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Lenten Series:

A Tale of Two Continents: How the Episcopal Church Came to Be. Join us in the Chapel from 7:00 pm until 8:15 pm on Wednesdays during Lent of 2015. 2/25 The TuDors and Company; 3/ 4 Double R’s- Rome vrs Reformed; 3/11- Coming to America; 3/18 Americans are Awesome; 3/25 They are Anglican?

Advent Challenge:

Reading the Oldest -- This Advent, members of the congregation are being challenged to read the oldest letter in the New Testament, 1 Thessalonians, as well as the oldest Gospel, Mark. Reverend Sharon is available at Noon on Sundays to discuss the readings assigned for each week.

Download the Advent Challenge.

Future Offerings:

Lent: The 10 Commandments- are they helpful to Christians?

Summer: The Lord's Prayer- What does this prayer mean?

Previous offerings:

Summer: Ministry that deepens your understanding of the Eucharist

Lent: How to open the Bible and Old Testament Stories that shape our Christianity.

Advent Series on C. S. Lewis: For three nights in Advent (December 4th, December 11th, and December 19th) we will have a series “C.S. Lewis grounds us for Advent.” C.S. Lewis was an atheist who realized that his lack of faith did not make sense in today’s world. He began to explore the Christian Faith as an Oxford professor during WWII who taught the classics. He wrote a series of radio presentations that chronicled how he became Christian and this work became the book “Mere Christianity.” His most famous series was “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.” His work speaks to an age where it is fashionable to profess a lack of faith. We have bought a Daily Advent Reflection leaflet for the congregation to use and invite everyone to enjoy writings that are amusing, profound, and reflective in his work to gain faith.

Learning How to Pray: In July of 2013, a four-session study on the practice of prayer was held. We explored many different kinds of prayer, and tried various prayer practices together in order to expand our own prayer lives, and to discover the wide array of prayer practices available to us, including Centering Prayer, praying with Icons, praying with beads, meditative prayer, and mental prayer, to name a few.

Opening the Prayer Book: In May of 2013, we had a four-session study on the Book of Common Prayer. We explored it's content, theology, use, and discovered some of the many ways the Book of Common Prayer shapes who we are as Christians, and provides us with a framework for how to develop our own prayer lives.