A new educational program seeks to serve older generations with lifelong Christian education.
The Senior Academy of Learning at Trinity (SALT) is a new part of Trinity Christian Colleges programs to serve the retired members of the surrounding community. SALT has been launched with two new classes in the fall, to stimulate continued learning and discussion among seniors.
The fall series will include a class on Discovering Your Family History and Christianity Behind Bars, on sharing the Christian faith with prisoners. The courses will be flexible, allowing participants to explore and lead the classes based on their interests and background. Classes will be held on the Trinity campus.
The new program is just one more way in which Trinity Christian College hopes to expand its mission of service to the community.
Said President Steven Timmermans, Trinity is in a unique position to make its resources available to seniors who are interested in exploring new ideas, improving skills, and discussing worthwhile topics together.
Trinity Christian College offers a four-year liberal arts education to students in Illinois. Officially established in 1959, the school is dedicated to Biblical education in the Reformed tradition.