Trinity School is designed to encourage growth into Christ’s likeness through the discipline of study. Offerings are structured around three terms: Fall, Spring, and Summer. These terms are intentionally mindful of the rhythms of the liturgical year, providing a helpful compliment to our weekly Sunday worship.
Each Term of Trinity School consists of three distinct offerings: courses, workshops, and lectures. Classes are the heart of Trinity School, offering studies in multiple tracks, such as Bible, Formation, Theology, or Practical. Workshops are one or two part intensives that focus on specialized topics, such as the Liturgical Calendar, the Book of Common Prayer, or How to Read the Bible. Lectures are offered at least once per term and feature guest speakers, including members of our community, friends of Trinity, as well as well-known invited guests.
Online registration for Trinity School opens four Sundays before the term begins. Payment is due at sign up. To register click on the titles below. For more information on education at Trinity, please contact Tripp Prince.
The book of Exodus journeys with Israel as they learn what it means to be God’s people while wandering in the wilderness between Egypt and the Promised Land. This 3-week study during Lent will explore how we can discover more about God and ourselves during seasons in the wilderness.
Tuesdays, March 13th – March 27th, 7:30-9pm
Teacher: Amy Winkle
This class will explore the “three-streams” of Anglican identity and practice, focusing on how the Charismatic, Evangelical, and Liturgical foundations of our faith have shaped the worship, belief, and habits of Christians for centuries and continue to do so today.
Tuesdays, May 1st – May 22nd, 7:30-9pm
Teacher: Tripp Prince, Marty Reardon, & Ashley Mathews
Keeping Time is a series of workshops offered throughout the year that are meant to help us enter into new liturgical seasons in thoughtful and meaningful ways. Each workshop takes time to explore the historic origins of the given season, ways in which it has developed and been observed in various times and places, and offers practical advice on how to enter into the themes of each given season as a means of ongoing growth into Christ’s likeness.
Keeping Time: Lent, Holy Week, and Easter
Keeping Time: Pentecost and Ordinary Time
An Evening with Richard Foster
Join us for a special evening with Richard Foster as he and his son, Nathan, celebrate the 40th anniversary of the publishing of Celebration of Discipline, sharing stories and discussing the lasting legacy and impact of this modern day classic.
Sunday, March 11, 6-8pm (note: WS Evening Service cancelled this evening)