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Adult Formation & Faith Forums

Every Sunday, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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FAITH FORUM:

Camp Heresy led by The Rev. Bill Murray, D. Min.
Meets in Inglett Hall...

What is heresy? How do we know if we believe the right thing (orthodoxy) or the wrong thing (heresy)? The history of theology in the church is a story of good folks wrestling with the nature of God and the world. The idea is to learn about our faith, explore what we do and do not believe, and have fun reflecting on Christian teaching and some wayward souls along the way.


IMPORTANT DATES
September 15       HIEC 2050 – Insight Sharing
September 22       HIEC 2050 – Insight Sharing
September 29       NEW STAFF WELCOME – No Forum Sunday School
October 6               Theology of Stewardship – Why Give?!
October 13             Outreach Sunday
Fall Break/Columbus Day Weekend
October 20             Theology of Stewardship – Why Give?!
October 27             Camp Heresy – Arianism
November 3          Camp Heresy – Macedonianism, Pneumtomachi
Daylight Savings Time Ends
November 10       Episcopal School, Celebrate 60 Years - NO Sunday School
November 17        HIEC 2050 – Sharing Session
November 24       Holiday Market – NO Sunday School
December 1           Thanksgiving Weekend – Advent Wreath Youth Event
December 8           Preparing for Christmas – The First Week
December 15         Preparing for Christmas – The First Week
December 22        NO Sunday School


FALL FORMATION OFFERINGS...

Adult Formation class led by Hayley Kelly & Buddy Crawford:
Meets in the Parlor...
Hayley Kelly and The Rev. Buddy Crawford will be leading a Sunday morning discussion on the book “A Theology of Worship,” by Louis Weil. This book will be our guide as we delve into the heart of our faith and worship and forms us into the image of Christ.

Faith and Fiction led by Sally Parsonson, Ph.D
Meets in the Large Conference Room by the Chapel...

The “Faith and Fiction” class began some years ago with the premise that we read literature as a way to understand our own stories. Short-story anthologies have proved an accessible format since each week’s story offers a discrete lesson. Short stories usually end with an implied question, leading to class discussion and, hopefully, enlightenment and understanding. Interested readers are invited to attend, and since each week’s class focuses on a different story assignment from an anthology, it is not essential to attend every week or to read the entire book to participate.
The following are dates that the Faith and Fiction group will not meet:
Sept 15 & 22, Oct 27, Nov 10, Dec 1-22, Jan 26, Feb 16, 

To see Sunday School/Formation info for children, click HERE

To see for youth, click HERE