Classes

Trinity Episcopal Church in Warsaw hosts two different types of Bible Study, a Book Group, and a Theological Open Mic. When we need to, we also hold a Confirmation, Reception & Reaffirmation Class.

Trinity is growing and changing, and is happy to add more classes on various subjects and held at various times as needed in the future.

At A Glance

  • Intro Bible Study: 2nd Wednesday of the month, 2pm, at Vertical Cafe.
  • Beyond the Basics Bible Study: 2nd Sunday of the month, 12 noon, Trinity Church Parish Hall.
  • New Age Book Study: 3rd Wednesdays, 4pm, Warsaw Village Library’s Downstairs Tables.
  • Pub Theology: 1st Wednesdays, 5:30pm, the Amber Lantern Brewing Company.

More Detail

Our Intro Bible Study, also advertised as our Community Bible Study, held on the 2nd Wednesdays of the month at 2pm at Vertical Cafe (18 W. Buffalo St, Warsaw) is geared toward adults who haven’t been to church in a while (or ever), and people who have questions about God, Christianity, and the Bible that they don’t have satisfying answers for. This is an introductory course and it cycles through six sessions, a sort of Reader’s Digest of the life and times of Jesus. You can find out more here.

Our New Age Book Study, held 3rd Wednesdays (starting in March 2019) at 4pm at the Warsaw Village Library’s Downstairs Tables is geared toward adults who still haven’t found what they’re looking for. Seekers, skeptics, liberals, left-leaning, spiritual but not religious. For more information, and which book we’re reading now, go here.

Our Beyond the Basics Bible Study, also advertised as our Sunday Bible Study, held on the 2nd Sunday of the month at Noon in Trinity Church’s Parish Hall, is geared toward adult members of the church who want to go deeper than a weekly sermon or an introductory course, in a safe space where they can ask questions, share observations, and discover how God is speaking to them, today. You can find out more here.

Both Bible Studies are liberal-leaning, progressively Christian, filled with the cultural context of the people who first wrote and read the ancient text, and are safe spaces where everyone gathered can express questions, confusion, anger, concerns, hope, relief, and joy. Everyone is welcome to either study, and children are always welcome to tag along. The Book Study is similar in almost every regard, except that the books we read will be slightly less ancient.

Pub Theology is our newest offering and so far our only evening offering. It provides a space for adults to enjoy a beverage of their choice, perhaps fried things covered in cheese, to muse about the big questions, and wrestle with the contradictions of our reality in a comfortable environment.

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