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Trinity @ 7
Trinity @ 7 is set to begin again on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017. As always, the music of Krista Seddon will help set the peaceful tone of the service. A great delight that first night back—Krista will be joined by saxophonist Bobby Militello. Trinity @7 is a quiet, reflective service of readings, music, and meditation—a lovely way to start the week. Join us in the Chapel on Sundays at 7 pm!
Chiavetta's Chicken BBQ
Thursday, September 28th - 11:30am - 5:30pm
The Chiavetta's Chicken BBQ is in a few weeks! Don't miss out. Tickets are just $11. Purchase tickets before and after the morning service. Here are some ways you can help out.
Can you serve as a volunteer on the day of the event? Sign up sheets are available on the resource table.
The Trinity Bakers are asking for volunteers to sell baked goods during the fundraiser. Curb Side Check Out will be held from 11:30am - 5:30pm. Let us know if you are available for some or all of the hours for this event.
This year, we will offer delivery of meals to people in the downtown Buffalo area. Volunteers are needed to deliver food to offices and homes.
As you purchase tickets this year, please consider buying an extra ticket to donate a meal to someone else.For more information, or to sign up as a volunteer, please see Gabrie'l Atchison or Chris Miller.
Trinity Church/Adult Education Offering
"Curious about Carl? An Introduction to Jungian Psychology"
Sunday, September 24th, 11:45am Mission Room
Would you like to know (or get a refresher on) the basics of Analytical Psychology? In this talk, we'll describe some of the ways Jung has altered our understanding of the psyche, and added to our language and psychological awareness. Most fundamental concepts and terminology will be covered, with a particular focus on the systems of personality.
Presenter Paul Kochmanski, MA, is currently an Instructor of Psychology at ECC and NU, a tutor of Natural Sciences, and a board member for APS-WNY. He previously was a psychotherapist for 10 years, working in agencies as a child and adolescent specialist."
C.G. Jung Center: Women's Study Group
The Women's Study Group is having a productive and rewarding summer, continuing its study of Jungian Psychology by reading and discussing Jung's Map of the Soul (Murray Stein, 1998). It is hard to explain but there is something particularly meaningful about reading aloud and reflecting upon the words from a feminine perspective. Even a single paragraph can be enlightening.
The Women's Study Group meets in the Mission Room the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 7:00 - 8:30 pm. If interested, please join us. Contact: Arlene Miles at: Arlene@apswny.com
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