Health, Wellness, and Culture

Conversations on Mental Health, tools for dialogue, the spirituality of the wilderness, and more.

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Health and Wellness in Times of Trauma and Disaster

A conversation with Trinity's Rector and Dr. Laurie Hamilton, Clinical Psychologist looking at health and wellness in times of trauma and disaster. COVID-19 is lasting longer than anyone thought and has upended our lives in numerous ways. How might we cope?

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Health and Wellness in Times of Trauma and Disaster

A conversation with Trinity's Rector and Dr. Laurie Hamilton, Clinical Psychologist looking at health and wellness in times of trauma and disaster. COVID-19 is lasting longer than anyone thought and has upended our lives in numerous ways. How might we cope?

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Spirituality in the Wilderness: Director of Camp Henry Jessi LeFiles

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Spirituality in the Wilderness: Thru-hiking the AT with High Garst

Join us for a live conversation with Trinitarian High Garst who just completed a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail as we discuss the physical and spiritual rigors and insights he encountered on a 2,000-plus mile trail.

Adult Forum: Mental Health in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join our rector Scott for an engaging conversation with a few of our mental health professionals at Trinity as they discuss strategies and practices for coping and moving forward in the midst of crisis, anxiety, and fear.

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Public Diplomacy-An Everyday Toolbox for the Church and You: Conversations with Dr. Elizabeth Colton

You can be a diplomat right where you are. And so can the Church. Join Dr. Elizabeth Colton as she opens up the toolbox for public diplomacy during our upcoming Adult Forum series over the next three weeks.

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Public Diplomacy: An Everyday Toolbox-Dr. Elizabeth Colton & the Rev. Dr Scott White in Conversation

In the second of her three-part series, Dr. Elizabeth Colton turns the tables on our rector and interviews him about the traditional tool of diplomacy he uses most as a priest—the speech (or, in our case, the sermon). Dive deep into what goes into his creative process and where the diplomacy connects with the pulpit.

Churches Working Together - The Church Street Collaborative

A conversation with the pastors of Trinity Episcopal, First Presbyterian and Central Methodist in Asheville, NC about their work together in what is called, The Church Street Collaborative.

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Public Diplomacy: An Everyday Toolbox-Dr. Elizabeth Colton in Conversation w/ the Rev. David Henson

In the third of her three-part series, Dr. Elizabeth Colton talks with the Rev. David Henson about the gifts and pitfalls of social media for the Church and how the pandemic has sent many churches, including Trinity, into overdrive in their digital offerings. Dive deep into where the diplomacy connects with the digital life.

Toolbox for Dialogue in Difficult Times

Faith in the 828 is a Lenten series focused on issues of faith in our local area (828 is our Area Code!). This year we focus on the concept of peace. Peace is not strictly a Christian concept but it is the call of Jesus. We take the title of our series from the great hymn, God the Omnipotent! whose clairon refrain beseeches God to, "Give To Us Peace In Our Time, O Lord."