Our Adult Education program has one goal: That we might grow more and more into the image of Christ, both as individuals and as Christ’s body, the Church. To that end we hope to provide a variety of classes and opportunities taught by gifted teachers.
January 7 - May 13
This Semester's topic is The Grace of God.
Enjoy a cup of coffee in the Parish Hall as various speakers talk about their experience and understanding of the grace of God in their lives.
Faithfulness & Holiness:
The Witness of JC Ryle
January 7 - February 11
One hundred years after the death of Bp Ryle, JI Packer wrote Faithfulness and Holiness: The Witness of JC Ryle. Join Hank Wall in the South Transept to study Ryle’s teaching on holiness and sanctification, which remain as fresh today as ever. Labeled a “fundamentalist” by his own Church, the difficulties of Ryle’s life, and his faithfulness to Christ through them, still speak to us today.
January 14 - February 8
Confirmation is a spiritual "mile marker." In confirmation, God confirms our faith, completes our union with his "holy, catholic Church," and strengthens us by his Spirit to love and serve him. This is a short, intensive course for adults and children who have not yet been confirmed. Participants will work through the ACNA catechism together, with a special focus on problems that inquirers face in coming to faith, and on the uniqueness of the Anglican tradition. Those who have attended all four classes will be confirmed during Bishop Wood’s visit to the church on Sunday, February 11.
Cota talk Feature guest
We invite our Disciplship Weekend speaker, Katelyn Beaty, to share with us during our Christian Education Hour. She will recap her weekend and offer a question and answer time.