Dinner with the Disciples
There are interesting things about each of the disciples. They were ordinary guys and Jesus said, “Follow me.” They had wives and families and jobs. What do you suppose they thought about and discussed when Jesus called them? Join these upcoming sessions and we will explore what we know and have fun imagining the rest! The group begins June 25 and will last 6 weeks. Sign-up here.
Pastor’s Book Study: For All Who Hunger
Emily Scott never planned on becoming a pastor. But when she started a church for misfits that met over dinner in Brooklyn, she discovered an unlikely calling–and an antidote to modern loneliness. Over a series of poignant and often funny stories, Emily explores how small acts of connection hold more power than we realize in a time when our differences are being weaponized. Join us for a 4-week discussion beginning June 23. Sign up here. Books can be ordered and shipped from Amazon and Politics & Prose.
Building the Beloved Community
As part of St. Paul’s effort to respond to racial injustice and grow a community of reconcilers, justice-makers, and healers in our community, Cami Caudill is facilitating a discussion group on Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book, Between the World and Me. While the book is currently on back order on Amazon, it can be purchased for pick-up and delivery from Politics & Prose or Barnes & Noble. This is the first step of an ongoing journey for our parish. Email Cami for dates and to sign-up.
THE BIG QUESTIONS
This 4-week class, which is held every spring, is perfect those who would like to take a closer look at the Episcopal Church, the Christian faith, and those considering membership. (Attending the class does not obligate you to membership.) This class also fulfills the requirements for confirmation or reception and is held every spring.
- What does my faith mean to me?
- What is distinct about the Episcopal Church?
- How do I make sense of the Bible?
- How can I participate in the church and the world with the gifts God has given me?