Community Life and Adult Christian Education
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Sundays at 9:30am - Room 218
A series of classes which will give you a deeper understanding of the Episcopal Church and its ways. This class is open to all who desire a fuller appreciation of the Episcopal Church; especially those who are new the tradition, desiring to be baptized, Confirmed or Received into the Episcopal Church.
Episcopal Way Classes
for Newcomers and those seeking
Confirmation, Reception and Reaffirmation
Weekend Classes: (choose a weekend and attend both classes in that weekend)
Friday, November 3rd, 7pm-8:30 pm & Saturday, November 4th 8:30am-3pm Smith Room
Friday, November 10th, 7pm-8:30 pm & Saturday, November 11th 8:30am-3pm Smith Room
Self-Led with Teacher Follow-up
Approximately 6-8 hours to complete
Topics include: Anglican History, Episcopal History, Theology and Mission of the Episcopal Church, Ecclesiology, Liturgy and the Book of Common Prayer. For more information, Contact The Rev. Hannah Atkins at email@example.com.
A pilgrimage is a journey in which pilgrims search for greater spiritual significance and depth in their lives. It is oftentimes coupled with a physical journey to a religious location or site. Pilgrims will reflect and journal over the significance of the site as well as debriefing in the evenings. There will be pre-trip meetings, education, and journaling time regarding the pilgrimage and the sites we will visit.
For more info, please fill in Contact Us.
The Women’s Retreat Circle
Retreats will include whole group presentation, small group discussion, and private quiet time.
The retreat occurs annually in November. Please fill out the contact sheet for more info.
For more detailed information about EfM, click here.
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