Friday Study Group

Our weekly bible study group meets on Fridays from 10:15 to 11:45 at Queen’s Court (someone will greet you at the door).  New members are always welcome.  Contact the church office or Beth to find out what chapter we are on.  The group will resume on Friday, September 20.

This Fall, we are studying Anne Lamott’s book Almost Everything: Notes on Hope. In this funny yet profound book, Lamott explores how we find a hope that can sustain us amid all the frustrations of everyday life.  Her book will offer us an opening to explore our own faith journeys and the places we find grace and hope as well as the frustrations.  Join us to consider such questions as:

  • What inspires hope for you?
  • How have people who irritate you changed you or helped you grow?
  • What brings you joy?
  • What does unplugging mean to you?
  • How do you release hate? and
  • What nurtures your curiosity?

Each week will have a chapter from the book to read as preparation.  If you cannot come one week, you can read the section in the book to stay connected with what the group will be talking about.  We will be placing an order for books both at the end of July and again early in September through the church.  If you would like to have us order the book for you, please contact the church office as soon as possible.  We have also put one copy of the book on reserve in the Trinity library so that those who don’t want to own their own copy can come in some time during the week to read the chapter for the week.

Upstairs Downstairs

Join us for worship on September 8 when the adults will be in the auditorium and the children and youth will be in the sanctuary.  You won’t want to miss the adventure.

Joint Summer Worship

This summer we are exploring Spiritual Practices for Abundant Living.  Check out the Worship Schedule for this week’s location.

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