Week of Events
Exploring the Epistle to the Hebrews (Hybrid) April 24th - May 22nd Conveners: Tom Jones Location: B 104 / 106 The Epistle to the Hebrews has been described as the “mystery” of the New Testament because so many questions surround its composition, author, and reception. Despite its obscure origins, Hebrews has long been valued by the church and […]
Creation, Climate Change and Hope: What We Can Do as People of Faith (Hybrid) April 24th - May 22nd Conveners: Craig and Terri Pendergrast Location: B 112 This series will address the consequences of climate change and how we go about dealing with them in the context of faith. It will include discussion of theological, […]
Sunday Funnies (Hybrid) May 1st - 15th Conveners: Allen Spetnagel and Brian Reed Location: B 108 Most people are acquainted with comics characters through their Sunday newspaper or through popular movies about superheroes. Comics, however, are a diverse medium. So, why talk about them at church? Comics can convey poetry, spark activism, and record history […]
Connections: Christianity and the MetaVerse: Will we find God in the coming digital universe? (in-person)
Christianity and the MetaVerse: Will we find God in the coming digital universe? (in-person) May 1st - 15th Conveners: Lucy Crosswell Location: The Loft Not satisfied with your life in this universe? Then invent, design, or let someone design another, partly physical, partly virtual, one, for you – in the metaverse. This is a revolutionary project, […]
Join us in Williams Hall after worship for an opportunity to celebrate our Interim Pastor, Rev. Kim Clayton. This will be an opportunity to say good bye and thank you for Rev. Clayton's service to Trinity over the past 2 years.
The Inner View: Where Knowledge Meets the Life of the Spirit March 10th and 17th, April 21st and 28th, May 5th and 12th 7PM on Zoom In the inaugural presentation of Trinity's Kittrell Lecture Series, speaker Krista Tippett shared what she's learned interviewing her guests, asking all kinds of questions about their journey toward becoming. […]