What Is Trinity School?
Trinity School is designed to foster growing into Christ’s likeness through Christian study. Courses, workshops, and lectures are offered each spring, summer, and fall, following the liturgical calendar. Courses typically last a few weeks and are offered in a range of spiritual, theological, and practical topic areas. Workshops are intensive, two-part classes on specific topics, such as the Liturgical Calendar or How to Read Your Bible. Lectures are one-time events that welcome speakers from within the Trinity community and greater Atlanta area, as well as well-known speakers on a topic. New courses, workshops, and lectures are offered each term; find one you’re interested in and check it out.
Why Should I Consider Trinity School?
One of the four core pillars of Trinity’s mission as a church is Christian formation. Trinity School offers opportunities to engage with teaching on theological concepts, study a book of the Bible in-depth, or participate in a hands-on workshop on topics relevant to life and faith.
Who Attends Trinity School?
Trinity School is open to anyone who is interested in studying a specific theological topic, exploring Anglicanism, or understanding the Bible more. Childcare may be provided at some events; check with the event organizer.
Where Is Trinity School?
Trinity School is held on both the East and Westside parishes.
When Is Trinity School?
Trinity School classes are offered each fall, spring, and summer, and usually, are held on weeknight evenings.
How Do I Get Started?
Class offerings and registration details for upcoming sessions are posted on the website and in the News & Events flyer. For more information, reach out to Ashley Mathews, the Trinity Education Pastor. To listen to previous Trinity School talks (as available), check out the Trinity Podcast.
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