Adults & Older Youth


5 love language groups
Sundays in Lent, 9:45 am 

Jesus said, “Love one another as I have loved you.” Have you ever felt like you didn’t understand how to communicate love to someone else or them to you. This Lent we will have two Sunday morning groups which will both meet at 9:45 am.

5 Love Languages Group-Sunday, 9:45 am, Social Hall
Book by Gary Chapman the group is co-led by Pr. Fritz and Pr. Ric on the love languages

5 Love Languages of Children/Teenagers Group-Sunday, 9:45 am, 126
This group led by Deacon Jane is geared towards parents, grandparents, and guardians of children and teens using the books, The 5 Love Languages of Children/Teenagers: The Secret to Loving Children & Teens Effectively. Please order a book for yourself. On Sundays, we will have samples of the series for you to peruse in the lobby. 

Wednesday, 6:30 pm begins March 1, before midweek worship 

Based on the book The Last Week: What the Gospels Really Teach about Jesus’ Final Days in Jerusalem, by Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan. The book is a devotional book that delves into the events of Jesus’ final week and provides spiritual nourishment for our Lenten journey. Purchase a book for $10 in the church lobby. The Class will be taught by the Adult Faith Formation Team of Jean and Cort Birenbaum, Dick Detweiler, Joe and Barb Devlin, Mary Kieras and Norma Nish and will be pastorally supported by Pastor Ric. Consider joining us each Wednesday of Lent just prior to Mid-week Lenten Services.

Wednesdays, 10 am in-person in Room 125/127 or Zoom

The Bible study led by Pr. Steve Godsall-Myers will continue during Lent titled, Greatest Hits from the Bible.

Please join us – in person at Trinity or via Zoom


April 2: “What does it mean that Trinity is a Reconciling in Christ Congregation” join in a presentation by Vicar Cari and join the discussion about what it means to be a welcoming and Reconciling in Christ (RIC)congregation. 

April 16: Book Discussion: The
Personal Librarian
– Led by Pr. Bill Petry    
The Personal Librarian tells the story of an extraordinary woman, famous for her intellect, style, and wit, and shares the lengths to which she must go—for the protection of her family and her legacy—to preserve her carefully crafted white identity in the racist world in which she lives.

April 23: “What is Christian Spirituality”
Dr. Nelson Rivera of Moravian Seminary joins us for a discussion around the question: What is a healthy Christian inner life and how does a spiritual life help us deal and cope with life’s challenges, joys and sorrows?

April 30: “What is Embodied Spirituality” Dr. Rivera returns and addresses the question; How does an embodied spirituality, rooted in the means of grace, worship and longing for community impact our walk of faith? How can we experience what Luther called the “joyful exchange” of spirituality with Jesus?