Adult Christian Formation Classes and Wednesday Night Healing Service
For the fall we are offering five opportunities to grow deeper in the Christian Faith:
Daughters of the King Discernment Class. We welcome Corrie Cabes, our seminarian to the roster. Corrie’s brings a depth of knowledge and teaching skills to this class. It will be a spiritual journey for women seeking community and a deeper spiritual connection through prayers, scripture, and discernment.
Care for Others. The Christian call is to care for others in need. Deacon Jan Halstead’s passion for pastoral care and mission the class she will be teaching.
Episcopal 101. The class taught by Trawin Malone will cover some of the basics of the Episcopal Church. The first four sessions are a primer for other sessions to be held later in the Spring of 2020. The four sessions will be: Beliefs and Practices; The Church Calendar; The Bible; and Telling Your Story.
Lectionary Study. What are we hearing in Scripture at worship for the week to come? Join the discussion. We always ask: What would like to hear the preacher say about these scriptures?
Bible Study and Spiritual Practices. The Tuesday morning group led by members of the congregation have studied the Bible and the spiritual journey based on a set curriculum. We know this class is fun because we hear them laughing!
Sunday—The Lectionary Study—9:15 am—in the Library
Sunday—Daughters of the King Discernment Class—September 15-October 27 (break October 6)
12 noon to 1:30 pm in the Library.
Tuesday—Bible Study and Spiritual Practices—10:30 am in the Library
Wednesday--Episcopalian 101—September 18-October 9—7:00 pm in the Library.
Wednesday--Care for Others—October 16-November 20--Jan Halstead—7:00 pm in the Library.
Eucharist and Healing Service-- 6:30 pm on Wednesdays starting on September 18 in the Library.