Education

Parish Forum

Grace & Holy Trinity Church’s Parish Forum is open to all and held on the first Sunday of each month. The Parish Forum will continue with a representative from St. Andrew’s School on Sunday, January 8th. St. Andrew’s School is a tuition-free Episcopal school focused on the whole child. Its vision is to create an environment that empowers students and their families to achieve success in their lives. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming forum guests for upcoming forums on February 5th and March 5th.

Future Parish Forum Dates

  • Sunday, February 5, 2023 – The Rev. Charles Joy on An Experienced Epiphany
    On Sunday, February 5th, at 9:30 a.m., The Rev. Charles Joy will share about an epiphany event that initiated  a major change in the direction of his life, bringing him to seminary, ordination, and eventually life as a priest in the Episcopal Church. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming forum guests on March 5th and April 2nd.
  • Sunday, March 5, 2023 – Topic and Speaker TBA
  • Sunday, April 2, 2023 – Topic and Speaker TBA

Previous Parish Forums

The Parish Forum topic in January was given by representatives from St. Andrew’s School on Sunday, January 8th regarding ways that Grace & Holy Trinity can continue to support our neighboring Episcopal school. St. Andrew’s School is a tuition-free Episcopal school, in Oregon Hill, focused on the whole child. Its vision is to create an environment that empowers students and their families to achieve success in their lives.

Thank you to The Rev. Dr. Sarah Kye Price for discussing the history, meaning, and liturgical symbolism of Advent during our Parish Forum on Sunday, December 4th, 2022.

On Sunday, November 6th, Associate Rector Paul Evans shared about his faith journey and call to ordained ministry during the parish forum in between the 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services in the Parish Hall.

Paul discussed his Summer 2008 pilgrimage during which he sailed from Bodo, Norway to Cork, Ireland on a 44 foot schooner that included a stop at Iona, the small island in the Inner Hebrides where St. Columba brought Christianity to the British Isles in 563 A.D.

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