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Christian Education

Sunday School

For more information, or to volunteer to help out, please call (508) 473-8464 or send an email to us.

From September through May, the Trinity Church Sunday School provides Christian Education to the younger members of our parish family. Class time starts at 9:45 AM and ends when children share what they have learned with the congregation when they join the 10AM service, in progress, just before communion.

Although the Sunday School year starts in September, new students are welcome at any time.

Registration forms are available here, and also will be available at the church.

This past year, the students studied some heroes of the bible. They had a wonderful time discovering God’s Super Team of ordinary people doing Extraordinary things. This year we will continue to learn about the love of God through many more bible stories using crafts, fun and imagination along the way!

What could help to make the program a bigger success? Family "buy-in": a larger pool of volunteers. Come and spend a week in class with your child. The activities are planned out, the materials are available, and there is NO requirement for you to be a biblical scholar.

EfM — Education for Ministry

For more information, or to discuss joining, please call (508) 473-8464 or send an email to us.

EfM is a worldwide program developed by the School of Theology if the University of the South. Through a committed small group and with the help of trained mentors and formal texts, it provides participants with a thought-provoking education in church history and provides the church with the foundation of an empowered, active and theologically articulate laity.

Thousands of persons have completed this four-year program. Students enroll one year at a time for studies in Old Testament, New Testament, Church History since New Testament Times, and Moral and Theological Choices.

Father Mac is the mentor of the EfM group meeting at Trinity. The group is looking for new members for the next program starting in September.

PRAY Program for Scouts

For more information, or to discuss joining, please call (508) 473-8464 or send an email to us.

The PRAY program is the God and Country Series and is designed for Boy and Girl Scouts from the first to the twelfth grade. It is taught in four levels. The first is God and Me for the grades 1-3, covering the basic tenets of Christianity focusing on the individual relationship with God. Next is God and Family for grade 4 and 5 and is designed for exploring the relationship of God and families and families of faith. After that we have God and Church. This part of the program is for grades 6-8 and delves into what is God's church and how do we affect the world as missionaries of his teachings. The last level, God and Life, is for high school age students in grades 9-12. It is an individual exploration of the Bible and is intended to bring the student into his or her own understanding of the scripture.

Father Mac conducts a final review with each of the candidates at the conclusion of their respective programs: God and Me 5 weeks, God and Family 7 weeks, God and Church and God and Life 12 weeks. The classes are taught by parishioners who have been CORI checked. The course material is provided along with a Bible for those first entering the program. Classes generally meet on Sundays at the church. However, depending on what events are planned at the church other days and times may be scheduled.

Sign up sheets are placed in the entry way between the church hall and the sanctuary during the month of September. You do not have to be an Episcopalian. However, a student will need to see their denomination's clergy for a final review in order to receive the award. Classes are spread over the school year starting in October and ending in March.