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Open Minds, Full Hearts. 

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A path of discipleship sets out a life-long journey of growth and maturing as a follower of Jesus through a set of practices that draw us more deeply into the heart of God and community and back out into the world. A path of discipleship is both individual and community oriented and offers practices differentiated along a path of growing faith. Considering joining one of our groups or Bible studies.


Men of Holy Innocents Retreat | April 21-23 

This year's theme is Bad Boys of the Bible: Lessons on Power, Leadership & Love. Our Vicar the Rev. Stewart Lucas will lead us through the stories of some selected “bad Boys” with strange accounts of good and bad, obedience and failure. We’ll explore and learn from their contexts of leadership and their challenges of character as we attempt to work on behalf of God and God’s people.
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Men of Holy Innocents

Third Fridays 7:30-8:30 AM, Frost Youth Center

A great way to connect with other guys. Hospitality and lively discussion as well as breakfast. All men are welcome and invited to attend! Contact Charles Crosby to learn more. 

Men's Dinner and Book Club

Second Tuesdays, Every other month 6:30-9:00 PM

The Men’s Dinner and a Book group meet to discuss a book of the groups choosing. Each meeting is hosted by a different member. Contact Jeremy Webber to learn more. 


Women's Wisdom Circle

Mondays 8:30-9:30 AM

Start your week with authentic, in-depth conversation in the light of wisdom sayings from throughout the ages. We invite you to share the questions, challenges  and thanksgiving of our lives. The Wisdom Circle is open; so come as it fits into your schedule and bring a friend. Visit the Women's Wisdom Circle Blog for more info and to get connected. Contact Abbie Hittauer to learn more


Prayer Shawl Ministry

First Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 PM

Open to all, the Prayer Shawl Ministry offers a chance for service to others as well as a time for socializing. Contact Kathie Larkin to learn more.

Reading Connections (Women's Book Club)

Second Mondays 6:00-7:30PM

Have you ever read a book and then wanted to discuss and hear other's thoughts and opinions on it?  Share your impression of books, ask questions, provoke new ideas about relationships, humor, opportunities, the world, and our own aspirations!
 Contact Kit Reedy to learn more. 


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