Companion Offerings


Companion Offerings

In addition to our core curriculum, we have a number of "companion" offerings - classes and workshops that provide ongoing support for the inward journey of faith through personal growth, the outward journey of community engagement through service and social justice, and a variety of spiritual practices that help us to sustain our minds, hearts, and bodies in this work. See our Current Offerings page for a full listing of all courses and events.  

Inward Journey                       

The Divine Dance: Experiencing the Trinity with Mike Morrell

Saturday, June 10th from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
In this hands-on workshop, Mike will lead participants into a deep-dive exploration of a genuine Trinitarian spirituality: one of both identity and interdependence. Through a series of fun and interactive group exercises, we will explore the present moment and the stories we all bear - getting to know ourselves better while at the same time learning to see and appreciate everyone we interact and connect with more fully, in order to experience the diversity-within-unity at the Trinity's core. This space of "practicing the presence of people" will become a safe place for taking risks, and for playing outside of our comfort zones, allowing us to discover a deeper sense of self and a deeper sense of unity with others.
Participants should read The Divine Dance: Trinity and Your Transformation by Richard Rohr and Mike Morrell prior to attending this workshop, as well as Mike's bonus chapter, which is available at:  
Led by: Mike Morrell, co-author of The Divine Dance with Richard Rohr, Communications Director for Presence International and a founding organizer of the Wild Goose Festival
Location: Broome Hall at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Tuition Fee: $50 - Register
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Outward Journey

Check back later for our Fall 2017 course offerings!

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Spiritual Practices

Centering Prayer

Wednesdays 12–12:45 p.m., from January 25th to May 17th 
We sit in a circle, take three deep breaths, and then enter into 20 minutes of silence together. After the silence, there is an opportunity to share prayer requests for the week, and to pray for ourselves, our community, and our world. No registration is required and there is no fee. Feel free to drop in on any session. Beginners are always welcome!
Led by: Kristen Leigh Southworth, M.Div.
Location: The Upper Room, 211 W. Fisher Ave

Men's Spirituality Group

2nd & 4th Wednesdays of each month, 5:30-8:00 p.m., starting January 11th
The Men's Spirituality Group is designed to help men grow in relationship, mutual and self-understanding, and spirituality. Our philosophy is based on Richard Rohr's Reflections on Male Spirituality. We operate through selected readings, individual sharing, open and confidential listening, and various spiritual practices. If you would like to join us, please contact Dick Weller at (336) 897-2503. 
Led by: Members of the Men's Spirituality Group
Location: Haywood Duke Room/Lineweaver Room at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Prayerful Yoga: Healing Mind and Body

Tuesdays 9:30-11 a.m. from May 9th to June 27th (8 weeks)
Prayerful Yoga is a moving meditation that links mind, breath, and body, and encourages participants to surrender to the present moment. Prayerful yoga is suitable for all body types and those with some yoga experience. Together, we will place ourselves in an environment where the movement and meditation of the ancient practice of yoga will draw us “closer to the vital nucleus of things” and help us individually listen to our own truth through our shared experience. Please bring a mat or large towel and light blanket.
Led by: Linda Hiatt, 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher
Location: The Upper Room, Fisher House (211 W. Fisher Ave)
Tuition Fee: $50 for Session 2 - Register

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