Bible study meets on Wednesday mornings at 10:30am. The discussions are lively. People are welcome to come whether they can commit to regular attendance or can only poke their heads in occasionally. Everyone is encouraged to bring a bible, because we often spend time examining the different translations, and the nuances that are reflected in the different words used to convey the biblical authors’ intentions.
Each Lent a special program is also offered as a six week focus. In the past Trinity has focused on healing prayers and the theology of the laying on of hands (from which emerged our monthly healing service), the Beatitudes, C.S. Lewis’s book “The Screwtape Letters”, a critical examination of the made for television movie “Jesus of Nazareth”, and a review of Richard Neibuhr’s book “Christ & Culture”.
This year’s study will include evening prayer, meditations from Karl Rahner’s book “Encounters With Silence”, dessert, and discussion. The program will take place during Lent and Holy Week on Wednesday evenings at 7pm.