No matter where you are in your faith journey, our church has a program to suit you.
Christian Formation at GHTC
Christian formation simply refers to the process of becoming more like Christ, and this is something we do in community.
To examine faith formation is to ask how we are growing and maturing in our faith. Jesus called people to follow him. This implies we’re going somewhere on the journey of faith. Paul, in his letters, talks about Christ being formed in us, implying we are to mature spiritually. There are countless ways to grow spiritually, with some ways seeming to fit some of us better than others.
One of our hopes at Grace and Holy Trinity is to help you — wherever you may be on your journey — learn how you are being called to grow and mature.
What we offer:
- Formation Groups
- Studies and Forums
- Leadership Training
Adult Formation Resource Guide
We invite you to read our current Guide for Fall 2021: September – November. In it you will find:
- An idea of what formation is
- An outline of what adult formation looks like at GHTC
- A guide to creating a small group
- Basic guidelines for groups to follow
- Recommended readings & resources
- Potential staff offerings
- A list of our current groups and how to get involved
Our Current Formation Groups
Art & Faith: A gathering centered at the intersection of faith and the arts. Open Group. Monthly Meetings.
Spirited Sisters: Women from the church and beyond who enjoy fellowship over good food and a good drink. Open Group. Monthly Meetings.
Wednesday Night Group: Meetings that began during COVID but continue to meet with a focus on connecting during difficult times and learning together.
Closed Group (Opens each semester). Weekly Meetings.
The Foyer Group: A gathering to connect with each other over a good meal. Open Group. Monthly Meetings.
Spirited Sisters Book Club: Women who meet to discuss an eclectic selection of books. Open Group. Monthly meetings.
Would you like to join a group? Have an idea for a group? They are still forming!