Adult Christian Formation Offerings
View the weekly Lectionary readings.
Sunday Morning Lecture Series
Join us for weekly lectures on a variety of topics. Past topics have included, The Prophets of the Old Testament, Where Jungian Psychology and Christian Spirituality Intersect, or The Seven Deadly Sins. These lectures are led by university or seminary professors, spiritual directors, clergy, or other professional guest speakers. Meets at 10:25 a.m. in Crail C on the second floor. Listen to all of our recent lectures and podcasts. Contact Rebecca Hall for more information.
April 23: The Rev. Dr. Cynthia Kittredge, Dean of Seminary of the Southwest and New Testament scholar, will speak on “Resurrection in the Gospel of Mark”
Join with other young adults (20’s/30’s) for a weekly discussion of scripture or a theological topic. Location: Crail A, Contact Amy Moehnke for more information.
Men’s Bible Study
We are a small group of men who gather to read scripture and apply it to our lives. People with any level of exposure to scripture are welcome. Contact Mark Baker for more information.
Parenting in Connection
Parenting in Connection is a peer led parenting support group that addresses relevant topics for the modern family. We believe we are more successful as parents when we have a space to connect with others who grapple with similar parenting challenges on a day to day basis. Past topics of interest: gratitude, technology, terminal illness + grief, the holiday season, cooperation, national tragedies, and healthy spirituality. The facilitator rotates each week and the forum is casual with lots of opportunity for dialogue and questions. This group meets September – May. Location: Vestry Conference Room, Contact Amelia Canally. In the summer, it meets for coffee in Sumners Hall at 10:25 a.m.
Learn the basics of The Episcopal Church and become familiar with St. David’s. This class is offered periodically throughout the year. Location: Guild Room. Contact the Rev. Katie Wright for more information.
For writers and hopefuls. 1 p.m. in the Library. For more information, contact Jenny Meadows.