Sunday Mornings at Trinity
Several classes are offered on Sunday mornings at 10:15am. This time makes it possible to attend either the 9:00am service or the 11:15am service and participate in a class. The classes include:
Newcomers: You can drop in any week to this class that will introduce you to the programs and many of the people at Trinity. The class consists of six different session and you can join at any time. It meets in Classroom C off of the Great Hall.
Sunday Morning Journey: A small group adult study that meets in the Conference Room. Currently studying: Living Well Through Advent.
101 Introductory Courses: Classes intended to introduce you to the basics: prayer, worship, the Bible, social action, etc. Currently on hiaitus during our renovation.
Thursday Night at the Cathedral
TNAC is an exciting program at the Cathedral. It’s great for connecting and making new friends while deepening your spiritual connection with God and your world. Below is a typical schedule:
6:00Pm: We gather in the Cathedral for Compline (a short evening prayer).
6:15pm: Dinner in the Great Hall for a $7 donation (on hiatus during renovations – will resume January 17.)
7:00pm: A variety of classes are offered which can range from social justice to spiritual practices.
Thursday Lunch Bunch
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“Growing in Faith” is the program through which Trinity Cathedral helps adults prepare for Baptism, Confirmation or Reception into the Episcopal Church. Those who are formally Reaffirming their Faith are also invited to attend to this journey in faith.
Meetings are now on Thursdays at 7 pm, as part of the TNAC program. Baptism, Confirmation, Reception and Renewal rites take place at the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday evening.
Education for Ministry
During the Service of Confirmation, we reaffirm our Baptismal Covenant, and we pray “Renew in these your servants the covenant you made with them at Baptism. Send them forth in the power of the Spirit to perform the service you set before them.” Education for Ministry (EFM) offers an opportunity to explore how to respond to this call to Christian service. Every baptized person is called to ministry. The EfM program provides people from all walks of life with the opportunity to discover his or her ministry. Participants enroll in this four-year program one year at a time.
Trinity Cathedral has a small, but active group of thoughtful people who like to explore the stream of consciousness opportunity of writing whatever comes to mind in a quiet, safe environment. What we write may be read aloud if we choose to do so, confidentially and without critique. We are not a creative writing class. No obvious talent or credentials are required. Anyone can write and everyone is welcome. And all will be appreciated and edified by their participation. Come check us out. We meet Thursdays in the conference room above the church offices 3:00-4:30 pm. It’s never too late or too early to start this adventure in telling your story. Any questions can be directed to June Gillam at email firstname.lastname@example.org or Bruce Roy at email@example.com. Come write with us.
The Tuesday Morning Group (TMG)
The Tuesday Morning Group meets at 10am in the Conference room. In Advent they will be studying Living Well Through Advent using the Living Compass resource “Practicing Wonder with All Your Heart, Soul, Strength, and Mind.” Booklets are available at the meetings. On December 19th they will share holiday goodies. The group will not meet Dec 26 and Jan 2. They will reconvene on January 9 with a new study to be announced.
Conversations on Race
Trinity Cathedral would like to develop a curriculum based on the early history and civil rights era history of African Americans in the Episcopal Church; rooted in this important history and accompanied by an embedded with the powerful visuals of the Allan Rohan Crite Art Collection, Conversations on Race will feature five (5) major components:
- Interactive Presentations
Kitchen Table Talks
3. Special Tours
4. Film Series Exhibition
5. Scholars Symposia
Trinity Women’s Retreat is scheduled for
April 13-15, 2018
at the Mercy Auburn Retreat Center.
If you have any questions, please contact Pamela Anderson atPamela@trinitycathedral.org(link sends e-mail). Come join the fun!