The participants of CUAA's 2018 Trinity Time retreat.

Concordia University Ann Arbor's fifth annual Trinity Time on July 12, 2021 is a retreat for high school students to explore church work vocations including pastoral ministry, church music, family life ministry, Lutheran education, and deaconess ministry


TRINITY TIME

High school students (grades 9-12) are invited to attend Trinity Time on July 12, 2021. Students will interact with current Concordia church work students and professors, experience worship, and gain a better understanding of various ministry vocations and avenues for service in the church.

Trinity Time will take place Monday, July 12 as a one-day retreat on Concordia University Ann Arbor’s campus, 4080 Geddes Road. The retreat costs $5 per participant registered before June 15, 2021. The registration fee covers the cost food and a t-shirt.

This year’s Trinity Time will include:

  • Morning worship in The Chapel of the Holy Trinity
  • Presentations on ministry and mission vocation
  • An Ann Arbor canoe trip and nature walk to get to know the area
  • Concordia campus tours for those who have not been to campus
  • Q&A discussion to explore church work vocations, including pastoral ministry, church music, family life ministry, Lutheran education, and deaconess ministry
  • Connect with current CUAA students
  • Evening worship along the Huron River on Concordia University’s riverfront campus
  • And more!

Register for Trinity time

Questions? Contact CUAA pre-seminary director Rev. Ted Hopkins at theodore.hopkins@cuaa.edu.


Looking for more opportunities to spend time on campus this summer? Check out the Cardinals summer sports camps.

— Rachel (Ferry) Thoms is manager of campus communications for Concordia University Ann Arbor. She may be reached at rachel.thoms@cuaa.edu or 734-995-7403.

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