Sunday Morning Programs for Adults, Children, and Youth
Sundays at Trinity go beyond our worship services. Throughout the year, Trinity offers forums and discussion groups to enrich the life of the mind as well as the spirit. All programs are free and open to the public.
Sundays at 10:10 am
Held during Trinity’s regular program year from Fall through Spring, the Dean’s Forum is an opportunity to hear from leading thinkers about faith, ethics, art, and civic engagement. Dean’s Forums are also made available as podcasts.
Discussion Groups and Bible Study
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:
Blessed Are You: The Beatitudes of Jesus in Scripture and in Life
Sept. 16, 23 & 30 | Oct. 14 & 21
This five-part examination of the Beatitudes in the Hebrew Scripture will offer insights and understanding. Community Gospel Reflections
Community Gospel Reflections
Oct. 28 | Nov. 4 | Jan. 13, 20 & 27
A four-session series reflecting on how the Gospel lesson for the day can enrich our lives.
The Light Will Shine: A Study for Advent and Epiphany Day
Nov. 11, 18 | Dec. 2 & 9 | Jan 6
This four-part Kerygma study will present fresh perspectives on the journey through Advent to Christmas and beyond.
Children & Youth Programs
Sundays at 10:10 am
The Children/Youth Education Mission of Trinity is to guide Trinity’s children and youth through a reflective and active faith formation experience that provides a solid Christian foundation in the Episcopal tradition and fosters a spiritual reserve that supports them in making informed moral decisions throughout their lives.
This Montessori-based Sunday School program has classes organized by age groups: age 3 – Kindergarten; 1st & 2nd grade; and 3rd & 4th grade.
Children in 5th and 6th grade explore ethics, spirituality, social responsibility and Christian tradition through a Lectionary-based, multi-sensory program called Seasons of the Spirit.
Our Junior (7th-8th grades) and Senior (9th-12th grades) High programs combine open, faith-based conversation about contemporary issues with Bible study, outreach projects, retreats and social events.