Weekly Christian Formation


Men of Trinity Morning Bible Study

Tuesdays at 8:30 am - Led by Ira Houck  in the Stirling Room
Come gather for study, reflection, fellowship, and breakfast, and examine the Gospel for the coming Sunday. We ponder the lessons prescribed by the Revised Common Lectionary, and talk about issues that affect our lives and our Church.

Women's Bible Study with Mopsy Crawford

Tuesdays from 9-11:30 am in Room 222
Many Bible readers know the Book of John is not quite like the others. N. T. Wright says there’s a “well-known saying that John is like a pool that’s safe for a child to paddle in, but deep enough for an elephant to swim in. Though the Gospel is imposing in its structure and ideas, it doesn’t scare you off; it makes you welcome.” It also can lead to a deeper encounter with Christ. If you’ve already studied the Book of John or never have before, you are invited to wade in with Mopsy and the elephants.

Men of Trinity Lunch Bible Study

Tuesdays at 12:30 pm - Led by Lay Leaders  in Room 114
Join the Men of Trinity on Tuesdays for a Bible Study led by a rotation of parish men. Lunch will begin at 12:30 and will be followed by a discussion and a study on the week's lectionary. Andrella will be providing lunch for $10. All men are welcome.

Solomon's Porch

Tuesdays at 6 pm - Led by Lay Leaders in the Daughters Room

Solomon’s Porch was created to provide support for women who are challenged by depression or anxiety. The group has met twice a month to offer encouragement and education in a confidential setting.

For more information about the evening meetings get in touch with Janie Godbold at 463.0513 or janiegodbold@gmail.com or Betsy Wolff at 782.0238 or betsymwolff@gmail.com. If you are interested in being part of a Solomon’s Porch group that will meet during the day, please contact Betsy.



The Ark Group for Women

10-11:30 am in the Stirling Room


6 pm in Room 114

Alpha is a program dedicated to exploring the Christian faith. Each session looks at a different question associated with the life of faith, and sessions are organized to encourage conversation.  No two Alphas are the same, but generally they have three key things in common: food, a presentation, and good conversation. Those involved in Alpha have an opportunity to reflect on the identity of Jesus, the nature of faith, the experience of prayer, and other topics. The most important element of Alpha is the opportunity to share thoughts and ideas and discuss them in an open, friendly, and honest manner. Click here to register for the class. There is no cost.

Wednesday Night Programming: Prayer

Prayer- a three-part series on the role of prayer in the life of faith, the nature of prayer, examination of different ways of praying, and strategies for overcoming challenges one encounters in sustaining a commitment to prayer. This adult formation opportunity will begin at 6:30 pm in Satterlee Hall on Wednesday evenings beginning on January 24.

Wednesday Night Suppers

Wednesday night suppers begin at 5:45 pm each Wednesday evening. Click here to register for supper each week.



Grief Recovery Method Class

Thursdays from 6-8 pm in Room 114
The Grief Recovery Method teaches and leads people through a series of small, practical steps to move through a time of loss. Participants who have completed the course have experienced  feelings of “lightness” and calmness.