Bible studies, contemplative prayer, faith formation classes, book discussions, and group conversations around challenging issues offer opportunities to broaden and deepen Christian faith. These gatherings help us to explore and enhance our understanding of Jesus’ message and our relationship with God. Participation draws the community together and enriches our parish life. Everyone is invited to take part.
Wednesday Bible Study
Weekly Bible Studies bring a welcome midday break at 12:15 pm, as we explore a passage of scripture that is an appointed reading for the following Sunday. We gather in the church for this informal 45-minute discussion. All who can are welcome and encouraged to join us.
Faith Formation Series
“We Are Pilgrims”
Fall Schedule: Sundays at 10:15 am and 12:45 pm
To the Mountaintop: The Pilgrimage of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Way of the Cross: Pilgrimage to Jerusalem
The Medieval Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Fr. Craig Townsend, Associate for Faith Formation, invites us to contemplate the idea, the history, and the specificity of pilgrimage(s). To say that life is a pilgrimage is not to suggest that we are journeying towards God, for God in Christ accompanies us always, every step of the way. It is instead to argue that attending to this companionship in faith is what allows us to see the holiness of our everyday lives. Sometimes it helps, though, to step outside our routines to undertake a physical journey with a holy goal to remember that we are constant pilgrims. Join the conversation as it continues throughout the fall. There are two opportunities to participate in each session. This series is open to all.
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