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.
Adults, join us this fall in the newly remodeled Adult Formation Center, which is on the second floor of the Administration Building. Freshly prepared breakfast tacos and hot coffee await you, along with the promise of new insights and new friends
“Walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself for us, an offering and sacrifice to God.” - Ephesians 5:2
adult sunday school fall 2019
Christ Church 3.0 - In the Red Room 226
Episcopalians are well known for the Book of Common Prayer, yet most of us feel intimidated by our esteemed book. The able faculty for Christ Church 3.0 will lead you to not only investigate the BCP’s contents, but also begin to use it in the reordering of your lives. If interested, contact Monica Elliott, Rector’s Administrative Assistant, at email@example.com or 210-736-3132.
@1010Sunday - in the Blue Room 229
Major Messages from Minor Prophets...six weeks beginning September 8. An introduction to a dozen short but important books of Old Testament prophecy. Taught by a team led by Bob Weston, and including Brien Koehler, Scott Rose, and Marthe Curry. Then, four weeks on the mystery of prayer, with testimony and teaching by Christ Church prayer warriors. This series will be coordinated by Harry Parker, and complements the visit by Gordon T. Smith on December 1 as the Parker Lecture Series guest.
Christian parenting - in the Orange Room 233
For the fall, the parenting class will focus on the book Dial Down the Drama by Colleen O’Grady. New ways of communicating with your children will be discussed. The class is led by Scott and Susanna Kitayama.
The Well - in Room 246
The Well, Christ Church’s 20s - 40s group, gathers on Sundays for Coffee Talk to deepen our faith related to our lives focusing on how Jesus calls us into a radical way of life and love. We do this through Bible Study, revisiting our Episcopal traditions and hearing guest speakers share their faith. The group is led by Justin Lindstrom.
College Ministry - in the Green Room 225
The College Ministry will be reading, studying and discussing Welcome to Adulting by JP Pokluda. Adulting is hard. But sometimes we make it harder than it has to be. This study lays out a roadmap for how to navigate life as an adult addressing topics like friendships and dating, career and money management, interpersonal conflict, controlling anxiety, and discovering your purpose on this earth. Anyone struggling to find a footing in the world of adult life will welcome this witty, non-patronizing guide