)