School for the Arts

Trinity School for the Arts develops and fosters understanding of the relationship between the source of the Arts and that of Religion, Theology and Spirituality.

Trinity Writing Group: Finding Our Way

Currently, the writer's group is full. Please contact Mary Soroka to be placed on a waiting list. If there is enough interest, a second group may be formed. In the meantime, be on the lookout for special classes and workshops in the near future!

Writers have a special calling to deliver well-crafted ideas to our readers - whether for religious or secular markets, articles or novels, news features, devotionals, poetry, scripts, essays or journals. The goal is to encourage our fellow writers to follow their God-given dreams and talents of written expression.

The vision for the Trinity Writing Group is to provide inspiration, encouragement and mentoring instruction; share skills; offer kindly criticism; supply information on markets, contests, conferences and other areas of interest to Trinity members who love the craft of writing.

Benefits of a writer's group:

*Information sharing
*Inspiration
*Support
*Encouragement
*Feedback
*Accountability
*Interconnection with fellow writers who understand the joys and struggles of writing
*Develop writing skills through study guides, exercises and constructive feedback
*Share information on markets, contests, conferences and other areas of interest to Trinity members

For more information or to register, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 303-255-7996 or 720-333-4758.

Adventures in the Arts

In addition to on-site opportunities, the Arts Education for Adults program has teamed up with other Music and Arts ministries to host a new "Adventures in the Arts" series, providing experiences with local arts events.

Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 303-839-1493, ext. 16, for more information.

The Artist's Way

The School for the Arts sponsors "The Artist's Way" class based on the book of the same name by Julia Cameron. It is a 12-week course that encourages anyone to explore their creative path.

Trinity's Music & Arts Ministry is pleased to offer the third course in "The Artists Way" series, Finding Water, The Art of Perseverance. Based on Cameron's philosophy that creativity is a divine and spiritual practice, the student of the techniques in her books begins to see how creativity is inherent in all of us. Finding Water focuses on uncovering resources from within ourselves and in our circles of community that support, nurture and empower us at any stage of discovering, recovering or developing our creative calling. Facilitated by Linda Sperber, the 12-week course is held once or twice each year. The cost of the course is $125.

For more information about the course or to register, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 303-839-1493.

Intervals of Joy

Arts Education for Adults

One of Trinity's unique Sunday School offerings is the Intervals of Joy class which meets on Sunday mornings from 9:30–10:15 a.m. in the Choir Room. Intervals of Joy invites all adults interested in music to develop their music skills, study music history, and explore spirituality through music. This year, the class will provide myriad opportunities for beginning and advanced musicians and music lovers alike. We are very fortunate to have several gifted and accomplished educators lead these classes. See the upcoming Intervals of Joy topics.