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 fall 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 Fall 2018
The Episcopal Way - in the Conference Room
Lead Teachers Patrick Gahan, Garnett Wietbrock, John & Susan Thompson. This eight-session conversational class takes a comprehensive look at the unique, colorful, challenging, and uplifting Episcopal tradition. Each week we’ll engage questions such as What’s the Real History of the Episcopal Church? Why is Worship So Important to Episcopalians? How is the Episcopal Church Organized and Governed? Is the Bible Important to Episcopalians? This class can lead to Confirmation in the Episcopal Church when Bishop Lillibridge visits on November 18.
The Path: A Journey Through the Bible - in the Parish Hall
Brien Koehler, Bob Weston, Marthe Curry, Scott Rose, and Harry Parker will lead you on a journey of Bible discovery. Whether you are new to Bible reading or a veteran with years of experience, THE PATH will be a fine way to develop or sharpen your understanding of the whole sweep of the Bible story, from beginning to end. Each week’s journey is complete in itself. If you miss a week, you will be able to pick up the next week without a problem. You will read from the Bible translation you like best, and you will need less than a half hour to prepare for each week’s journey. There will be something for everyone in this fast-moving survey of Bible content from Genesis to Revelation. Fall classes will include Adam & Eve, Cain & Abel, Noah, Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Joshua, Samson & Delilah and more! Download the current chapter reading.
The Model of Marriage - in the FMC Tomlin Room
Christ Episcopal Church is passionate about marriage and wants to engage with anyone desiring to champion the cause for healthy marriages. Marriage is important to the family. Marriage is important to the church. Marriage is important to society. Scott and Susanna Kitayama are starting a Marriage/Parenting class, The Model of Marriage, which will begin this fall. Come join the discussion.
The Way of Love & 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 discussion on living in The Way of Love. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has called all of us into the Jesus Movement and The Way of Love. Join us for Bible Study, discussion and reflection on how to love in our daily lives, deepening our faith as we do it.