Sundays @ Trinity
Sunday Morning Programs for Adults, Children & Youth
Sundays at Trinity go beyond worship services. Throughout the year, Trinity offers forums, service projects, education for adults, children and youth, and Bible study. Our Sunday programs are deeply connected to our mission and core values and are offered to inspire and nourish the mind as well as the spirit. All programs are free and open to the public.
Trinity Forum - Select Sundays 10:10 a.m.
Offered on select Sunday's throughout the program year, the Trinity Forum is an opportunity to hear from local and national leaders in faith, ethics, art, science, education and civic engagement. Presented as an interview led by the dean, these forums inform the connections between our worship and civic life and bring the voices of community leaders into the Trinity conversation. Audience participation is always a rich part of the conversation.
Trinity holds Bible study classes that follow Jesus’ example in all things. Classes welcome participants and create meaningful connections. Various Bible study series are held on Sundays throughout the year with authentic, accepting leaders, both in-person and online. Another weekly Bible study is held on Wednesday evenings.
Trinity’s Sunday children’s programming offers a community of formation, belonging and belovedness for children and their families. From September–May, age-appropriate children’s classes provide a space for playful, nurturing, and creative exploration of faith, grounded in the traditions of The Episcopal Church and with an eye toward planting the seeds of a lifetime of faith and growth.
Trinity’s junior and senior high programs offer a community of formation, belonging and belovedness through service, companionship, fun, and spiritual growth. From September through May, Sunday morning youth group activities include small group conversations about faith and life, Bible study, service projects, retreats and social events. Youth can also join their peers from around the Diocese of Ohio, with more than 80 churches in northern Ohio, for participation in diocesan-wide youth events.