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  • Trinity Games Night, Friday Sept. 9th at Still’s

    Gamers Old and New, Trinity games night will be at Russell and Ardeth Still’s house on Friday Sept., 9th from 7:00 – 10:00. Bring games you want to play, snacks and drinks if you like. Some will be provided. All ages are welcome. The main games are oriented to teens/adults,but

  • United Farm Worker March – 50th Anniversary

    Join us to celebrate the farm workers’ historic struggle at a commemoration and march on Sunday, September 11th, 2016, and to support their continuing struggle for justice in the fields. 12:00pm – Dedication of memorial plaque (at Ragsdale Student Center, St Ed’s, 1st floor) 12:15pm – Program on the Quad

  • Trinity Games Night, Fri. August 5th at Lancaster’s 7-10

    All Game Lovers, Trinity games night will be at John and Sharon Lancaster’s house on Friday, August 5th from 7:00 – 10:00. Bring games you want to play, snacks and drinks if you like. Some will be provided. All ages are welcome. The main games are oriented to teens/adults,but younger

  • Trinity Games Night at Henry’s July 8th 7-10

    Trinity Gamers, Trinity games night will be at Deana & Kenneth Henry’s house on Friday, July 8th from 7:00 – 10:00. Note that this is the 2nd Friday of the month. Bring games you want to play, snacks and drinks if you like. Some will be provided. All ages are

  • Trinity Games Night, Friday May 13 at Still’s

    Trinity games night will be at Russell and Ardeth Still’s house on Friday, May 13th from 7:00 – 10:00. Note that this is the 2nd Friday of the month so as not to conflict the the Trinity Retreat. Bring games you want to play, snacks and drinks if you like.

  • Leading Difficult Conversations Across Difference 5/9/16

    Leading Difficult Conversations Across Difference Monday, May 9, 2016 6.30-8.00 pm Community practitioners, activists, advocates and allies will develop practical communication skills to lead difficult conversations around difference in this workshop. The flexible model presented by Jeremy Solomons is as useful to help manage conversations based on the simplest differences

  • Trinity Games Night is Friday April 1 at Mike and Joanne’s NEW house 7-10

    Trinity games night will be at Mike and Joanne’s house on Friday, April 1st from 7:00 – 10:00. Bring games you want to play, snacks and drinks if you like. Some will be provided. All ages are welcome. The main games are oriented to teens/adults,but younger children can find activities.

  • Leading Difficult Conversations Across Difference 3/7/16

    Leading Difficult Conversations Across Difference Monday, March 7, 2016 6.30-8.00 pm Community practitioners, activists, advocates and allies will develop practical communication skills to lead difficult conversations around difference in this workshop. The flexible model presented by Jeremy Solomons is as useful to help manage conversations based on the simplest differences

  • Trinity Games Night, Friday March 4th at Still’s

    Members of the Trinity Gaming Party, Please join us at our caucus to help us nominate the best game candidates. The candidates will be put to the test immediately and must promise to provide fun for all, not just the 1%. The caucus will be at Russell and Ardeth Still’s

  • Trinity and Sanctuary, The Social Justice Class

    Class we had a great discussion about Austin Interfaith on Sunday featuring Kathleen Davis and Kurt. Good participation. Five Trinity People were part of their Assembly with County Sheriff’s candidates Monday night! This week we will begin discussing Sanctuary by looking at 2 short articles. One introduces an extensive study