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
“Being Christian” — Fall Schedule
Sundays at 10:15-11:15 am and 12:45-1:30 pm
September 23, 2018
October 21, 2018
November 11, 2018
What does it mean to be a Christian? How does an Episcopalian approach the Eucharist and the Bible? In what ways do Christian worship, tradition and community draw us closer to God? “Being Christian” is a three-part series exploring the Episcopal Church’s approach to fundamentals of Christian piety. This Sunday’s first installment, led by seminarian intern Chris Lee, will explore the past, present and future of Christian worship, with an emphasis on our Anglican-Episcopal tradition. Bring your questions, concerns, visions and hopes about what it might mean to worship God as disciples of Jesus in the 21st century.
Book of Books Book Club
The Book of Books Book Club will meet Thursday, October 4, 2018, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm and the first Thursday of each month thereafter. The idea is to read the entire Old Testament/Hebrew Bible between October and May, 2019. Those who join the group can read it in its entirety, read the essential stories chosen from each month’s reading, or read just the few stories or passages that we’ll discuss at the monthly meeting. A schedule of readings is available here!
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