Sunday Classes & Forums


Tell Out My Soul

Sundays, April 23-May 28, 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Stearns Library. Join Canon for Cathedral Life Julia McCray-Goldsmith as we practice telling our stories in ways that invite growth and change in our communities. The content of the course will be our own Episcopal Baptismal Covenant and Public Narrative, a community organizing method developed by Marshall Ganz of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Drawing on his own deep roots as a rabbi's son and an organizer for the United farmworkers, Ganz' method makes use of our own life experience as the raw material for profound personal and social change. Enjoy the stories of fellow Trinitarians and learn how to use your voice to make a difference from a distinctively Episcopalian standpoint.


Christians Looking At Islam

Sundays, April 23-June 11, 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Morrison Room. In these 8 sessions, Keith Walters and Canon Raggs Ragan will address attendees' interests and questions about Islam, including its worldwide demographics, early history, daily life, presence in the US, politics, and the Qur'an as text and recited world.


Prayer and the Brain Book Group

Sundays, May 21-June 11, 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Bishop Dagwell Room. A new book group is forming at Trinity to read How God Changes Your Brain by Newberg and Waldman. It turns out that scientists are discovering what many of us already knew, that God is good for you. For those of us who chose this book, our interest in How God Changes Your Brain is a carryover from our Lenten read, A Reason for Hope, by Jane Goodall, from which we became interested in prayer. It feels like a good place to start as this book outlines the benefits of various types of prayerful contemplation. Everyone is welcome. Click HERE to register.


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