ADULT EDUCATION

EPISCOPALIANS 101.

Starting February 2nd, Every Sunday, Rev Fanny will lead a discussion class after the service to learn more about the Episcopal Church: Its History, the way we worship, how we read the Bible, what are the church’s teachings, how do we define our spirituality, how the church is governed and organized, how we understand its mission. The class is open to all. We’ll start from scratch so it’s especially recommended for newcomers and youth, if you wish to be received or confirmed in the Episcopal Church, but this is also a class for lifelong members who want to learn more about their faith and traditions, and question anew rites and language they’ve gotten used to.

For references, the class is based on the book “Welcome to the Episcopal Church” By Christopher L. Webber and “Looking at the Episcopal Church” by Willam Sydnor. You don’t need to read the books to attend the class.

The class will take place in the library on Sundays from 11:00am to 11:30am – unless otherwise announced. Feel free to bring your snack and coffee.

LENTEN PROGRAM

Wednesday, March 4, Lenten Study begins. Each week, we will start with a Bread and Soup supper at 6:00 PM. The study goes from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. The dates are March 4, 11,18, 25, and April 1. We will be using Daily Discipleship for Lent Year A. Copies will be provided each week.

The study will be co-hosted with Hope Lutheran Church and co-led by Pastor Karis and Rev Fanny. All sessions will take place at Christ Church Clinton.