Our adult education programs offer a wide
variety of classes and programs for learners of all ages, including:
Any and all are welcome to join in our
bible study group at any time.You
do not need to have any prior biblical knowledge to join – all that is
required is an inquiring mind!We
are currently in the process of considering starting a second bible study
group, which would meet in the morning or early afternoon – please let us
know if you would be interested in attending!
Class – Thursdays,
This class is designed to meet the needs
of students who may wish to be confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church,
or who simply wish to know more about what it means to be an Episcopalian.Topics covered include: worship, the
history of the Episcopal Church, and biblical basics, with an emphasis on
examining what it means to live as a Christian and an Episcopalian in our
current tumultuous culture.
101 – offered on a rotating basis, according to interest
These classes meet for 4 weeks and
investigate what it means to be Episcopalian by examining in brief our Anglican
heritage, musical traditions, rich worship offerings, theology, and ways of
life that all contribute answers to the age-old question “Why be
Forums/Discussion Groups – offered on an occasional basis, according to
Adult forums and discussion groups are
held on a wide variety of topics on an occasional basis throughout the year,
and weekly during Lent.Our next
forum is scheduled for Sunday, October 13th, after the service, and will feature our own Pat Ryan leading
a discussion on our relationship to the Earth.If you have interest in a particular
topic that you wish to discuss, please let us know!
Please contact Chris Delaney, our Christian Education vestry leader at:
610-688-5979 or email@example.com
or Jessica Davis, our Director of Christian Education and Youth Ministries at
610-688-4830 or firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions or suggested topics for future study.