Sundays from 10 - 10:50 AM
Christ Episcopal Church believes in life-long Christian formation. Therefore, we offer Christian education for all ages, all days of the week, throughout the year. Below are our offerings for the spring semester.
“I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” - Philippians 3:14
adult sunday school SUMMER 2019
Churches of St. Paul: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly - in the Parish Hall
Led by Brien Koehler, this one-of-a-kind (and only at Christ Church) seven-part series will look at the New Testament churches founded by Saint Paul. We will learn a little history, a little geography, and we will look at the problems that required a letter from St. Paul to set it all straight. Corinth, Ephesus, Colossae and more! Open to anyone (at least high school age) and all are welcome. Sunday mornings June 9 - July 21. Download this week's lesson outline here.
Christ Church 2.0 - In the Conference Room
2.0 & 3.0 Redux — Time for change! "After teaching the the subject matter of Christ Church 2.0 and 3.0 most every Sunday for 15 years, I am significantly reforming the courses,” announced Patrick Gahan. “During those 15 years, I have refashioned the courses three different times, but this will be a bold leap forward. We’ll have the same great faculties, but our text books will change. Christ Church 2.0’s only textbook will be the Holy Bible, and Christ Church 3.0’s text will be the Book of Common Prayer. We are going to become adept at using the two great books we have been given. Newcomers will be given priority admission, followed by parish leaders — Vestry, Ministry heads, servant leaders, Prayer and Bible Study leaders, and then the parish membership. This is not a drop-in or a come-and-go class. If interested, contact Monica Elliott, my Administrative Assistant, at email@example.com or 210-736-3132.” 2.0 classes begin Sunday, June 30.
Coffee Talk - in Room 246
The Well, Christ Church’s 20s - 40s group, will continue their monthly guest speaker series at Coffee Talk. The other Sundays, Justin Lindstrom will lead a Bible study and discussion based on the lectionary.