Trinity offers a variety of classes and retreats to help adults explore their faith and deepen their relationship with God and one another.
Discovery is Trinity’s primary adult education course, bringing in teachers, academics, and community leaders to speak on Sunday mornings at 10am. Each series explores a theme. Recent series have examined changing perceptions of race, explored the English Reformation, and applied the wisdom in the Old and New Testament to modern life. Learn about upcoming classes here.
On Sunday mornings at 10am, the Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones’ class, The Gospel, Times, Journal, and You, reads and discusses the editorial pages of The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, alongside the daily Gospel.
On Mondays at 1pm, the Rev. Deacon Bob Zito leads a weekly Bible study called The Broad Way.
Spirituality sessions provide opportunities to ground education in contemplative practice, with sacred poetry, meditation, journaling, reflection and prayer. There are also occasional retreats and other opportunities for community members to gather and enrich their spiritual lives collectively. Check the calendar to stay abreast of classes and gatherings throughout the year.