Bible Study, 9:30am Sundays: We're on hiatus for Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, but will be back at it again soon! Thank you to everyone who studied Ephesians together!
Queer Theology Book Club, on Google Meet & fellowship time IRL: Convened by Chris Badgett and Gail, this group starts 4/16 from 6:30-7:30pm. Next book: Black, Gay, British, Christian, Queer: The Church and the Famine of Grace by the Rev. J.A. Robinson-Brown. We've read Radical love: an introduction to queer theology by the Rev. Dr. Patrick Cheng, Queers the Word: a 40 Day Devotional by Brian Murphy and Fr. Shannon Kearns, and Queer virtue: what LGBTQ people know about life and love and how it can revitalize Christianity by Elizabeth Edman--looking forward to what is next! Email Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Gail (email@example.com) to let us know you will be joining us!
We are always recruiting co-facilitators for additional formation groups! Let Gail know if you would be interested!
Renew Class: we offer this class regularly (next one kicks off after Easter!), both in-person + virtual, to serve both as class for people seeking the rite of Confirmation or looking for a general orientation to the Episcopal Church's theology, worship, and devotional life. Email Gail at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up! Virtual option: knowing that we have a lot of different schedules out there AND we want people to get to know each other, as you sign up, let me know if you are doing the virtual option so I can pair you with someone else doing that too, to be a prayer partner and to go through the discussion/reflection questions together! Virtual class will be posted on YouTube and emailed out.
Here's what the first version of the class looked like:
The Rule of St. Benedict | YouTube & handout
Baptism & Confirmation | YouTube & handout
Book of Common Prayer | handout
Holy Eucharist | YouTube & handout
History of Faith | handout
Denomination, Communion, Polity | YouTube & handout
How to be a congregation | YouTube & handout
Relational Mission | handout
Follow along on our Psalm podcast, Trinity + LYH, a resource on reading the Psalms devotionally, on either Spotify or Apple Podcasts (currently on hiatus, perhaps it will return someday?)