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Adult Forums - Following the 9:30 a.m. service, in Branson Hall: 
November 9-November 30, with The Rev. Dr. Christopher Beeley 
Spirituality of The Greats: Ancient and Modern Paths in Faith 
What does the Christian life look and feel like when it is practiced well? Where can we find examples of Christian growth and excellence for our own lives today? This four-week adult course will offer an introductory sampling of major Christian spiritual writers from the great tradition--figures who have inspired generations of Christian believers in all walks of life. We will look at St. Augustine, the Desert Fathers and Mothers of the early monastic movement, St. Teresa of Avila, and C.S. Lewis. All are welcome at any and all sessions. For those interested in doing optional reading before each class, texts will be available for download on the church's website. Classes begin November 9 at 10:45 a.m. in Branson Hall. 
Click HERE for Reading Instructions

Click HERE for Week 1 Reading    
Click HERE for Week 2 Reading
Click HERE for Week 3 Reading
Click HERE for Week 4 Reading
Click HERE for Optional Reading 

November 30 – December 21, Advent in Scripture and Spirit with Yale Divinity School student Cheryl Bundy
Is the Christmas season filled with the same things every year? Shopping, Christmas trees, friends and family, Santa and the celebration of Jesus's birth on Christmas? Please join us on Sundays in December as we explore the scripture and spiritual journey of advent and awake on Christmas morning with a renewed perspective on the Christmas season and the importance of the first part of the liturgical year

Habitat for Humanity House Dedication!
On November 15th, CHT members Dawn Sullivan, Matt Stickley and Randy Abrams joined other members of churches in the Community Bridgebuilders Coalition to dedicate a new home at 710 Shelton Street Bridgeport built by Habitat for Humanity Coastal Fairfield County. Funds for the build were supplied in part by a $14,000 donation by the Faith in Action Committee from proceeds raised by the All-Parish Motown Dance Party last year. Thanks go out to all parishioners who helped in this effort.

Click HERE to read a very timely piece by our own Robert "Bob" Stokes on the need for prison reform.

Below are photos from our recent Pancake Breakfast on All Saints' Day at which our Confirmands served :

CHT is now a registered organization with Amazon Smile, a program in which Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to a charity of the purchaser's choice. All you need to do is go to once while logged into your Amazon account, and then after that, all you need to do is go to and it'll remember CHT as the organization of your choice. You should see "Supporting: Christ & Holy Trinity Church" at the top of the page.

Our Annual Appeal is ongoing.  Please click HERE to pledge now.