What matters to me as your minister is that you continue to grow spiritually, to ask hard questions of yourself and of God, and to experience fellowship with other Christians in a small-group setting and outside of worship on Sunday.
And so that’s what I’d like to invite you to spend some time doing with me this Lent.
(The group will be limited to no more than six participants, so let me know soon if you’re interested.)
Over the course of Lent and into Holy Week we will meet in the vicarage to study and pray together. Light, convivial refreshments will be served.
Here’s what I have in mind for us to study and talk about together:
Week 1: Right and wrong as a clue to the meaning of the universe
Week 2: What Christians believe
Week 3: Miracles
Week 4: What to do with the Bible
Week 5: The Episcopalian way of being Christian
The course will culminate by attending the Easter Vigil together as a group at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Holy Saturday.
For those of you who feel so called, I will be happy to present you to the bishop for baptism, confirmation, or to be received into the Episcopal Church from another denomination. The rest of us will be there to cheer you on!
Please let me know as soon as you can if you’re interested. Click here to sign up and to indicate a day/time preference. Remember, the study is limited to six participants to foster engagement and preserve a small-group dynamic. However, if there is enough interest, I can run two groups on separate nights. (We’ll figure out which nights once I know who’s interested.)
I look forward to sharing this time with you.
P.S. Remember to click here to sign up.