Wednesday Evenings at Trinity begin with Evensong at 6 p. m., followed by supper ($5 donation) and a program at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday evening classes at Trinity include:
Feb. 4, 11, & 25
Led by Debbie Hunter
In a world with finite resources, sharing will have to become more the norm rather than the exception. This is also the case when it comes to housing. Sharing housing resources not only serves a practical purpose of creating affordable housing opportunities but it also serves as a means of building community. This class will explore the concept of shared housing as laid out in Annamarie Pluhar’s book Sharing Housing: A Guidebook for Finding and Keeping Good Housemates.
Prayer: Cultivating a Relationship
March 4, 11 & 18
Led by the Rev. Kay Rackley
At its essence, prayer is the spiritual practice that focuses on the cultivation of a relationship with the Divine. This class will explore the variety of expressions that the practice of prayer may take and how individuals can discover a prayer practice that facilitates their relationship with the Divine.
Frida Berrigan: It Runs in the Family
Author Talk & Book Signing
Frida Berrigan, daughter of Liz McAlister and Phil Berrigan and author of It Runs in the Family: On Being Raised by Radicals and Growing Into Rebellious Motherhood, visits Trinity Cathedral on March 25. All are welcome to this free event. Learn more.
The Creed: Its Relevance in the 21st Century
April 8, 15, 22 & 29
Led by the Rev. Kay Rackley
Although the Nicene Creed has been understood traditionally to be the definitive statement concerning the Christian faith, it is nonetheless a statement that as little resonance to the modern mind. This class will explore the creed and the claims that it is making and how those claims impact our lives and faith. This class will use Joan Chittister’s Book, In Search of Belief as the foundation for our discussions.
Led by George Anderson
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that was originally developed for self-defense (it is considered to be a martial art form). Today tai chi has evolved into a graceful and elegant form of exercise where each posture flows gently into the next without pause which ensures that your body remains in constant motion. Consequently, tai chi is sometimes described as meditation in motion. Because of its gentle and flowing style, tai chi is considered to be a self-paced system of gentle stretching and low impact exercise that naturally promotes stress reduction. Tai chi is generally considered safe and beneficial for all ages and fitness levels.
Trinity also offers opportunities for faith formation and fellowship on Sundays. In addition, our Adult Journey programs—Confirmation, Culture of Call and Education Ministry—offer a deeper understanding of the life of faith.