Adult Studies

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Adult Education
Program Schedule

SUNDAY ADULT FORUM

Meets in the Parish Hall at 9:30 a.m.

Sacramental Living:
What do we believe about the sacraments and what difference does it make? What is the sign? What is the grace? How might our lives be changed?

March 5 Sacraments — God’s handkerchiefs: What is a sacrament? What does the Church believe? Are there 2 or 7 or 32? What is the gift in marriage, unction, ordination, and confirmation? So what?  Fr. Bob and Kipper DeGavre

March 12 Baptism — Sign and Grace: What’s happening in baptism? Is it different for babies versus adults? Pouring versus getting dunked? Does anybody really change? Fr. Fred and Kipper DeGavre

March 19 Eucharist — Foundations for Grace: From where does our belief about the “Last Supper” or “Holy Communion” or “Holy Eucharist” come? What does it mean about what is happening in us and what is the gift we are receiving? How will we respond? Fr. Bob and Kipper DeGavre

March 26 Eucharist — Sign and Grace: What do we believe happens in the gift of bread and wine? Looking at the language of the Eucharist. Does the bread truly change to body and blood? Are we cannibals? Why every Sunday? Fr. Bob and Kipper DeGavre

April 2 Reconciliation — Sign and Grace: What is ‘reconciliation’ and how does it differ from Roman Catholic “Confession”? Do we HAVE to confess to a priest? How does it work and what do we believe is God’s gift (grace) through this sacrament? Mother Ashley and Kipper DeGavre

SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY

Meets in the Music Room at 9:30 a.m.

Introduction to the New Testament

This lecture series provides an in-depth look at the New Testament. Video segments presented by Dr. Bart Ehrman, University of North Carolina, are followed by discussion and questions. Led by Mary Poteet

Apr 23: The Deutero-Pauline Epistles
Apr 30: The Pastoral Epistles
May 07: Hebrews
May 14: 1st Peter
May 21: The Revelation
May 28: Do we have the original New Testament?

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS

Meets in the Parish Hall at 7:00pm

Holy Eucharist at 6:00pm;
Supper at 6:30pm; Studies at 7:00pm

Growing a Rule of Life:
Our Relationship with…
God, Self, Others, and Creation. It is only
through understanding the various aspects
of our lives and faith that we can truly
come to know ourselves and ultimately,
know God in His fullness. This Easter Season,
we’ll seek those connections and walk
the path our faith leads us.
April 26: God – led by Sharon Payne
May 10: Self: Finding Wholeness
May 17: Others
May 24: Creation