Christian formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others, and all creation.
2023 Adult Formation Offerings
Sundays, 9am: Adult Forum
The journey through Lent into Easter is a journey with Jesus. We are baptized into his life, self-giving, and death; then, we rise in hope to life transformed. This Lent, communities are invited to walk with Jesus in his Way of Love and into the experience of transformed life. Together, we will reflect anew on the loving actions of God as recounted in the Easter Vigil readings. Together, we will walk through the depths of salvation history into the fullness of redemption.
Led by Deacon John and promoted by Bishop Curry, this program ties the Easter Vigil readings to the seven practices of the Way of Love. Each week lessons will be introduced, via video, and explored.
2 April – Session Six / WORSHIP: The Gathering of God’s People (Zephaniah 3:12-20)
26 March – Session Five / REST: The Valley of Dry Bones (Ezekiel 37:1-14)
19 March – Session Four / BLESS: A New Heart and a New Spirit (Ezekiel 36:24-28)
12 March – Session Three / LEARN: Learn Wisdom and Live (Proverbs 8:1-8, 19-21; 9:4b-6)
5 March – Session Two / PRAY: Israel’s Deliverance at the Red Sea (Exodus 14:10-15:1)
26 February – Session One / TURN: Dead to Sin, Alive in Christ (Romans 6:3-11)
Mondays, 4pm: Centering Prayer
Join us as we practice Centering Prayer together every Monday.
Tuesdays, 7pm: Bible Study
Our Tuesday Bible study is a chance to read from the Scriptures together and hold an informal discussion. No question is too basic, crazy, or off-topic! We pick a book of the Bible and read through it, one or two chapters a week (depending on genre), and see where the Spirit leads the discussion. Lead by Cole B.
“Formation” is the process of making Christian disciples, followers of Jesus. Sunday School (for all ages) is a piece of that process.
As Jesus was walking along, he saw Levi son of Alphaeus sitting at the tax booth, and he said to him, “Follow me.” And he got up and followed him. – Mark 2:14