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New Classes Added!

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Beloved Siblings in Christ,

Registration for Christian formation classes is open now! We are excited about some of the new classes offered this season, informed by your responses to our Christian formation survey, and we hope you will take advantage of some of the incredible opportunities available. If you are interested in Bible study, you may want to try out Reading Psalms Ethically; Ethics in the Psalter. Or perhaps Superheroines of the Bible is an exciting prospect for you? For those new to Trinity or anyone interested in Confirmation, Reception, or reaffirmation, join Mo. Cheryl for our Life at Trinity class. How about a book club? Deacon Deborah will facilitate discussion of Sue Monk Kidd's book When the Heart Waits: Spiritual Direction for Life's Sacred Questions. And for those of you interested in doing the hard work of anti-racism, we will have a 2nd Sunday TED talk forum in the Great Hall every month from September through January.

For the children and youth of the parish, we offer Godly Play for kids ages 3 years through 3rd grade. Biblical Storytelling is available for 4th and 5th graders. Our 7th and 8th graders are invited to take part in Rite-13, as they transition into the journey to Adulthood Program. For 9th and 10th graders J2A offers lessons in life and spirituality, culminating in a Spiritual Pilgrimage in the summer. The 4Ward class of 11th & 12th graders, who missed their pilgrimage due to the pandemic, will finally go on their journey in the spring of 2023. Please register your young people for classes to ensure we have all the correct contact information, and are prepared for the numbers in each class.

Don't forget that choir and handbell choir are both preparing to start on September 7th. Please contact Casey Cantwell or sign up in the Great Hall for choirs (ages 5 and up), or email Carteena Robohm if you are interested in playing with the Trinity Ringers handbell choir (grade 5 through adults).

We're looking forward to a wonderful fall with all of you!

The staff and clergy of Trinity Episcopal Church +

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