EXPLORE LIFE TOGETHER
Worship encompasses everything that we do together as Christian community, including, but not limited to, what we do on Sunday mornings. We join together on Sunday mornings as a sort of touchstone which reorients our lives toward the sacred, through gathering, reading Scriptures, prayer, offering, breaking bread, and engaging in service to our community.
CHILDREN & YOUTH
Trinity is a growing church with plenty of opportunities for young families to connect with a vibrant spiritual community. We are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for people of all ages to encounter the Christian faith in meaningful ways.
Baptisms are held at least three times a year. Families prepare to nurture the spiritual life of their child by participating in our “Getting Connected: 101” program.
Confirmation is an opportunity to reaffirm the promises made at baptism, and to begin to explore some of the depths of the Christian tradition. Youth and adults interested in this program participate in our “On the Way: 201” program.
Weddings in the Church are an opportunity for a couple to publicly commit themselves to each other and to ask both God’s blessing on and presence within, their marriage.
We know how difficult it can be to lose a loved one, and the clergy at Trinity are here to assist you in any way possible, to offer pastoral care, to provide counsel in planning the service, and to help with arrangements.
Exploring the Wisdom Literature of the Old testament and Apocrypha
WINTER COURSE 2022
Wisdom is Justified by her Children.
Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job, Ecclesiasticus (Sirach), and the Wisdom of Solomon are all Jewish texts that present the concept of “Wisdom” (or “sophia”) as a means to holy and ethical living and as a way of understanding God (or explaining our inability to understand the ways of God). However, they are not all of a piece in their understanding of the concept and figure of “wisdom”.
Lead by Rev. Daniel Graves
After Easter, Father Dan will be offering a six-session Confirmation/Catechesis program for those interested in Confirmation, Reaffirmation of Baptismal Vows, or Reception into the Anglican Communion.
Lead by Rev. Dan Graves
Progressive Christianity Group
More than 10 years ago, we began this adult education ministry with Phyllis Tribble’s book Texts of Terror. That small beginning grew as fellow searchers joined us to explore new Scriptural interpretations that have enriched and deepened our spiritual journeys. Through exposure to many authors and theologians, we have developed a deeper appreciation of how both the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures developed in their own time and place and how to bring them forward into our lives today.
Lead by Cathy Gross & Lenore Pressley
Trinity Aurora is first and foremost a spiritual community. Above all else, we are committed to providing deep and meaningful opportunities to engage in spiritual formation. We operate a well networked small group ministry, we offer a number of resources to deepen your personal devotional life, and we offer engaging sermon series on a seasonal basis.
Lead by Spiritual Leaders
Church school now finishes for holidays and will resume on ZOOM on Sunday January 9th, 2022 at 11:00 a.m.
Are you a child interested in attending church school? Please contact Rev'd Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know your full name, age, school grade and address.
Here is the link to our zoom gathering:
Topic: Church School
Meeting ID: 830 1875 1146
Lead by Rev. Karen Hatch