Small Groups & Classes
Journeys is a systematic overview of Hebrew Scripture, Christian Testament, and the early Christian movement, as participants explore the journeys – physical and spiritual – our ancestors in faith have embarked upon over thousands of years. Participants will reflect on their own faith journeys, as we seek connection with each other and God through study, community and theological reflection. Canon Educator Mary Sicilia and Jewish educator Jan Rabinowitch are the co-creators and facilitators of Journeys and lead six plenary sessions; participants will meet weekly in small groups for reflection and discussion.
NEXT CLASS-Fall 2016: Dancing with Sacred Images of Our Past-Honoring Our Sacred Dance Heritage. Tuesdays, October 4-December 6 (no class November 8 and 22), 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Kempton Hall. In this class, we will explore dances of religious and sacred folk traditions, with special emphasis on their meaning for our world. The presence of the labyrinth will guide our steps as we celebrate the Holy Seasons, including dances for Advent and Christmas. Our Carol Dancing Celebration on December 6, the Feast of Saint Nicholas, is open to all.
TRAIN (Trinity Racial Awareness/Information Network)