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We understand that everyone learns and engages in different ways.  At Trinity we try to have a variety of classes to interest everyone. Classes are typically small group formats with lively, open discussions.  We offer Introductory classes Book Study classes, and a DVD and discussion class.  Class length varies so check back often to see what new opportunities are coming up.




All classes will be held on Zoom.com. Please register using the links provided to receive information about connecting. If you need technology assistance, please contact Hannah Middlebrook who will connect you with a technology volunteer.

Tuesday, 6:30 PM, Prayer and Meditation with Father Chris (Ongoing/No End Date)

The Carmelite spiritual master Saint Francis de Sales is famously quoted as saying, “Half an hour's meditation each day is essential, except when you are busy. Then a full hour is needed.”   While modern medicine has documented many health benefits to meditation practice, in its many forms across the globe meditation has been a time honored spiritual practice for centuries.  We’ll meet one evening a week to share in forms of group meditation and contemplative prayer.  Mindfulness/awareness meditation, contemplative prayer and centering prayer are some of the techniques that the group will explore.  Other techniques are welcome.  No one method or approach will be required and participants are free to engage in whatever form they deem most helpful.  The group will meet on an ongoing basis without an end date. REGISTER HERE.

Wednesday, Noon and 6:30, the Christology of Mark with Father Chris (8/5/20 – 10/21/20)

“For the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” Mark 10:45.  The first of the New Testament gospels to be written down and preserved by the church, Mark presents our most “human” portrait of the life and teachings of Jesus.  It begins not with his birth or his eternal life in God, but with his good news for the world, what the Greek calls Kerygma, or proclamation.  Mark gives us a passionate preacher and tireless servant whose tragic death is then eclipsed by the empty tomb.  This is a discussion and reflection group that will meet over 12 weeks.  We’ll work through the gospel, with weekly readings of the gospel itself in a good study bible, augmented with a commentary by Lamar Williamson Jr. REGISTER HERE.

Thursday, 7:00 PM, Waking Up White with Mother Cheryl (10/15/20 - 12/17/20): Exploring the questions of race and racial reconciliation is especially timely in the national current climate. This class will read the book Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving. In this powerful book, Debby recounts her personal story of realization. Weekly discussions via Zoom will encourage participants to delve into questions of their own upbringing, perceptions of the world around them, and how they can begin dismantling their own implicit and explicit biases. In order to facilitate meaningful discussions, the class end date is approximate and may change according to the pace of the class. REGISTER HERE.

Monday, 6:30 PM, Faith Unraveled by Rachel Held Evans with Deacon Deborah (10/12/20 - 11/23/20): This book is an argument, one in which the author argues with herself, God, the Bible and Southern fundamentalism. Somehow, though, we are the winners in this argument because we watch and learn as a young woman emerges into a maturing faith that lets the kingdom vision of Jesus reshape her life. As one reviewer noted, "I found myself cheering her on." REGISTER HERE.


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