Sunday Morning Forum
Transformation is the theme for our Sunday morning forum in Easter season this year. How does God transform us through the Incarnation? How does God use the created world to delight, call, and eventually change our spiritual selves? This year, we are looking at each of the five senses in turn, to find out how God wants us to seek and find him through our physical bodies and through the world around us.
Please join us at 9:15am each Sunday in the Great Hall, beginning on April 15, for a journey toward transformation.
- April 15 - Touch
- April 22 - Taste
- April 29 - Smell
- May 13 - Sight
- May 20 - Hearing
Confirmation Classes - April 10-May 29
“Jesus was an Episcopalian. Ok, busted. I admit that this is a ridiculously audacious anachronism that calls into question our very intelligence… So why suggest that, among all these options, Jesus, the Jew, was an Episcopalian? Well, he wasn’t. But he was very interested in doing the kind of work that Episcopalians are up to: healing, fixing, re-building, praying, teaching, preaching, loving, and making disciples out of a new generation of people who are searching for God.”
So begins the foundational text for our Eastertide weekly formation program, Jesus was an Episcopalian. This text will guide our time together in formation specifically designed for: those seeking confirmation in the Episcopal Church, those seeking reception into the Episcopal Church, those who are new to the Episcopal Church and want to learn more, and even those who are simply interested in learning how Jesus might just have been an Episcopalian if he’d had the choice. In other words, all are welcome to join us.
If this sounds even somewhat interesting to you, please talk with Fr. Nic to claim your spot and a copy of the book. We will meet on Tuesdays, 6:30pm-8pm (dinner will be provided), beginning April 10 and going through May 29. We ask that you commit to making at least 6 of the 8 weeks. We hope you will join us!