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Trinity Parish helps people nurture their spirituality and grow in their faith. We are practiced in creating a small-group environment that encourages curiosity, where it is safe to ask questions, and in which you will be supported by the companionship of fellow seekers.
Small Group Scripture Study Series
Several times each year, Trinity Parish offers a four to eight week study on a book of the Bible. In these sessions participants take turns reading a passage aloud, sharing brief stories from their own lives, speaking to questions about the passage, and reflecting on how the passage might apply to their day-to-day lives. Meetings typically take place after the Sunday liturgy, last 60 minutes, and are facilitated by Fr. Miller and a team of lay members from the parish. For more information, please contact the parish office.Learn More
Dawn Treaders – a Christian formation process based on the ancient catechumenate – offers a potent mix of Scripture reflection, spiritual conversation, mentoring and prayer. Are you looking for a safe place to explore questions about the Faith, to deepen your familiarity with the Scriptures and Tradition, to more fully develop your inner life and relationship with God, and to do so with the support and encouragement of clergy and fellow parishioners? If so, Dawn Treaders could be for you. Named after the C.S. Lewis book about water, community, journey and new life, Dawn Treaders typically meets after the Sunday liturgy every other week in January and into February, and then weekly throughout the Lenten and Easter seasons. For more information or to sign up, please contact Fr. Miller.Learn More
Trinity Parish Anti-Racism Reading Group
Trinity Parish’s Anti-Racism Reading Group – formed in response to the killings several years ago of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, among others – reads books about and meets regularly to discuss matters of racism and racial justice. To date, the group has read and discussed books such as Ibram Kendi’s How to Be an Anti-Racist, Annette Gordon-Reed’s On Juneteenth, and Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye and Beloved. To learn the group’s next meeting date and book, please be in touch with Fr. Miller or listen for announcements after the Sunday liturgy. (Image source.)
Throughout the year, Trinity’s special programs offer company and support for those wanting to go deeper on their journey. Programs may be one-time offerings, or short “modules” of three or more sessions. Examples of special programs that Trinity has offered are: “First Time in Prayer and Quiet,” “Intercessory Prayer,” “Developing a Rule of Life,” or “Discerning Spiritual Gifts.” Sometimes, members gather to discuss a book. For information about upcoming special adult formation programs at Trinity, please see our calendar, or contact the parish office.View Calendar