Adult Formation

Adult Formation

  • Holy Trinity Presents: 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. 11: Heather Coleman: Thinking about Religious Autobiography in Imperialist Russia
    Feb. 8: Clark Hardy: Trinitarian Theology and Living a Worthwhile Life
    Mar. 14: Christ’s Passion, as told through music – exploring the rich history of musical settings of the Passion – from before Bach through the 21st century
    April: 18: Chris Pappas
    May 16: Lesley Cormack: The English Reformation. From the Break with Rome to true Protestantism
  • Uppity Women of the Bible: Beginning January 7th, 2019 @ 10:30AM. In seven engaging sessions Rev. Danielle takes us on an enlightening journey through the Book of Ruth. This is a lively and thoughtful examination through an amazing video series led by the Rev. Dr. Lisa Wolfe as we consider the vulnerability of widows and the difficult situation of foreigners in biblical times. We will explore themes of loyalty, bitterness, courage, poverty, and seduction. What really happened on the threshing room floor?!? Combining humour and careful scholarship, this study invites you to re-read the book with new insight and understanding for all its characters, especially the intelligent, confident – even uppity- heroine Ruth.
  • Discussion Group: What does it actually look like, practically speaking, to live out the Kingdom of God when we’re shopping, budgeting, watching the news, visiting friends or family, or engaging in other ordinary activities in our lives? Join us for a bi-weekly discussion group on Saturday mornings at 10 AM starting January 11th in the office commons area, as we discuss Adrian Peetoom’s Everyone: Love Your Neighbour, with poems and visual art provided by Gerald S. Maur. Electronic copies will be provided to participants. For more information, contact David Arndt (arndtd@gmail.com or 780-996-5814).