Sunday Classes & Forums
Week By Week With Paul
Sundays thru November 19, 9:00 a.m., Stearns Library
Led by Dean Nathan LeRud. Every week we hear a short excerpt from a New Testament epistle (letter) in our Sunday worship – not just in the Episcopal Church, but in churches around the world who share the common lectionary. Many of these ancient letters are attributed to Paul, one of the most important leaders and theologians in the earliest days of the Christian movement. This course will look at each’s Sunday’s Epistle reading in its original context as we work our way, chapter by chapter, through two of Paul’s epistles: first the Epistle to the Philippians (his happiest and most joyful letter) from September 24-October 15, and then the First Epistle to the Thessalonians, quite possibly the earliest text preserved in the New Testament, from October 24-November 19. Join us – Bibles will be available, but you are also encouraged to bring your own!
The Color of Law: Nature or Nurture?
Sundays thru November 26, 9:00 a.m., Morrison Room
Led by David Barnes. WE look at history and policy that shaped the country, state, and city in which we live by using the new book The Color of Law.
Sunday, November 19, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Morrison Room
TRAIN welcomes speakers from IRCO, the Immigration and Refugee Community Organization. Join us to learn about IRCO’s work and the state of Iraqi’s refugees who came to the US after the war. Delicious finger foods prepared by Jennifer Wiant.
Sunday, November 19, after the 10:00 a.m. service, Stearns Library
Please join us for a special Welcome Reception. All visitors, newcomers, new members, and your children are invited. Meet other church members and find out more about the Cathedral and why we call Trinity our spiritual home. Questions? Newcomer Ministry members have a green dot on their name tags.