Faith Formation (All ages)
|ADULT FAITH FORMATION|
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Online via Zoom
|This class looks at the four lectionary texts appointed for that day’s worship. This is a great way to deepen one’s appreciation of worship, knowing the background for the liturgy, hymnody and sermon for the day.
9:45 -10:45 a.m.
|LOVE WINS: A Book About Heaven, Hell, And The Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived by Rob Bell. This class invites all who are "Becoming" more curious, more faithful and looking for conversation partners to join us on Zoom.|
This class is on a winter break.
|Faith & Community||This class lives at the intersection of Christianity and the lived experiences of our tradition and our world, of faith and community. Topics include spiritual formation, care of creation, seasonal liturgies, and social justice.|
9:45 -10:45 a.m.
|This class is for those who desire to journey through the scriptures in an in-depth study using both printed and online resources.|
Meaning in the Middle
|Formerly known as SCRATCH, we meet online on Sunday evenings to share the ups and downs of our lives and discuss a (very) short reading about faith. We talk about how to find God and meaning in the middle of wherever we are: as Christians, as professionals, as friends and family, as parents, as middle-of-life adults (whatever that circumstance might look like for you). We also gather for monthly picnics or potlucks and have an annual retreat for planning and fellowship.|
| WEEKDAY STUDIES ||ZOOM LINK||TUESDAYS at 6:15 p.m. and WEDNESDAYS at 11 a.m.
This book study/discussion is open to the community.
|Jan 11–Mar 2 |
Mar 8–Apr 12
Apr 26–Jun 7
|HOW THE WORD IS PASSED by Clint Smith
DUSK NIGHT DAWN by Ann Lamott
AGING by Will Willimon