MONDAY BIBLE STUDY: 11:00am, Lewis Hall
WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY: 11:30am, Lewis Hall
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL: Sundays at 10:30am, Parish Hall
Sunday School isn’t just for kids! Holy Trinity member Jack Bottomley teaches Sunday School classes for adults immediately following 9:00am service (approximately 10:30am), and it ends at 11:10am for those who want to attend the 11:15am service. Currently they are on a summer break, and they'll resume in the fall. Questions? Call the church office (321-723-5272).
COLORING THE SCRIPTURES: Tuesdays at 11:00am, Lewis Hall
Did you know that coloring relieves stress? Studies have shown that much like meditation, coloring can work as a calming tool and a means of relaxation. Coloring utilizes both sides of the brain and can enhance focus and concentration. In other words, coloring isn’t just for kids! Join Rev. Meghan for a stress-free hour of coloring the scriptures. We will open with a brief devotion, and prayer requests will be offered at the close. All materials as well as a snack will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own coloring materials as well. Questions? Email Rev. Meghan.
WHOLE CHURCH FAMILY NIGHT (WCFN): Wednesday Evenings
WCFN, Holy Trinity's mid-week program, offers a variety of faith formation options for all ages, along with a delicious meal, music and worship! For the full schedule and more details, visit the WCFN page.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING: 3rd Tuesday at 10:00am, Lewis Hall
The Daughters of the King (DOK) is an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church. Members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. By reaffirmation of the promises made at Confirmation, a Daughter pledges herself to a lifelong program of prayer, service and evangelism, dedicated to the spread of Christ’s Kingdom and the strengthening of the spiritual life of her parish. The Holy Trinity chapter of DOK meets at 10:00am in Lewis Hall on the third Tuesday of every month. Contact: Dinah Beverley
Cursillo is a movement in The Episcopal Church designed to deepen the spiritual life and bring about Christian involvement in daily activities through participation in a 3-day gathering. It is conducted with 15 talks, 5 meditations and Eucharist each day. The Post Cursillo or “Fourth Day” is to assist your continued study, prayer and growth. Contact: Chuck Pierce Sr.
Our library collection is comprised of an excellent reference collection featuring major commentaries such as the New Interpreters Bible. The circulating collection contains popular and scholarly works, and is located in the Church Narthex, the Book Nook in the Parish Hall, and in Lewis Hall. Many of the books in the collection are donations. Contact: Susan Mann