In these Great Fifty Days of Easter, open yourselves to experience the power of God’s renewing and transforming Spirit. Seek out ways to continue to mature and flower as a beloved child of God. Let the healing power of the Risen Christ empower you to stretch and grow in newness of life.
Join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 for our Lenten Soup Supper Series focusing on The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life developed by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. Learn more about The Way of Love
How are we, as people of faith, called to care for the “least of these” in our community? Join us for our Second Saturday Study Group to learn how we are called to serve the “least of these” who suffer from hunger, homelessness and addiction. This series of discussions will be held on the second … [Read more…]
For many Christians, science and faith seem incompatible. Our Wednesday evening Soup Suppers and Lenten Study will provide an opportunity to discuss how and if we can reconcile faith and science in the 21st Century. Topics will include creation, time, genetics and the cosmos, all in relation to God. Soup Suppers and Lenten Study begin … [Read more…]
Like the apostles, we long to learn to pray as Jesus prayed: with faith, fire and fervency. Too often, however, we’re not sure how to begin, what to say, or even if our prayers will be heard and answered. This four-session discussion series will explore the four traditional forms of prayer: Praise, Petition, Intercession and … [Read more…]
By Linda Friern and Tony Bartlett, in The Fire of Peace © 1992, Pax Christi Let us pray that we may be set free from the chains of violence and war. Jesus the Christ, by your cross and resurrection…deliver us by your nonviolence and love…deliver us by your witness to truth…deliver us by your … [Read more…]
Join us at 9:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month as we delve deeper into topics important to the faith journey of all Christians. These one-hour discussion groups are informal and everyone is welcome to join us when your schedule permits. Our current discussion series focuses on C. S. Lewis’ masterwork, Mere Christianity. … [Read more…]