By Gloria Colvin, chair of Lay Academy Committee
Lay Academy will launch its second fall session on Wednesday, November 2, with a new class on Ukraine that will be offered both in-person and online. Trinity has had a special interest in Ukraine since organist Viktor Billa and his wife, Yuliia, joined us in 2015. In recent months the Russian invasion and the arrival of Ukrainian refugees in Tallahassee have sparked renewed interest in this war-torn country and concern about its people. The Lay Academy class will explore some of the country’s history and its conflicts with Russia, delve into its culture and arts, and help us better understand the current situation.
Alternatively, you can learn to play guitar, participate in Parenting Village, or join the Men’s Group discussion through Lay Academy. All these groups will meet in-person on Wednesday evenings November 2, 9, 16, 30, and December 7. Becoming Fit Outdoors will meet on Thursday evenings during those same weeks to walk at Cascades Park. Sign up for a class and dinner here.