Are you curious to explore the mystery of God and the generous Christianity we practice here at Trinity Church Boston?
This class will help you journey more deeply into God, Jesus, the Bible, the Church, and things that matter. The class invites your questions about faith, and is created for all seekers—those who are unfamiliar with basic Episcopal and Christian beliefs and tenets, those who have been church-damaged, or those who haven't examined their faith in a long time. Various students have called this "a class with no judgments," and "a class of immense impact, allowing me to move closer into relationship with God that feels freeing."
In lectures and small group discussions led by trained facilitators, this class explores the basics of the Christian faith as it is lived out at Trinity Boston. The lectures are given by the Rev. Bill Rich, Vicar and Senior Associate for Christian Formation, as well as other Trinity clergy. We share meals, pray together, and get to know one another and our faith community better as we journey more deeply into life in Christ. Current parishioner or passing pilgrim—all are welcome.
The class meets at Trinity Church Boston once a week on Sunday mornings across a two-month span and includes a daylong off-site retreat.
Lay Leader: Ruth Knopf