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 classes: 9:00 am

November 17 through December 15:

How Awesome is This Place (Ward Briggs), Satterlee Hall.
The Children of Abraham (Belton Zeigler), Room 114.
Growing in Christ, Stirling Room. 

On Sunday, December 22 join us for a morning of fellowship, food and fun! We will gather in Satterlee Hall to tell Christmas stories, sing Christmas carols, and enjoy a light breakfast of muffins, bagels, juice and/or coffee.

The fall formation season will meet for the last time on December 15, and resume again in January 2020. Stay tuned for the new class information and schedule coming soon.

All Trinity Reads

All Trinity Reads will begin on Sunday, September 8. The book that we will be reading this fall season is What is Anglicanism? by The Very Reverend Dr. Urban Holmes III. The book order through Trinity has closed, but you can still pick up a copy on Amazon by clicking here. 

There are many different dates and times available that the groups will meet. Please click here to view the schedule and for more information.

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.


The Areopagus

Here at Trinity, the Areopagus series is intended to foster discussion about the nature of faith in the contemporary world and the exercise of faith in today’s culture. The series likewise provides members of Trinity and the wider community with opportunities to reflect on issues having to do with civic society and the common good, the maintenance of a flourishing culture, and the public exercise of religious faith. All are welcome; come, and bring a friend.

The schedule and topics are listed below. For more information, please visit

December 15: Religion, Identity, and Reconciliation with Dr. Ed Smither, Dean of the College of Intercultural Studies, Columbia International University.

5:00 pm: Welcome Reception (Satterlee Hall)
5:10 pm: Presentation (Stirling Room)
5:40 pm: Small-group Discussion
5:50 pm: Plenary debriefing and conclusion