All Trinity Reads

**For the July/August 2020 book group, One Blood: Parting Words to the Church on Race and Love,  please click here to be redirected.**


Not even a worldwide pandemic is enough to stand in the way of the opportunities we have to come together for fellowship and conversation through the All Trinity Reads program! Over the next several weeks, there will be four All Trinity Reads groups meeting online, and you’re invited to take part in one of them. Space in each group is limited, so contact the coordinator of the group you’d like to join as soon as possible (see below for schedules and contact information).

The book we will read is The Lord’s Prayer: a Guide to Praying the Our Father. This book is intended to help those who offer this familiar and beloved prayer to enter more fully into the relationship the prayer signifies. The author of the book is the Anglican priest and biblical scholar Wesley Hill, who is the Associate Professor of New Testament at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, PA.  The book is readily available for purchase online, and is available in both print and digital formats.

Please note, these meetings will all be conducted via Zoom, a digital meeting application. In order to take part in these meetings, you will need to have a personal Zoom account (or access to a Zoom account). The easiest way to use Zoom is to head to their website (found here) and sign up for a free (basic) account. You can also download the Zoom app from the Zoom website, the App Store, or wherever you download apps on your tablet or phone. It is possible to use Zoom without downloading the application, but doing so may require a few extra steps. We have instructions for navigating Zoom on our site here.

If you’d like to take part in this season’s All Trinity Reads, contact one of the group facilitators listed below, or contact Canon Grosso ( The groups are listed chronologically in the order in which they begin (earlier listings begin meeting first).

  • Debbie Yoho ( Tuesdays at 6 pm, beginning May 19
  • Bill Beckham ( Wednesdays at 3 pm, beginning May 20
  • Belton Zeigler ( Wednesdays at 6 pm, beginning May 20
  • Walter Edgar ( Thursdays at 6 pm, beginning May 21