Adult Formation Opportunities
There are a number of opportunities for Adults to grow in faith and education, in order to become stronger disciples in following Christ.
Every Sunday, from September through May, there is an Adult Forum, held between the two Sunday morning worship services, from 9:15 to 10:15am. Topics have included The Emerging Church, World Religions, study of the Gospels, and actions of the Episcopal General Convention.
Beginning September 2019, we will explore the series: A History of Christianity. This is a 12-week class to view and engage this excellent video series.
Every Thursday, we offer Holy Eucharist at 10:00am. It is an informal Holy Eucharist, and in place of a sermon, we have a discussion on the scriptures of the day.
This is followed by All Saints Guild meeting, from 10:40 until 11:30am. There is always coffee, tea, and something good to eat. We usually have a program or discussion on a variety of topics. Beginning September 12, and running for nine weeks, we will have a Bible Study on the Gospel of Matthew. All are welcome!
Lenten Soup Suppers
Held one weeknight every week during the season of Lent. We share a simple meal of homemade soup, bread, and salad. Then, we have discussion on a book, scriptures, spirituality, or other topic.
This is for people who are new to the Episcopal Church, or longtime Episcopalians who would like a refresher course. It is especially for those adults seeking confirmation, reception (for those already baptized and confirmed in another tradition), or reaffirmation. The class series is held in preparation for the Bishop’s annual visitation. Ask Fr. Trace for more information.