Our hope is that our adult education and program offerings will stir you to ask more question, seek more connection, and wonder how this life in Christ inspires us to love God and neighbor.


  • Paul Hinson, Vestry Liaison


Lenten Series: Discerning God’s Call in Community

Over the last several weeks, we have heard several parishioners reflect on their journey with God. During the season of Lent, the Adult Formation class moves from listening to individual stories to engaging the stories we share as members of the same community. As we discuss how God's calling impacts "the story of self, the story of us, and the story of now," we ask: what can be said of our collective vocation? What is the truth and the wisdom deep within us we can share? Who is God calling us to be in this place at this time? We hope you will strongly consider bringing yourself and your story into the circle of stories we are gathering this Lent. Let’s make space to reflect and discern the movement of God in our lives together as we prepare for Easter!

Sessions will be held Sunday mornings from 10:15–11:05 a.m.
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Meeting ID: 532 38 5901

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Living Contemplatively Spirituality Group

Mondays @ 11 a.m. through April 26


During Lent, the Living Contemplatively Spirituality Group is looking at Spiritual Lessons from Thomas Merton—a Cistercian monk who introduced 20th century Christians to the contemplative dimensions of Christianity.


We are looking at his life, his teachings on contemplative spirituality, on nature, on war and peace, racial justice, social justice, and our captivity to technology and consumerism, as well as his interest in the teachings of other religious traditions, particularly Buddhism, and what he might have to teach us about our own spiritual journeys. Email the Rev. Amy Dills-Moore if you would like to be part of the group.


Tract Rack

Our Tract Rack is located just inside the red doors of our church. These little booklets are for you to take home. A donation is requested, but if you don’t have the means at the time, please feel free to help yourself. There is a wide variety of well written and thoughtful short booklets. We hope you will use this resource in your daily devotions, spiritual journey, or just to consider questions you’ve always wanted to explore.

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