Godly Play for Grownups
Sunday, April 28, 9:45am
Led by Alexis Sheehan
Come and learn about Godly Play! This way of children's formation is based upon the recognition that children have an innate sense of the presence of God. All they lack is the appropriate language to help them identify and express it so it can be explored and strengthened. The Godly Play approach teaches classical Christian language in a way that enhances the child’s authentic experience of God so it can contribute to the creative life of the child and the world.
Wednesdays In Lent, “Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount”
Wednesdays in Lent - April 3 & 10 - 6pm - 8pm
We will meet in the Undercroft for dinner at 6pm. Programming will begin at 6:45pm.
Want to learn more about the Beatitudes? What does it really mean to “turn the other cheek” or “go the extra mile”? What did Jesus have to say about Anger and Enemies? This Wednesday evening program promises to be formative and enlightening for everyone.
Stations of the Cross follow each program at 8pm.
Bible Study with the Rector – Wednesdays at noon. Please join us each week as we share God’s word together. This year, we are reading 1 Corinthians.
Centering Prayer – Saturdays, 9-10:30am, in the Library. (Prayer Time 9 – 9:30, learning and discussion 9:30 – 10:30). All are welcome to come, and participate! No commitment is required - feel free to drop in for just one session (or just come for prayer time). Contact [email protected] with any questions.
Men’s Group Sundays at 7:30am. This is a great opportunity to connect with other guys in the church on a weekly basis, as well as explore some of the deeper questions around faith. If you would like to know more about this group, feel free to email Paul, [email protected].
Men’s Bible Study - Mondays, 7am to 8am, St. Paul’s Lounge We read the bible together, starting with the Gospel of Mark, distill its teachings. and take our discoveries into our daily lives. This is a great way to prepare for the week! We being at 7am sharp and end at 8am. Please join us! For more information, contact the Rev. Ted Babcock (717) 360-7662 .