Sunday Morning Programs – 10 a.m. Adult Forum
Trinity’s Adult Forum is organized to offer you “a small taste” of many topics. Each three-part forum explores various angles of a particular aspect of contemporary Christian life. You will hear a variety of presenters and facilitators. After a 15– 20 minute presentation, discussion among all participants is encouraged. Each of our forums is independent; attend as you are able without concern for “missing the thread” of a discussion.
- Sept 9: 2nd Sunday Breakfast Stewardship
- Sept 16: Managing Time
Facilitator: Haley Mahonski – How to balance Work, Family and Christian Service?
- Sept 23: Proportional Giving
Facilitator: Hugh Andrew Facilitator
- Sept 30: Managing your Treasure
- Oct 7: Animal Blessing (Memorial Hall) No Forum
- Oct 14: 2nd Sunday Breakfast – Youth
- Oct 21: The Story of our Pilgrimage
Facilitators: YAC group How the pilgrimage helped develop skills of adulthood.
- Oct 28: What Happens in Parenting Group
Facilitators: Joanne Chapline & group members – How sharing our joys and challenges gives greater insights
- Nov 4: The Life of a Seafarer
Facilitator: The Rev Mary Davisson How The Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center provides Christian hospitality and service to seamen of all faiths and nationalities
- Nov 11: 2nd Sunday Breakfast – Outreach
- Nov 18: What is ACTC?
Facilitator: Linda Lotz? – How the Assistance Center of Towson Churches makes a difference in the community.
- Nov 25: The Surprise Shop
Facilitator: Erin Woodward – What Trinity’s ministry housed in our former rectory does other than sell clothes and household items.
Trinity’s Parents’ Discussion Group
10 a.m. Sunday Mornings – in Memorial Hall
Facilitator: Joanne Chapline
Many of us in modern culture have experienced the disappearance of the extended family – that network of parents and grandparents, married siblings, aunts and uncles, cousins of all ages and their spouses –whom parents relied on for centuries to answer questions, resolve doubts and dilemmas, lend a sympathetic ear, and pass on experience. Today many parents feel isolated as never before.
For this reason, Trinity offers a mutually supportive parent group where you can talk about a first school bus ride, getting a Driver’s license, moving away, losing a tooth or any other transition you face with your children. Our group is organized by Joanne Chapline, a teacher at Ridgley Middle School. Joanne facilitates the group, assisted by other parents. Among more informal discussions, we learn about topics specific to Christian parenting.