Adult Forum

Christian formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others, and all creation.

Autumn 2021 Adult Formation Offerings

All adult formation offerings are taking place online until further notice.

Sundays, 6-7.30pm: Bible Study – Isaiah
Join us as we engage with the prophet Isaiah. Reading (or listening to the podcast) during the week will be discussed at weekly conversations ending in Compline.

Our tentative reading schedule:

  • 19 Sept: Ch. 1-4
  • 26 Sept: Ch. 5-6
  • 3 Oct: Ch. 7-12
  • 10 Oct: Ch. 13-23
  • 17 Oct: Ch. 24-27
  • 24 Oct: Ch. 28-35
  • 31 Oct: Ch. 36-39
  • 7 Nov: Ch. 40-42
  • 14 Nov: Ch. 43-48
  • 21 Nov: Ch. 49-55
  • 28 Nov: Thanksgiving weekend – no class meeting
  • 5 Dec: Ch. 42, 49, 50, 52-53
  • 12 Dec: Ch. 56-59
  • 19 Dec: Ch. 60-66

Mondays, 4pm: Centering Prayer
Join us as we practice Centering Prayer together every Monday.

Mondays, 7pm: Book Group – St. Augustine’s Confessions
We read a chapter (or so) each week and meet to discuss on Monday nights.
Due to changes in the schedules of participants, this Book Group is on hold indefinitely. That doesn’t mean you can’t assemble another group around another book!

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. Currently studying: Daniel.

Past Class Recordings

Seeking History with Christian Eyes (Summer 2021)
This down-to-earth online workshop, facilitated by Jonathan Wilson, is recommended for history enthusiasts, history non-enthusiasts, readers of historical fiction, students, genealogists, social activists, or anyone else who wants to see the past from a fresh perspective.
Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3

“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