Sunday Classes for Adults


If you have questions, contact Andrew Grosso, Canon to the Dean at 461.7324 or

Weekday Offerings

View the Adult Weekday Offerings at Trinity.

Sunday Morning Adult Forum: 9:00 am

Please note that classes will not meet 1/26, 4/5, 4/12, and 5/17.

January 5  through May 10:

The Fullness of Episcopal Life and Faith: a review of Episcopal faith designed for those preparing for confirmation, reception, or the reaffirmation of faith, or for those who desire a review of the basics of Episcopal beliefs and practices (Dean Jones and Canon Grosso, Room 114)

Growing in Christ: Paul’s Letter to the Romans. A close reading and reflection of one of the apostle Paul’s most important letters (Stirling Room) 

January 12 - February 23:

The Light that Illumines: an exploration of the history, stories, and spirituality of the stained glass windows of Trinity Cathedral (Connie Britt, Satterlee Hall)

March 1 - March 29:

Understanding and Managing Addiction: led by David and Betsy Wolff, Satterlee Hall.

April 19 - May 10:

The Writings and Thought of Garry Wills: Ward Briggs will lead a series on the writings and thought of Garry Wills in Satterlee Hall.

Centering Prayer

Trinity Cathedral is excited to offer during Lent a six-week seminar in centering prayer. This seminar will begin on Sunday, Feb 23, from 5:00 p.m. to 5:50 p.m., and will meet each week through Mar 29; the group will convene in the Administration Conference Room (first floor of the Administration building). 

The initial session (Feb 23) will explore the history of centering prayer, the methods and guidelines, and the benefits of centering prayer in daily life. There will be time for questions and a short practice period of centering prayer, and materials will be provided for participants to study centering prayer in greater depth on their own. Thereafter (beginning Mar 1), each session will include a closer examination of centering prayer, group reflections, an introduction to lectio divina, and a period of centering prayer. 

Each session will conclude in time for participants to attend the 6:00 p.m. Eucharist and Taizé service in Keenan Chapel.  Those interested in forming an on-going group dedicated to centering prayer will have an opportunity to do so towards the end of the seminar.  For further information, please call or email Emery Clark at or 803.331.4341.

All Trinity Reads

Our All Trinity Reads program begins again during May, and this time we will be studying the book The Lord’s Prayer: a Guide to Praying the Our Father. There are 4 groups available, all meeting via Zoom, that meet on different dates/times so that you can find a group that best suits your schedule.

To learn more or to contact a facilitator to join a group, click here to go to the All Trinity Reads page on our site.  


Weekday Offerings

Tuesday Offerings

Tuesday Lectionary Study Group for Men and Women

There are lectionary study groups for men every Tuesday at 8:30 am and 12:30 pm. This group provides reflection on the gospel readings for the coming Sunday. Canon Grosso coordinates the two men’s groups, and they meet at 8:30 am in the Stirling Room, and at 12:30 in room 114; lunch is available at the 12:30 session for $10.

There is a lectionary study group for women every Tuesday at 8:30 am. Canon Lockett facilitates this group, and in June the location will be in the Hospitality room. Ther group will not meet on July 2nd or July 9th. For the remaining meetings in July and for the entire month of August, this group will meet in the Daughters of the Holy Cross room. Drop in one time, or come every week!

Thursday Offerings

Hebrew Scriptures as they relate to the Old and New Testaments of the Bible

The group will meet on Thursday mornings from 9:00 to 10:00 am in the Library.

View the Adult Weekday Offerings at Trinity.