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.
Inspiring the Moral Imagination
The Sermon on the Mount is one of the most easily recognized portions of the New Testament. It contains the much-loved Beatitudes, the so-called “Summary of the Law”, the Lord’s Prayer, and well-known pithy moral aphorisms, such as “turn the other cheek” and “judge not lest ye be judged.”
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.
Rev'd Dan Graves
OK, we’ve done lots of topics, some fun, some reminiscing, some about growing personally, some about growing food! This coming COVAID Gathering is about experience. Many of us grew up in an era where somehow there was a divide between religion and science, like they were worlds apart and didn’t connect. Perhaps faith-based and faith-less might be a simplistic way to share the difference. While we know it wasn’t quite that way, it is now changing at breakneck speed as creation stories get adjusted by science research and scientists now question the very existence of the universe, realizing that merely observing the universe changes it.
Doug Leitch & Cathy Gross
Progressive Christianity Group
Starting April 12th at 7:30 pm our Progressive Christianity group will be meeting on Zoom to discuss the book "Love Wins" by Rob Bell.
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.
For Kids ~ JK to Grade 4
Join us for a lively, interactive Online Zoom Bible story time together. If any grandparents have visiting grandkids, this is for you, too!!