Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Michaux House, Room 302
Are you looking to join the church, learn what it means to be an Episcopalian, or be baptized or confirmed as an adult? If so, you are invited to join this class, which is designed to provide a grounding in the three areas of Christian discipleship: worship, study, and service. It includes introductory material in the areas of theology, the Bible, church history, The Book of Common Prayer, the creeds, liturgy, and prayer. This class is also the required preparation for adults seeking baptism or confirmation and is recommended for those from other denominations who would like to join the Episcopal Church. The clergy will present a topical lecture each week, followed by small group work in which the night’s topic is discussed and the Bible is studied. The class convenes in two sessions in the fall and spring. Participants who attend either session may be baptized, confirmed, reaffirmed or received into the Episcopal Church when the bishop visits in the spring. The curriculum can be found here and an introductory letter from Carmen Germino and Hilary Streever is here.
Register below or contact Anita Lisk, 355-1779, ext. 313