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Adult Formation (week of Oct 1, 2017)

Fall/Winter 2017 Adult Formation Brochure
Click HERE for PDF of the brochure

Sunday Morning Adult Formation this Fall (10:15-11:00 AM in the Chapel)

What Does It Mean to be Episcopalian?
Christians are a peculiar people: at once rooted in tradition, and yet just as often expanding over many histories — a movement that has taken root within many languages, peoples, and cultures.  What exactly makes us “Christian?” How does that fit into what it means for us to be “Episcopalian?”

This Sunday, October 1, the Rev. George Adamik will lead a class on the Language of the Faith and the Creeds. Next Sunday, October 8, the Rev. Javier Almendarez Bautista will give an overview of the Liturgical Year and Seasons of the Church. Throughout, we’ll reflect on how that impacts our practice of the Christian faith in everyday life.

Oct 1: Faith & the Creeds ‐ The Rev. George Adamik
Oct 8: The Liturgical Year ‐ The Rev. Javier Almendárez Bautista
Oct 15: Holy Week ‐ The Rev. George Adamik
Oct 22: The Daily Office & Benedictine Spirituality – The Rev. J. Carr Holland III
Oct 29: Baptism & Eucharist ‐ The Rev. George Adamik
Nov 5: Annual Meeting ‐ No Forum
Nov 12: Marriage ‐  The Rev. J. Carr Holland III
Nov 19: Burial ‐ The Rev. George Adamik
Nov 26: Thanksgiving ‐ No Adult Forum

Wednesday Evening Adult Formation (6:00-7:00 PM in the Youth Wing)

Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 & Nov 1: Living the Way of Jesus
Join long time parishioners Gerri Batchelor and Joe Ryan as we make our way through the Sermon on the Mount: an amazingly thorough distillation of Jesus’ teachings.  In this five‐part program, the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, and others reflect on the Sermon on the Mount in light of their own faith journeys.  Gerri is a dedicated member of the Adult Formation, Kairos, and Senior ministries; Joe is a member of Adult Formation and has helped to collect thousands of pounds of food via the Little Red Wagon.



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