We are adult parishioners at St. Gregory Nazianzen Catholic Church who serve each other as we strive to live a Christ-centered life by deepening our faith together, building a loving fellowship of Catholics at any point in their faith journey, putting faith into action, and sharing the gospel by evangelizing our generation. All English-speaking adult parishioners are invited to participate and contribute their talents to this open and collaborative community.
Online meetings during COVID-19 pandemic
In-person general meetings are currently on hold, however, we will continue to meet online using Google Meet. Please create a Google account if you don’t have one already and subscribe to the TEAM newsletter for meeting invitations.
What does TEAM mean?
Trinitas English Adult Ministry! St. Gregory Nazianzen was a theologian that wrote many works on the doctrine of the Trinity–or Trinitas–which is the teaching that God, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are all one entity.
Who is TEAM for?
Any adults (18+) in the parish (or visiting from other parishes) are welcome to our meetings. We welcome parishioners from all ages and cultural communities.
What do you do at TEAM meetings?
At our general meetings, we use lectio divina, an exercise to reflect on scripture, on the upcoming Sunday Gospel and share with each other our own reflections on the Gospel. It’s a great way to learn more about scripture, each other, and even yourself!