Wednesday Evenings - 6:15 p.m. (following the 5:15 Eucharist)
THE HISTORY OF TRINITY CATHEDRAL
On four Wednesday evenings, beginning January 15, our own Michael McNeely, who is historiographer of the Diocese and President of the diocesan Standing Committee, will offer a series of reflections on the history of our Cathedral, in the context of the times from 1884 until the present. He will try to pinpoint our “DNA,” or essential nature, by examining the founding of the Cathedral; the Bishops of Arkansas; clerical and lay leaders of the Cathedral; the influence of developments in the Church and the larger society; our social image and social reality; and financial ups and downs, among other topics. The class will provide an opportunity for useful self-reflection, in advance of the new Dean’s arrival later in the year.
A soup supper will be available in Morrison Hall each of these Wednesdays, from 5:45 to 6:15, following the 5:15 Eucharist. The class will run from 6:15 to 7:15.
Sunday Mornings - Classes held between the 9:00 & 11:15 services
10:15 - 11:00 a.m.
A Sunday Bible study and discussion group. Our topics change with the seasons.
The group will start reading the Gospel of John on January 12th and will complete on February 23, before Shrove Tuesday and the start of Lent. Bishop Curry will be challenging us to “Read the Bible together” and we intend to do so.
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 Jan. 12 Living the Questions will host an 8 week study by Rev. Adam Hamilton entitled “Christianity’s Family Tree.”
If you’ve wondered what other Christians believe and why, you are invited to participate in this unique and inspiring exploration of eight Christian denominations and their history and faith traditions. Classes will be held in the Conference Room at 10:15 and include videos and opportunities for questions and discussion. All are invited!