Wednesday Evenings - 6:00 p.m. (following the 5:15 Eucharist)
Conference Room, 6:00-7:15, Childcare available in the nursery
Led by Dr. Chris Keller, for any adults who are preparing for baptism, confirmation or reception, or are curious about God, or are puzzled by faith, or are new to Trinity, or just want to come.
February 27: Old Covenant
March 6: No class (Ash Wednesday)
March 20: New Covenant
March 27: The Creeds
April 3: The Bible
April 10: The Church
April 17: The Ministry
April 24: Prayer and Worship
May 1: The Sacraments
May 8: Baptism and Eucharist
May 15: Hope
Sunday Mornings - Classes held between the 9:00 & 11:15 services
10:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Each week the Dean or a guest speaker will host an informal discussion on a theological topic or highlighting a ministry of the church. Free breakfast is served beginning at 10:00.
3 - No Class/ Cheer from Here for the Little Rock Marathon
10 - Dr. Robert Williamson "The Book of Esther as Resistance to Ethnic Nationalism"
17 - Dean Keller "Liturgical Trial Use and Being a Cathedral"
24 - Dean Keller "Liturgical Trial Use: Background Theological Considerations"
31 - Dean Keller "SUMMA: What it is, Why I do it, and Who might want to try it"
7 - Marcia Wayland & Meghan McCain "Education for Ministry"
10:15 - 11:00 a.m.
A Sunday Bible study and discussion group. Our topics change with the seasons.
Starting January 6 we will be accepting Presiding Bishop Curry’s’ challenge by reading the book of Romans during Epiphany 2019. Romans shares Paul’s attempt to explain how this new expression of faith is rooted in Judaism but is available to all of humanity. As Paul writes to the new community of Christians in Rome, he explores the concepts of salvation, the power of God, and grace. Many biblical scholars consider Romans to be Paul’s most important theological treatise. We look forward to this challenge from Bishop Curry and invite all who are interested to join us.
March 24 - Begin a discussion on the Gospel of John
Living the Questions
10:15 - 11:00 a.m.
Living the Questions offers participants a way to explore ways to apply scripture and tradition to everyday life and current events. Class discussion is encouraged, but not required for those who choose to listen.
Beginning on February 24 through April 14 (Palm Sunday) LTQ will host a study entitled “Embracing the Prophets in Contemporary Culture” based on the work of Dr. Walter Brueggemann, America’s foremost Old Testament scholar and theologian. This study, facilitated by George Harper, provides an opportunity to see these mysterious Old Testament characters.