Trinity Commons Programs

As a spiritual extension of the church, Trinity Commons offers resources and high-quality programs for our community—residents and visitors of all ages and backgrounds. While in-person activities are suspended as we seek to do our part to help contain the spread of the coronavirus, we are offering a number of online classes and events, including movie nights, fitness classes, book talks, art workshops, academic support for youth, cooking classes, and more.

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Fall 2020 Fitness and Healthy Cooking Classes

September 21–December 18, 2020 | Online via Webex Trainings

Fall 2020 FitnessJoin Trinity and Gym Kelly Fitness for free online health and wellness classes this fall! Starting September 21, these sessions are a chance to meet new people and offer ways to have healthy fun with friends and family in an accessible, inclusive format. Pick from aerobics, healthy cooking, and bilingual yoga classes offered multiple times a week. For questions, email Terrell L. Moody at

Healthy Cooking with Alicia Lusardi

Sundays, September 27-December 13 | 5-6pm 
A 1-hour class in the kitchen with a registered dietician and healthy cooking chef who will teach participants to shop, clean, prep, and cook healthy family meals, with a new meal for every class.

Want to cook in real-time with the class? Download ingredients and recipes below.

Living Room Aerobics with Alex Cercis

Wednesdays, September 30-December 9 | 6-6:45pm 
A 45-minute class in which participants will learn and perform exercises that will help increase cardiovascular health.

Chair Yoga with Lily Acosta

Mondays, September 21-December 14 | 9-9:30am 
A 30-minute online workout designed for those who want all the benefits of yoga but have limited mobility to perform the traditional poses or prefer to participate while seated.



Understanding Stress and the Importance of Resiliency

Starting July 21, 2020, 12-1pm

Trinity Commons Stress WorkshopsLearn about different types of stress and your response system to gain a better understanding of self-regulation, responding to others, and the impact of compassion in this one-hour webinar. Compassion for one another, one of Trinity’s Core Values, can create healing and community impact. For questions, email Cortnie Yeoman-Vargas at

  • Thursday, October 29, 2020, 12-1pm EDT - Register
  • Thursday, November 5, 2020, 12-1pm EST - Register
  • Thursday, December 3, 2020, 12-1pm EST - registration coming soon


Re-Creating/Re-Imagining Ourselves 

Transitions, Resilience, and Healing through the Holidays

Mondays, November 16, 23; December 7, 14; January 4, 11; 6-7:30pm EST, online

This has been a year of great change, loss, and transition in our work, family, and community life.  As we approach the holidays and the new year we may need to re-imagine not only our celebrations, but also continue to re-create ourselves and our daily living in these challenging times. Join Jessica Heller of Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute (PSI) for these six interactive support sessions using the creative process to help heal body, mind, and spirit, as we explore together our sense of identity, presence, resilience, and our vision for what’s next.

Where is My Identity Living Now?

  • November 16: All About Me: My Unfolding Story of Losses and Gains Register
  • November 23: Family Re-imagined & Thanksgiving: Holding on to the Gift of Gratitude Register

Re-creating: The Power of Play, Presence, and Possibilities

  • December 7: Letting Go and Living in the Moment Register
  • December 14: Holiday Healing: Simplicity & Personal Presence (Presents) Register

Re-Imagining Ourselves—Resilience and What’s Next

  • January 4: Not Knowing and the Power of Imagination in Healing Register
  • January 11: Visioning, Choice, Creativity, and Community for the New Year Register

The series is free. No art experience is needed to participate but you may want to have some supplies on hand:

  • Blank unlined drawing pad or sketch book for journaling and creative arts activities. Preferably about 9"x12".  (Can also be created if needed from about 15 sheets of copy paper clipped, stapled, or hole punched and tied together.)
  • Colored pencils and/or markers, or crayons.
  • Scissors, glue stick/scotch tape.
  • Any other materials needs will be sent a few days before each class and can likely be found around the house. 

For more information about this series, contact Terrell Moody at


Trinity Commons Knowledge Bites

Beginning September 29, 12-1pm

Trinity Commons Knowledge Bites offer accessible and engaging conversations and learning opportunities for all ages on a range of topics, such as immigration, education, mindfulness, and healthy aging. Join us for these one hour webinars. And, share your interests with us for future programs. For questions, email Damali Lewis at

  • Stay tuned for more dates!


General information

  • Events are free. Registration is open and rolling.
  • Participation is at your own risk, and waivers may be required for participation. Depending on the workshop or class, these waivers may be available during registration or they may be emailed to you after you register.
  • Events are not faith-based, although you are invited to check out our worship and parish life events as well.
  • Trinity-hosted classes are accessed via the Webex platform. Please follow this link to download Webex Meetings to your computer. For help downloading the application, click here.