Summer Opportunities for Learning and Discussion

Wednesday, June 20 at 7 pm at Arvada Presbyterian Church (5592 Independence Street)

Photo Credit: Katie Orlinsky/Caritas 2010

A Mosaic of Peace in a Land Called “Holy”

Rev. gretchen Sausville will be giving a report on the recent two-week trip and conference taken by a delegation of PC(USA) representatives who journeyed to the Holy Land to learn more about life in Israel and Palestine.



Saturday, June 23 at 7 pm – right here at Trinity! 

We are pleased to be hosting an event that would be a wonderful introduction or follow-up to a visit to the DEAD SEA SCROLLS exhibit now open at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

We’ll hear an informative presentation by experts from Brigham Young University and Denver Seminary and then enjoy a reception with light refreshments following the lecture.



Saturday, July 21 from 8:30 am to 5 pm at Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church in Lakewood (11500 W. 20th Ave.)

In today’s climate people are asking the following questions:

  • Why do people migrate?

  • What happens during the migrant journey?

  • How do policies impact people?

  • Why don’t people just become US citizens?

The Presbytery of Denver Immigration Task Force invites you to an experiential workshop that explores immigration issues.

$20 registration fee (includes lunch).  Registration online is highly encouraged as the number of facilitators that are coming is dependent on planned attendance.  To register, please visit the Denver Presbytery events webpage and scroll down to the July 21 Borderlinks event.

Our regular Adult Sunday School and Midweek Opportunities for Formation and Learning will resume the week of September 9th.