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Community Life and Adult Christian Education
  Click on the links below to find out more about formation and education through fellowship here at Trinity.
Sundays at 9:30am - Morrow Chapel

Most Sundays of the program year (Sept - June) from 9:30-10:15am in Room 218, this ongoing educational opportunity offers a wide range of subjects and issues central to living a Christ-centered life in the 21st Century. Facilitated by parish clergy, ministry leaders and guest presenters the ultimate aim of this long-standing tradition in Adult Christian Education at Trinity Church is to help parishioners “grow in the knowledge and love of the Triune God.” See the Parish Life Guide for the schedule. .
 A series of classes which will give you a deeper understanding of the Episcopal Church and its ways. This class is open to all who desire a fuller appreciation of the Episcopal Church; especially those who are new the tradition, desiring to be baptized, Confirmed or Received into the Episcopal Church. 

Topics include: Anglican History, Episcopal History, Theology and Mission of the Episcopal Church, Ecclesiology, Liturgy and the Book of Common Prayer. For more information, Contact The Rev. Rich Houser at [email protected] 

The Episcopal Way Classes - choose a weekend or do the online class.  

April
13th - Friday 7:00-9:00 pm Episcopal Way—Smith 
14th - Saturday 9:00 am – 2pm Episcopal Way

May
4th - Friday 7:00-9:00 pm Episcopal Way—Smith 
5th - Saturday 9:00 am – 2pm Episcopal Way

What: A pilgrimage to celebrate the official recognition of 
Salvadoran martyr and Bishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero as a saint led by Elizabeth Atkins Romero. public transportation and taxis. 

Where: Rome, Italy.

Dates: Arrive before October 13th and leave after October 21st you handle your travel arrangements as best suits you.
The group will meet on the evening of October 13th in
Rome at San Gregorio al Celio Monastery. This is the
Monastery where St. Augustine of Canterbury and his
Benedictine Monks were sent out by Pope Gregory I in 597
AD as missionaries to England. Group members will stay
there if they book early.

Accommodations: Book early to stay as a group at San
Gregorio al Celio Monastery. Otherwise, please book
accommodations close to the monastery which is close to the
Coliseum. We will gather for prayer and fellowship every day
at San Gregorio al Celio Monastery before heading out for
the day's itinerary.

Trip highlights: Oct. 14th participate in public Ceremony at
the Vatican where Bishop Romero will be designated
sainthood, visits to the Anglican Center in Rome, attend
Church at St. Paul's With-in the Walls, visit places where
Archbishop Romero studied and prayed, mission sites for
the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Rome, and other historic
religious, cultural, and culinary places of importance. Final
full itinerary will reflect interests of pilgrimage participants.

Cost: We will eat at mostly modestly priced locations, with
one group meal at a high-end restaurant. There are no
overhead or coordination fees. Flights will be arranged
individually. Stay at the Monastery in a double room is 35
Euros per person, with coffee and Danish included in the
morning. We will eat at mostly modestly priced locations,
with one group meal at a highend restaurant. We will take
public transportation and taxis. We will discuss specifics at
group meetings.

For more information, contact Elmer Romero at
[email protected]
The Women’s Retreat Circle


Retreats will include whole group presentation, small group discussion, and private quiet time.

The retreat occurs annually in November.  Please fill out the contact sheet for more info.  




Parents interested in exploring and discussing raising children of faith in a spiritual community gather to support and enrich each other's lives through intentional discussion about how to raise children with
strong Christian beliefs. Starting again this fall on Sunday September 9, 2018 at 9:30 am in the Masterson Room and every other week after that during the fall season.