Sunday Classes & Forums
Introducing the Six Spiritual Practices
Sundays, February 5 and 12, 9:00 a.m., Morrison Room. Paul Schroeder will lead a two-session class based on his forthcoming book, Practice Makes PURPOSE: Six Spiritual Practices That Will Change Your Life and Transform Your Community. The first class on February 5 will include an introduction to the first spiritual practice, Compassionate Seeing. Participants will receive two advance chapters of the forthcoming book, and will have the chance to engage with the practice of Compassionate Seeing through readings and exercises over the course of the following week. They will then reconvene on February 12 to share and discuss their experiences. Paul Schroeder is a former Greek Orthodox priest and the founder of New City Initiative, a nonprofit that helps people experiencing homelessness achieve their full human potential. Visit www.sixpractices.com.
Living Faithfully In Troubling Times
Sundays, February 5, 12, 19 and 26, 9:00 a.m., Bishop Dagwell Room. If you find yourself wondering how to live your faith with courage in a political climate that challenges our values, and want to engage that conversation with other Trinitarians, join Canon Julia McCray-Goldsmith for a gently facilitated conversation about our fears, hopes and shared values, and the possible avenues for action that may emerge from them.
Baptismal Prep Course For Families
Building the Vision
Sundays, February 12, 19 and 26, 9:00 a.m., Bishop Scott Room. Join Dean Nathan LeRud and members of Trinity's vestry as we explore the Cathedral's Strategic Vision. Week 1 (February 12) will focus on the Culture branch, as we seek to become a place of radical hospitality and welcome for all people. Week 2 (February 19) will focus on Campus as Trinity explores what a truly accessible, sacred and welcoming campus might look like. Week 3 (February 26) will focus on Currency and Continuity, putting our material and people resources to their most effective uses.