Location: Welcome Center
For centuries, the Nicene Creed has been a badge of Christian identity and instruction. But does it still matter? This fall, our Young Adults will explore this question to discover how the ancient creed might speak powerfully into our modern lives.
Discovering the Biblical World
Location: Great Hall
Do you know Bible verses and stories but would like to get a grip on the whole Bible and its meaning? Join Fr. Bob and Fr. Greg for a walk through the Bible, the history of Israel and the Holy Land. Your Bible and eager attention is all that is required.
Topical Lecture Series
Location: Memorial Chapel
Parenting with a View towards the Kingdom of God: In this 6 week class we will discuss the big goals of parenting as followers of Christ. Topics will include the habits that assist us in growing spiritually ourselves as well as practicing those in family life. Parents of all age children are encouraged to join us for this time of teaching, conversation and prayer.
On the Canterbury Trail
Location: Choir Rehearsal Room
An Introduction to the Christian Belief, the Sacraments, Worship and the Life of Prayer. This class serves as preparation for all adults who wish to be baptized and/or confirmed. » More info
Letters From The Pope – A Study of I & II Peter
Location: Great Hall Dining Room
Tradition tells us that Saint Peter was the first pope of the Christian Church. His two epistles found in the New Testament were written to the early churches in Asia Minor. It was a time of pending persecution and suffering that would shortly be experienced by those early believers. Saint Peter attempts to prepare them for the dark days ahead by urging them to maintain an eternal perspective and to stand firm in their own personal faith. Come see how God has and is using these epistles to strengthen and encourage His own.
Leader: Robert Perkins (email)