Sunday Morning Programs for Adults
On most Sundays, Trinity hosts a forum, an ongoing discussion series on contemporary public and theological issues, and a drop-in Bible study. All programs are free, and open to the public. The forum presentations are available as podcasts. Click here for forum podcasts. Sermon podcasts are also available online.
Sundays at 10:10 am
Each week Trinity offers the Dean’s Forum or the Sunday Forum.
Dean Tracey Lind interviews leaders, teachers, thinkers and artists about faithful living at the Dean’s Forum. The Sunday Forum invites authors, theologians and other public figures to discuss their recent work. View the schedule here.
Sundays at 10:10 a. m. (unless otherwise noted)
Trinity offers small group conversation on issues of concern to the congregation, the Episcopal Church and the wider world. While topics are frequently selected in advance, newcomers are welcome. Upcoming discussion groups include:
Bible Study: African Bible Study Method
Led by Jane Freeman
This Bible study method was introduced by the delegation of African bishops at the 1998 Lambeth Conference (a conference convened by the Archbishop of Canterbury for all bishops of the Anglican communion). This method is a form of lectio divina or “holy reading” that is designed for use in small groups. This method of study provides groups a means for reflecting on scripture in a manner that elicits personal deliberation and response to the exhortations of Scripture.
The Episcopal Church Welcomes You, Really!
Sundays: Jan. 4 – Feb. 22 & March 1
The Episcopal Church Welcomes You, Really! (TECWYR) is a wide-ranging-and honest-exploration of our faith, our Church and our common life. Newcomers, seekers, Episcopalians and everyone else are welcome. Those who wish can use this class to prepare for confirmation or reception into The Episcopal Church. Registration is not required, but helpful. Guests do not need to attend every class but are welcome at any time. Please register online.
Attendees are asked to read Those Episkopols, by Dennis Maynard. Copies are available at the Cathedral ($11), may be purchased on Amazon.com or borrowed from the Trinity library. Questions? Contact the Rev. Kay Rackley.