“The Core of Liberation Theology” on May 11 and
“How Episcopalian is Liberation Theology?” on May 25
Parish Hall 2
Come Grow in our understanding of how to be Christ’s Church today! Dr. Don Compier presents a duet of classes. Liberation Theology is a movement that seeks to articulate theology from the perspective of the sufferer, the oppressed, or the poor. This topic offers any faith community powerful challenges about how to be the Church in the world.
A Day in Education For Ministry
Classes through May, 9:50-10:30 am
Parish Hall 3
Have you heard of the EFM program? It is a great opportunity for fellowship and a deeper faith life. We’re offering an opportunity to try out EFM style classes (and alumnae are welcome to come back for old time’s sake!). EFM uses great reflection tools to connect to theology, and grounds the study of scripture and tradition in the life of the community. Please feel free to come try it out between the services through May!
Thursdays through May
7-8:30 pm in the Assembly Room
Have you had a big change in life, or are you getting ready to go through one? Transitions are a big part of our lives, and can be deeply spiritual times. We are gathering a group to talk about them together on Thursdays evenings through May. This group will meet and talk about transitions, using material from William Bridges’ book, Transitions, for guidance. Parish member Beth Dubeck will lead classes, and sessions will be from 7:00-8:30 pm. We’ll use the time to talk about how transitions affect us and how they give us opportunities to become more of who God invites us to be in our lives. For more info contact Fr Ben.
May 8th: Transitions in Relationships
May 15: Endings
May 22: The Neutral Zone
May 29: New Beginnings