We are in a life-long, life-wide, and life-deep process of formation with Christ, in Christ, and to Christ.
These dinners are an opportunity to get better acquainted with the history, values, and shepherds of Holy Trinity Church. They provide a casual space to ask questions, connect, and discover what God is up to.
Throughout the different seasons of the Church year, formation classes are offered before our Sunday service at 1:15-2:15pm. They provide opportunities to deepen your understanding of God and the Christian life in conversation with others. Formation classes go through a yearly rhythm of studying foundation themes in the Bible, exploring relevant topics in the Christian life, and discussing books that draw us deeper into the life of God and service to the world.
Each year a trained spiritual director from Holy Trinity Church guides a small group of people on a nine-month journey through St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises. They use Larry Warner’s book Journey with Jesus. It provides an opportunity for deep spiritual formation with close companions.
The Anglican tradition has rich resources for personal growth in Christ. One of those resources is ‘To Be A Christian: An Anglican Catechism.’ Adults are encouraged to read through this catechism as a supplement to their daily devotion and weekly participation in the life of the church. We also encourage people to form a personal Rule of Life (set of formational practices) appropriate to their stage and season of life.
WOMEN’S BOOK CLUB
Every month a new book is selected for reading and discussion. Monthly gatherings happen in local homes or nearby locations after a Sunday service. All are welcome to attend!