Opportunities for Adults

Adult Christian Education

Adult  education sessions run from September to May, typically meeting one evening per week for four weeks.  Parishioners and community members alike come together into fellowship and conversation on topics that continue to build our spiritual lives and help us to grow in our faith.  These sessions are a chance to meet with like-minded friends in lively discussions on books, films, and topics important to us as Episcopalians and as Christians.    

Past sessions have included book groups as well as topical discussions:

  • The New Jim Crow
  • The Book of Joy
  • The Gifts of Imperfection
  • Living Buddha, Living Christ
  • The Shack
  • Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John
  • Exploring Identity in a Multicultural World
  • Mindfulness-An Introduction.   

    Parishioners, friends and community members are all welcome to participate!

Thursday Morning Bible Study

A lively bible study open to everyone. Meets in the Old Parish House Parlor,
10:30 -11:30am, from September to  June.

Education for Ministry (EfM)

Education for Ministry is a program of theological education offering lay people  an opportunity for comprehensive, experiential learning in the foundation and message of our Christian faith.  EfM is a four-year course:

  • Year One - Old Testament
  • Year Two -New Testament
  • Year Three - History of Christianity
  • Year Four - Theology

Participants sign-up for one year at a time (usually in August) and are invited into small, mentored groups that  help them better understand their lives and shape their actions as they deepen their Christian faith.

EfM meets in the Old Parish House, Mondays from 6:30 - 8:30pm, September through June.

Inquirer’s Classes

A class for newcomers to the Episcopal Church and for those interested in being
received into or confirmed in the Episcopal Church meet at scheduled times during the year according to interest. The Inquirer's Class also welcomes are those who wish to refresh their knowledge about the Episcopal Church.