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In bad weather, Trinity Bloomington takes the lead from Monroe County Public Library. If the library closes, so does Trinity. Check the library website for weather closings.

Spiritual Formation for Adults

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Trinity Episcopal Church is committed to empowering its members in their lifelong journey of discipleship, hoping that every parishioner of Trinity Church will dedicate herself to spiritual development. Please consider taking time to share some these experiences with the Trinity community.

We offer a variety of open discussions:

The Forum is our primary religious education program.  People of all ages are welcome to this wide-ranging conversation, which meets Sundays 10:30-11:10 a.m. in the Great Hall during the academic year. Topics have included a session on Shape Note Singing, a series on the Liturgical Arts, “Meet the Choral Scholars”, and a few good coffee hours.

Book Discussions  We enjoy sharing our favorite books together. Check the events calendar, bulletin or the first floor bulletin board for the most up-to-date information.

Film Discussions  Trinity has an ongoing “Movie Night” with a discussion following. Some of the movies presented in the past include The Truman Show, Passion of the Christ, Groundhog’s Day, Make Way for Tomorrow, and others. Check the events calendar, bulletin or the first floor bulletin board for the most up-to-date information.

Education for Ministry is a weekly program of theological education-at-a-distance of the School of Theology of the University of the South. EfM is a committed group that covers the basics of a theological education in the Old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy and theology in a small-group format. Every baptized person is called to ministry. EfM provides people with the education to carry out that ministry. Interested parties are strongly encouraged speak with Gloria Hasler ( or a parish staff person.



Small Groups

Breaking Bread is a time for adults in their mid-twenties to late-thirties to gather in an informal and open environment to discuss our religion, spirituality and other questions. We usually meet the second Friday of the month, often at the church before heading out to a local restaurant for the evening. Childcare is frequently provided. Check the Sunday bulletin for times and locations.
Daughters of the King is an order of Episcopal Women dedicated to a life of prayer, service and evangelism. All women interested in loving service and spiritual fellowship are welcome. Check Trinty’s website for D.O.K. meeting times & location.

For our Newcomers

Trinity Inc. = Incorporation & Inclusion for Newcomers

Joining a new community is exciting and challenging. This is why Trinity Church offers a year-long program to help new members grow in their understanding of God, community and our parish. You are warmly encouraged to participate if you’ve been at Trinity for two years or less, though all are invited to participate no matter how long you’ve been here. Programs include “Meet the Clergy & Staff,” “What does it mean to ‘Join the Church?’” and many other topics. A simple meal is served and childcare is provided. Visit our Newcomers page for more information »

Upcoming Events


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