Summer Series of "Trinity Tuesdays"

Repeats every week every Tuesday until Wed Jul 31 2024.
July 23, 2024
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Stay connected during the slower days of summer from wherever you are, meet new friends in a different setting, and explore a variety of aspects of our life of faith!  

This summer, Trinity staff will take turns facilitating four different two-week discussion groups, each on a different aspect of our life together as a parish community. Dates, topics, and facilitators are listed below. All sessions will take place via Zoom on Tuesday evenings from 7-8 pm Eastern time.

Pre-registration is required. Signups for each discussion group will remain open until one week prior to that group's start date. Friends and family from beyond Trinity are warmly welcome; each participant should register individually so that they may receive materials and Zoom links in advance. Please sign up for as many different groups as you like.

  • June 11 and 18 - with Lonsdale Koester, a discussion of the book Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Back by Diana Butler Bass. Get your summer reading off to a great start by learning how to cultivate an attitude of gratitude! 

  • July 9 and 16 - with the Rev. Brandon Ashcraft: explore the theology of the Eucharist. This August, we will hear from the Gospel of John’s “Bread of Life” discourse each Sunday in our worship. Enrich your experience of these passages by exploring the diversity of Eucharistic belief and practice in the Anglican tradition.

  • July 23 and 30 - with Colin Lynch, join in a brief exploration of our Anglican musical heritage and how the Holy Spirit continues to push our musical tradition. We will consider some of the diverse sources of music, even in our current 1982 hymnal, and will encounter music by some historically underrepresented composers who are helping us to draw a wider musical circle. Come grow your summer playlist!

  • August 13 and 20 - with the Rev. Kit Lonergan: two sessions exploring Incarnational Theology (and what it means for regular people with feelings) through music you can sing along with in the car with the windows down. Yes, you should probably listen to a few of their songs if you haven't already!   

    • August 13: A Pirate Looks at Forty: Grief and the Music of Jimmy Buffett 

    • August 20: Who's afraid of little old me?: Courage and the Music of Taylor Swift 

Register here!