Formation for All Ages

Sunday mornings at 9:00 am

Education for adults, children & youth

Join us every Sunday morning in the parish hall building from 9:00-9:45 am for a wide array of classes, forums, musicmaking, and storytelling for everyone, age 3 to 103.

Explore our offerings below, and join us - whoever you are!

For Younger Children (through grade 5)

All activities for youth & children this fall are subject to change - please contact Charissa Simmons for updates.

For the latest updates, click here to subscribe to our Children's Programming email list.

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Godly Play

Age 3-grade 5, lower level of the parish hall.

(Note: Godly Play will be offered on YouTube this fall)

Godly Play is a curriculum of spiritual practice exploring the mystery of God’s presence in our lives. Through Godly Play, we learn to listen for God and to make authentic and creative responses to God’s call in our lives. 

 

Contact: Charissa Simmons

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Trinitots

Age 3-kindergarden, St. Francis Room.

As Trinitots, young children explore the music of the church in an interactive way as they sing, move, and play on simple instruments. 

 

Parents are warmly welcome, but not required to attend!

Contact: Bill James

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St. Cecilia Choir

Grades 1-12; held in the Children's Chapel. 

The St. Cecilia Choir is open to all children and teens who enjoy music. Rehearsals take place in a fun atmosphere that requires a smaller time commitment than the Trinity Choir School. It's a dynamic & inclusive group of young singers who explore church leadership through music! Learn more

 

Contact: Trinity Music

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Choir School

Grades 3-12. The Choristers participate fully in leading liturgy at the Cathedral. They receive instruction in music theory, sight-singing, and healthy vocal production, all while benefitting from an advanced music curriculum. 

 

Click here to learn more

 

Contact: Trinity Music

For Youth (Middle School & High School)

All activities for youth & children this fall are subject to change - please contact Jill Osburn for updates.

For the latest updates, click here to subscribe to our Youth Programming email list.

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Middle School Community

Grades 6-8. All middle schoolers are invited to join us for youth community time every Sunday morning!

 

Join us weekly as we spend time together and take time to discuss a wide variety of topics that affect us in our daily lives. Delicious treats always provided! 

 

Contact: Jill Osburn

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Choir School

Grades 3-12. The Choristers participate fully in leading liturgy at the Cathedral. They receive instruction in music theory, sight-singing, and healthy vocal production, all while benefitting from an advanced music curriculum. 

 

Click here to learn more.

 

Contact: Trinity Music

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St. Cecilia Choir

Grades 1-12; held in the Children's Chapel. The St. Cecilia Choir is open to all children and teens who enjoy music & singing. Rehearsals take place in a fun atmosphere that requires a smaller time commitment than the Trinity Choir School. It's a dynamic & inclusive group of young singers who explore church leadership through music! Learn more

 

Contact: Trinity Music

For Adults

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Sunday Forums

Join us Sunday mornings for forums on a wide range of topics ranging from social justice to progressive theology to Non-Dual Christianity. Click here to view the schedule of upcoming forums!

All Sunday forums are free & open to the public. 

 

Contact: Matthew Lawrence, Canon for Spiritual Formation

Dean's Bible Study
Dean's Bible Study:
Reading Other People's Mail

Dean Nathan's popular deep dive into the New Testament Epistles (letters) as we hear them in the Sunday services, offered several times a year, in person & online! Click here to view upcoming sessions as they are scheduled, and visit our YouTube channel to view past sessions. 

Contact: Nathan LeRud, Cathedral Dean

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Trinity Book Club

The Trinity Book Club meets the last Sunday of every month at 9:00 am in Stearns Library. No need to finish the books... but (spoiler alert!) we will discuss the endings. Join us!

Click here to view upcoming book selections

 

Contact: Marti Anderson

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Trinity Choir

The Trinity Choir is an auditioned choir made up of singers from all walks of life who share a fierce dedication to the craft of choral singing in a liturgical context and to each another. They are ordinary people who make extraordinary music. The choir’s repertory spans over one thousand years of sacred music!

Contact: Bruce Neswick, Canon for Cathedral Music