- Pub Theology is back this year with another series of interesting topics for discussion. All are welcome to join in the conversation on the third Wednesday of each month at The Black Dog Freehouse (downstairs in the Underdog) at 104 St. and 82 Ave. 7:00 to 9:00PM.
Jan. 16: What does a Christian look like?, Feb. 20: Is Ghosting people okay? #askPaul, Mar. 20: Talking about politics AND religion, Apr. 17: Who even has time to think about God?!
- Thursday AM Study Group: We have just completed our “Simply Christian” DVD study and will be starting a new study on January 10th, 2019. Check back here for more details soon.
- Young Adults: Join us every second Monday at 7PM for a group discussion and study. Currently we are looking at the book of Job. Text or email Clark for location details email@example.com or 587-335-7428.
- Speaker Series: Please join us for an exciting and enlightening lecture-discussion series on monthly Saturday mornings at Holy Trinity. 30 minute lecture followed by 30 minutes of discussion. Refreshments provided. 11am to 12pm in the Upper Hall. Jan. 12: The “Jesus Prayer” in Russian Orthodox Spirituality (Heather Coleman), Feb. 9: Social Justice and Trinitarian Theology (Clark Hardy), Mar. 9: Celtic Prayer for Busy People (Jane Samson), Apr. 13: How to Get to Heaven or How the Heavens Go: Science and Religion in the Age of Galileo (Lesley Cormack)
- After Dark: Sex Salon: Join us for this adult-only, three part speaker series as we explore the relationship between sexuality, faith and our understanding of God. Each evening will run 1 hour – a 30 minute talk followed by 30 minutes of dialogue, featuring speakers from ministerial, feminist and LGBTQ+ backgrounds. Enjoy a libation, open your mind, and get ready to talk about sec at church. Jan. 19: God, Poetry, and Sex: This After Dark salon will use a creative component to help find words to express the relationship between God and sex. After brainstorming the differences between erotic desire and love, participants will be invited to create, contemplate and ultimately name a metaphoric object. This session will be interactive, honest, uninhibited, and fun, so please consider joining us on Jan 19th at 7 pm in the Upper Hall of Holy Trinity Anglican Church. Facilitated by Margaret Macpherson.
Mar. 15: Sexual Ethics: Consent, Care, and Concern
- Book Study: Join us for a book study and discussion of Brian McLaren and Tony Campolo, Adventures in Missing the Point! We’ll meet every 2 weeks on Saturdays at 10:00AM starting February 9th. For more information, contact David Arndt firstname.lastname@example.org, 780-996-5814). The order for books has already been placed, but you are still welcome to order your own book and join the study. An ebook version is also available to borrow from the EPL.