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Largely self-governed, they meet weekly without a leader, much in the way the first century house churches met. Some groups have met since , and all welcome new members for an evening of talk, study, prayer and community. There is a very strong trend dating from the introduction of the Boys Choir in the nineteenth century to involve children in the services, supplementing Sunday Schools and special events.
Children join the professional choirs of Men and Boys and Men and Girls, who sing at both the and services. There are acolyte programs at both the and services for boys, girls, young adults, and adults. The children also gather around the Communion Table as the priest consecrates the bread and the wine. This has made a huge difference in the way children view Trinity.
They are engaged in the service that is going on around them. Taking our daily life as the starting point for a Bible study can help us discover how the books of the Bible are bringing answers for us today. Questions from family life, politics, or business, they all have a place in our faith life. Bible study at Trinity is offered in many forms.
Some are targeted towards young adults, some meet in an early morning group, some are for the laity in general meeting after church, and there are also laity-led evening groups house churches. The hour-long spontaneous discussion surrounds the reading of the Gospel passage for the coming Sunday. Typically, 8 to 12 men attend each session, which opens and ends with prayers.
Newcomers are welcome. No advance notice needed. Coffee, donuts and bagels available. Or call Joe at The Rev. A traveling form of Bible Study occurred in May of when Rector Luk de Volder led a group of Trinity parishioners to the Holy Land — with each person carrying a bible to compare the land with the Gospel. It was a moving experience and and educational one as well.
Some of the most popular services involve special events for children.
Lights, costumes, music and children all combine for a sweet, spiritual, and moving interpretation of the Nativity story. Children narrate the story, and the congregation joins in singing beloved Christmas hymns. Another popular service is the blessing of the animals. People bring their pets and farm animals to Trinity for a special service. Twice-annual Parish meetings provide an opportunity for Church School children to socialize while their parents meet and discuss church business.
Lunch, entertainment and supervision are provided. Other special events for families to share are scheduled throughout the year. Watch for announcements in periodic editions of Still Small Voice and weekly eNews. In addition to clergy led bible study and laity led house churches, Trinity often holds weekly adult education programs on various topics from Trinity has over 16 living book authors among its members, and Lecturers are often drawn from the parishioners.
It is no wonder that guest lecturers often express surprise at the audience size and the quality of our questions. Youth groups are a vital part of Trinity. Friendships made in Trinity youth groups in the s last until today. Our many outreach programs also appeal to young people committed to social action. Fiona McIntosh. Bye Bye Baby. Fields of Gold.
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