Trinity roots

Last week, We Should Practice’s director, Louise Tu’u gave fourteen Trinity College lay preacher students and their tutor, Reverend Lynne Frith, a dramatic approach to space, ritual and liturgy.

The engagement from all involved was enthusiastic, open and critical.

Fa’afetai lava, Malo aupito, Bula vinaka and many thanks to the beautiful people: Siutaisa, Matafonua, Rupeni, Manoa, Ruta, Mele, Keith, Ieremia, Joeli, Kuli, Falanisesi, Finau, Neti, Kalolo and Reverend Lynne Frith. May your futures reveal all your potential.

Check out photos and videos from this awesome workshop here.

It’s the little things that really matter.

One thought on “Trinity roots”

  1. The drama workshop really empowered me in the area of ‘self-belief’ within my Ministry role. The use of personal and communal story and physical space to do Theology makes a lot of sense now to me – thanks to Luise Tu’u:)

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