Paul in the Fall (in the Hall) (Adult Forum)
Sundays, 9:30am in the
Join us for our 2019 Fall series on the apostle Paul. Paul's writings constitute the largest part of the New Testament. His writings in Romans and Galatians have been the seed of conversion and of revolution. He is loved by many and detested by others. We will take a deep dive into his context, writings and theology. Tackling salvation and freedom, slavery, women's place in the Church, and community, we hope to develop a much better understanding of the Christian message as taught by Paul.
October 13: Episcopal 101 New to the Episcopal Church?
Sundays, 9:30am in the Music Room
Our periodic class begins October 13 to help people know more about The Episcopal Church. We talk
about how we worship, think theologically, and practice our faith. It is
particularly helpful if you come from a different Christian tradition. The Rev. Kipper DeGavre is leading this 6 week series. You can
join in at any point!
Wednesdays in October "Ethics after Easter" (Oct 16,23,30)
Supper at 6:00pm and adult studies at 6:30pm in Parish Hall
How shall we live our lives... in light of the Resurrection and after our baptisms? Bob Randall and Ashley Urquidi are leading a four-session study and discussion on salvation, sanctification, and the moral life.
Working with "The New Church's Teaching Series" book by Stephen Holmgren and other works by Bp Curry and others, we will use think about how faithful Christians might live out their lives in a world that seems anything but faithful. We will continue for two Wednesdays in November.