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Trinity offers an abundance of adult formation opportunities throughout the week in which we explore our faith through prayer, study, and fellowship. Through these groups, we grow in our faith as a community seeking to understand more deeply how to love God and love our neighbor to make a difference in the world. 

Sunday Adult Forum/Parents in Conversation


The Cherokee Nation and Christianity

May 21, 28, and June 4 


with James Bradley

Trinitarian James Bradley is a member of the Cherokee nation, and he will lead us in better understanding the intersection of the Cherokee and religious beliefs, including the Christian faith. Along the way, he will review the history of the Eastern Band, first contact, shrinkage of the land base, removal, and the aftermath. He will review the various religious groups that made missions within the Cherokee and the effects on traditional beliefs. He will move to show how the band went from a small farming community to an economic powerhouse, the current role of Christianity, language preservation, land purchases, and the future of the Tribe. 

Recordings of Previous Adult Forums

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Other Opportunities for Adults

Other Adult Opportunities
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The Rector’s Online Bible Study

Thursdays at 7:00p.


Bring the beverage/refreshments of your choice to the Zoom screen as we consider how God works in our lives and this world through scripture study. We are currently studying the parables of Jesus.


The Women’s Bible Study

Tuesdays from 9:30a to 11:00a

Conference Room and via Zoom.


Rev. Amy Peterson is leading this study; all women are invited to attend. For information, contact Robyn McNeal (


Trekking in the 828

In 2021 TREKKING IN THE “828” was started for our older parishioners consisting of day trips to nearby sites. The objectives were threefold:

  • Offer opportunities for parishioners over 65 to meet and interact socially with new and long-term members of the Parish

  • Offer Senior parishioners a chance to get out and about on fun and educational experiences during and after Covid

  • Provide opportunities to learn more about our community and the region, in group events with transportation provided

The program has been well received and continues for those parishioners 55 and older. Most “treks” limit the number of participants, some have entrance or guide fees, depending on what is planned. Sign-up is required and handled by Jo Rice’s office at Trinity. Details will be announced in the Parish Friday newsletter online and in Sunday bulletins for
several weeks prior to each “trek”.

If you have any questions, please call Mary Bruce or Steve Woody at (828) 274-0530 or e-mail at



2nd Chapter Book Group



This traditional ladies' book group meets at 10 am on the 2nd Thursday of even-numbered months to discuss current books of interest (fiction and non-fiction). The next meeting will be June 8, the book: The Stars are Fire by Anita Shreve

Daughters of the King


The Order of the Daughters of the King is a national order and we have an active group for
women at Trinity. We meet once a month, usually on Sunday after church, and our mission is to
extend Christ’s Kingdom through prayer, service, and evangelism. We do book studies, and service projects and offer prayers for our church members and for any special requests. Our members volunteer for many different programs at the church. Any woman interested in joining or inquiring is invited to contact Nancy McCorkle at or 912-224-5387. We welcome anyone who wants to attend one of our meetings or who would like to join as a member.


Trinity Caregivers’ Group 

Second Friday of the Month by Zoom   


We welcome all who care for a loved one or loved ones (local or at a distance) who is/are diagnosed with some form of dementia. We discuss particular challenges and share our experiences. Dr. Corkie Morrill (retired geropsychologist) and Peggy Buchanan (retired deacon and nurse) facilitate the group. Open to all Trinitarians.

Call or email Corkie Morrill (828-684-3972) or

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