Every Sunday, from 01/07/2018 to 03/18/2018, 10:10 AM - 11:00 AM
ADULT FORMATION UPDATES: On February 11, Bob Dannals will speak about “Top Ten Things I’ve Learned While at Holy Innocents’.” A series for Lent - “Journey Inward, Journey Outward: Movements of the Spiritual Life” - will run from February 18 to March 18 and feature The Rev. Dr. Bob Dannals, The Rev. Martha Sterne, Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright, and The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins as speakers.
“Top Ten Things I’ve Learned While at Holy Innocents’ Church”
February 11 - Bob Dannals
"Journey Inward, Journey Outward: Movements of the Spiritual Life”
February 18-March 18 - Series for Lent
The Christian pilgrimage means living one day at a time as though Jesus were near, near in time, near in place, the source of our motives, our speech, our character, our service. This series will explore the various movements of God’s Spirit, transforming us from one place of living to another.
“Moving from Hostility to Hospitality”
February 18 - The Rev. Dr. Bob Dannals
February 25: No class
“Blessings on the Journey”
March 4 - The Rev. Martha Sterne
“Moving from Darkness into the Light”
March 11 - Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright
“Moving from Brokenness to Wholeness”
March 18 - The Rev. Dr. Bill Harkins
April 1: Easter Day. No class.
“Responding to the Resurrection: Putting Our Easter Faith to Work”
April 8 through May 13
There is great evidence in the resurrection narratives that there was an emerging transformation as Jesus’ community began to encounter the risen Christ. Once beyond the immediate drama of Easter morning, the disciples began to ask, “What’s next?” During this season, we will explore the Easter narratives with a focus on the response of the Christian community, both then and now.
“Responding to the Resurrection”
April 8 through 15
The Rev. Dr. Donna Mote
Episcopal Chaplain - Airport Ministries
Hartsfield International Airport, Atlanta
“Practicing Resurrection: Putting Our Easter Faith to Work”
April 22, 29 and May 6, 13
Dr. Kyle Lambelet, Visiting faculty in Christianity and Culture
at Emory's Candler School of Theology
SMALL GROUP OFFERINGS:
Buddy Crawford’s series on the Gospel of John, held in Christ Chapel: The gospel of John is one of the most popular, beloved, and most quoted books in the new testament. This class will explore how the author tells the story of Jesus through Jewish imagery, festivals, and holy days. Classes begin again March 11.
Faith and Fiction:
This class, led by Sally Parsonson, Ph.D. in the large conference room, discusses evidences of faith in fiction. We read a story from an anthology of short fiction and discuss on Sunday morning how the author’s vision pulls us into a story and illuminates our own experiences of religion and spiritual values. The anthology will be available for purchase in class. (Class dates are: Sundays, January 14 through March 18.)