From September-June, we offer a 9:00 am forum in our parish hall. This is a time to learn, hear new perspectives, and be offered a space for deep formation in community. Come and join us, pour yourself a cup of coffee, and settle in for some wonderful offerings.
May 7 – Amy Tighe: Community Biochar:
Reversing Climate Change with Local Solutions
Amy Tighe is a graduate student at the Episcopal Divinity School. She is on a mission to educate about practical action for the climate. In her talk, she will discuss resources for this journey to a sustainable future, and demonstrate how to use them.
May 14 Forum (in the Undercroft): “History and Purpose of the Labyrinth” Shirley Blancke will give a brief summary of the history and purpose of the labyrinth, after which we will all have an opportunity to walk an actual labyrinth, set up in the Undercroft, while listening to the sound of meditative music. You can spend as little as half an hour or walk for longer, if you wish. Please be prepared to remove your shoes while walking the canvas labyrinth. Invite friends and neighbors too!
May 21 – Carol Brady:
Christian Formation in an Ever Changing World
Carol Brady is Director of Christian Formation of Children & Youth at Trinity. In this forum she will lead a discussion on Christian Formation in the fast-changing world we live in. We’ll look at the past and current trends in church school and youth groups at Trinity, and explore the challenges we are facing today in meeting the spiritual needs of families pulled in so many different directions. Is it time to realign our role, redirect our energies, and look for new ways to support faith formation in the daily life of a family, a child, a youth, an adult?
May 28—No Forum, Memorial Day weekend
Sunday Forum Survey
Click here to see the results of our 2016 Sunday forum survey.