Living Our Values
Trinity Church, Manning Room
Broadway at Wall Street
During the season of Epiphany, we remember the coming of the wise men bringing gifts to the Christ child. By their actions, they reveal Jesus to the world. Join Discovery adult education class for an exploration of how our actions make known our deepest values and convictions, as we look to activists and role models who reveal how to create the world we want to live in.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Trinity began Epiphany adult education offerings with a series exploring letters from the civil rights era that resonate powerfully today. See the full schedule and watch videos of the events here.
January 28, 10am
American Values Religious Voices
How might religious values be expressed in our current political situation? This interfaith panel with Professor Shalom E. Holtz, Professor Hussein Rashid, and Trinity’s Theologian-in-Residence, Dr. Deirdre Good, will discuss their involvement in the project, American Values Religious Voices.
February 4, 10am
What’s the Story?
Presented by Pádraig Ó Tuama, community leader of Corrymeela, Northern Ireland’s oldest peace and reconciliation organization. This class will consider the art of everyday storytelling and bring that into conversation with the storytelling of the Gospels, each enlivening and enlightening the other.
February 11, 1pm
Can Christians Cultivate Disruption as a Virtue?
Presented by the Rev. Elizabeth M. Edman, author of Queer Virtue. This class will consider how “queerness” as a kind of disruption can help Christians cultivate justice in our communities and in our world.