adult education—fall classes
Adult education is offered during various seasons of the church and includes confirmation classes and Rector's Forums.
Childcare is available for all classes with 72 hours advance notice given by emailing Mother Andrea Maier at email@example.com.
Evening classes begin at 6 pm and brown bag dinner is encouraged.
Favorite Saints—continues this week!
sundays, october 13-27 | 9 am and after 10 am mass
This October, join members of the clergy for an adult education offering on favorite Saints. (10/13—Fr. Bill Leeson, 10/20—Fr. Mark Weitzel, 10/27—Fr. Jim Prendergast) The class will take place at 9 am and again after 10 am mass. All are welcome! (Childcare provided—email Mtr. Andrea 72 hours in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org)
From Fr. Bill about the Saint he has chosen: Blessed Frances Perkins, commemoration day May 12. Public Servant,Prophetic Witness. Meet the Episcopalian who invented Social Security!
Follow the Rabbi: Jewish Cultural Context in the New Testament
wednesdays, november 6, 13, 20 | 6-8 pm | gooden study
First-century life was very different from ours today—Jesus grew up and taught in a Jewish society occupied by Roman forces. We tend to read Scripture in a very Western way with a very Western mindset, but that's not how Jesus taught nor how his followers experienced the world. Join class facilitator Brandon Jarratt in a three-part exploration that aims to provide a richer understanding of what Jesus did and said in his specific cultural context.
A New Thing, Entirely
mondays, december 2, 9, 16 | 6-8 pm | gooden study
Phillip Brock leads a three week meditation on the season of Advent. Through meditating and discussion on three essays by Frederick Buechner, the hope is to come to experience Adventide in a fresh and vital way–as a renewal of the coming of Light into the world.