Sunday School for grown-ups! Various classes on various subjects are offered throughout the year. We have opportunities to take/participate in a class, volunteer to facilitate a class, or contribute as a special presenter. Sunday School is most Sundays at 10 a.m.
With Rev. Ripp Hardaway in the Small Conference Room.
Book is provided.
Whether you are new or have been an Episcopalian since birth, this class is for those who want to know why we do things the way we do in this Church. We will cover our history, worship, and approach to the Bible, the Church’s teaching, spirituality, ministry, organization, and our mission. This is also the class needed if you are seeking to be Confirmed, Received or Reaffirmed into the Episcopal Faith.
With John Huegel in the Parish Hall.
For 6 weeks we will study the post resurrection appearances of our Lord, observing how the appearances addressed the needs of those who experienced them and how the appearances address our needs today. These appearances constitute The Revelation of the Risen Lord. Please bring your Bible to class. No additional materials needed.
With Adrian Quintanilla.
Books available in the hospitality area next to the Parish Hall. eBook available for purchase here.
Have you ever truly wondered how to live “the good life?” Have you ever wondered what a good life even is? Join Adrian Quintanilla as we explore the good life: the life our Lord intends for each of us to live. We will examine what is the meaning of life, the person we are destined to become, and how we should conduct our lives in this divisive world. We will utilize Richard M. Gula’s book The Good Life: Where Morality and Spirituality Converge as we explore the principles of living the good life. Class begins Sunday, June 2 at 10:00 a.m. We will meet all of June and August and have a break in July.
Wednesdays 6–7:45 p.m.