Weekly Christian Formation


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Tuesday Lectionary Study Groups for Men and Women

Tuesdays at 8:30 am and 12:30 pm

There are lectionary study groups for both men and women on Tuesdays at 8:30 am and 12:30 pm. These groups provide reflection on the gospel readings for the coming Sunday. Canon Grosso coordinates the men’s groups, and Canon Lockett coordinates the women’s. The 8:30 men meet in the Stirling Room, and the 8:30 women meet in the Daughters of the Holy Cross Room. The 12:30 men meet in room 114, and the 12:30 women meet in Satterlee Hall; lunch is available for $10.



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

The group will meet on Thursday mornings from 9 - 10 am in the Library.


Spiritual Life for Women

Tuesdays from 9:30-11:00 am in Room 114
This weekly Bible study meets from 9:30 to 11:00 am every Wednesday, and provides women with the opportunity to explore the meaning of the scriptures and the application of biblical insights to daily life.  There are also opportunities for fellowship and prayer. The group is facilitated by Mopsy Crawford, and meets in room 114.

The Ark Group for Women

Fall & Spring Wednesdays: 10-11:30 am in the Stirling Room
This group is dedicated to fostering deep conversations and open dialog about the life of faith, and meets every Wednesday from 9:30 am until 12:30 pm.  This fall, the group will review Part I of the DVD series, “Living the Questions 2.0,” which provides a thematic overview of contemporary theological thought. This group is coordinated by Allianne Duvall ( atduvall@sc.rr.com) and Calvert Kloop ( calvertklopp@gmail.com ), and will meet in the Stirling Room.

God's Story, Our Story, Your Story

6:30 pm (following Parish Suppers) in Satterlee Hall

The Bible tells a series of overlapping stories. The Bible is the story of God’s work on behalf of his good creation. The Bible is also the story of God’s people, both Jews and Gentiles. And the Bible provides a framework wherein we might make sense of the story of our individual lives. How do these stories correspond with one another? And what about the story of how the Bible came to be: what’s the relationship between the story in the Bible and the story of the Bible? Canon Grosso will lead us through an examination of these questions in an effort to help us live more fully into the story of the Bible.

God at Work

6:30 pm (following Parish Suppers) in the Stirling Room

How does our faith inform the work we do day in and day out? Is there any connection between our identity as Christians and our professional and vocational identities? How do we align the earthly values and goals of our jobs with the spiritual and heavenly purpose of our faith? This series will explore these kinds of questions using the Alpha course, “God at Work,” and will be an excellent opportunity to invite co-workers who may be looking for a church home to come to Trinity. This series will be coordinated by Emery Clark, Rob Gyemant, and Ian Weschler.

All Trinity Reads is Back!

This spring, the All Trinity Reads program will return. There will be seven different reading groups that will convene at different times and locations; each group will meet for a total of no more than six weeks. Everyone is invited to take part in one of these groups. Space in each group is limited so contact the coordinator(s) of the group you’d like to join as soon as possible.

We will read Verna J. Dozier’s The Dream of God: a Call to Return (Church Publishing, 2006). Dozier (1917-2006) was a high-school English teacher, a lay theologian, and an active member of the Episcopal Church for many years as a parishioner at St. Mark’s Church in Washington, DC, as well as various diocesan and national groups. She is remembered for her passionate commitment to lay leadership, racial reconciliation, and the importance of Christian education for all members of the church.

Click here to learn more about the Spring 2019 Opportunities and to find a time that works for your schedule.