Adult Education

In person or online, Trinity offers a variety of classes for Adults.  Trinity’s Adult Education program goes beyond Sunday School Classes to include small group studies like Bible Disciple and Companions in Christ, as well as a book club, a book study group, a contemplative prayer group, and other opportunities which can be formed as there are enough people interested in participating. Most of the classes are drop in and last about 8 weeks.  You are invited to drop in and try it out. Questions?  Email Ben, Dir. of Spiritual Formation

Weekday

 
New Horizons Women’s Small Group
Second Tuesday of every month 
7:00—8:30 p.m.
Virtual
 This small group is switching gears and watching documentaries and discussing it. New members always welcome; contact Beth Bailey for more information and the Zoom link.

 

Companions in Christ study group

Thursdays
Virtual
9:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.       
The Thursday morning Companions in Christ group studies a different book each year. This class has reached is maximum number of participants. If you are interested in other morning classes, please contact Ben Stewart
 

Thursday Morning Book Study for Winter 2020

Thursday
9:45 – 11:45 a.m. 
Virtual
Leaders: Class Participants Rotate leadership

The Thursday Morning Class is a loose group of folks who meet to think and talk about spiritual, Biblical, ethical, and practical things. We share leadership (and, during normal times, snacks) and generally have something specific to spark our discussions. You are welcome to join us in a Zoom meeting beginning at 10:00. Please email Dee Waters for the link and password.
 

Sunday

 

Virtual Bible Study with Ben

Sundays
Virtual 2pm
This is a simple Bible study. We open with a prayer then read sections of a book. If you have questions you can ask them or you can sit and listen to others. It really is that simple. If you’d like to join us, fill in this really simple form. 
 
 

Lenten Bible Study: Food and Faith

Sundays at noon, 2/21-3/28

Everyone has a “food story”–a flavorful narrative that shows the personal relationship you have to food. During Lent, we’ll sample a charcuterie of biblical food stories and ponder different ways that eating can be an act of faith. Adults and youth are welcome to join this no-homework weekly Bible study on Zoom, with the potential to meet in person later on when the weather permits. Email Stuart for the link or check your enews.