Education at Trinity Cathedral is guided by the belief that Christian education is a lifelong process and that all Christians regardless of age, need opportunities to continue their spiritual formation. Find a program area for you or your child through the menu below.

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Sundays at Trinity

Sundays at Trinity go beyond worship services. In addition, Trinity hosts the Dean’s Forum, a discussion on contemporary public and theological issues as well as a drop-in Bible study. Various other groups often meet on Sundays as well. All programs are free and open.

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Chapel Chat

Children and Youth

Our Children & Youth Ministries are staffed by dedicated, experienced volunteers and provides a progressive curriculum of religious education, designed to encourage children’s active participation in story, liturgy, Bible study, and spiritual practice.

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Junior and Senior High

Our junior high (7th-8th grades) and senior high (9th-12th grades) programs combine open, faith-based conversation about contemporary issues with Bible study, outreach projects, retreats, and social events.

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Wednesdays at Trinity

Wednesday Evenings at Trinity begin with Evensong at 6 p. m., followed by supper ($5 donation) and a program at 7:30 p.m. In 2016-2017, a variety of special Bicentennial programs will be held on Wednesday as well.

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Adult Formation

Recognizing the need at any age to feed the mind as well as the soul with good teaching Trinity offers a wide range of programs to help adults in the lifelong process of growing spiritually and deepening our relationship with God.

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Dean’s Forum

The Dean’s Forum examines contemporary issues in the light of faith. Join Dean Tracey Lind on Sunday mornings at 10:10 a.m. as she interviews thought leaders and artists.

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