Christian Education for Adults: Faith Forums & Online Bible Study

We offer a Faith Forum for adults almost every Sunday of the program year (mid-September through early June) at 9:30 a.m.

Faith Forums feature presentations and conversations on a variety of topics and led by those from the parish and elsewhere, along with and intergenerational events to which both adults and children are invited.

We also host an online Bible study for adults on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. (on Zoom).

The Monday evening online Bible study focuses on a particular theme or scripture for 4 to 6 weeks at a time, with a few weeks off between each session. Each Monday evening study is open to all adults, who are welcome to attend any or all sessions. There is no homework or preparation required. For more information and to get the Zoom link, contact the Reverend Margie Baker and/or subscribe to our e-newsletters.

Other adult education and formation programs include special programs, retreats, and book studies. To keep informed about what’s coming up, subscribe to our e-newsletters and/or read the announcements in the Sunday bulletin.

Youth Sunday and Parish Picnic

  May 22, 2022

Our annual Youth Sunday service celebrates our young members and all they offer to our parish community as choristers, layreaders, acolytes, and more. After the service, everyone is invited to stay for the annual parish picnic — rain or shine! Hot dogs, condiments, and beverages will be provided. If your last name starts with A–M, […]

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Garden Work Day

  June 4, 2022

Join us on Saturday, June 4, at 10 a.m. to tend to our community vegetable garden, and also plant some new perennials at Abraham’s Welcome — the new outdoor gathering space at the front of the church property. No gardening expertise is needed, and all ages are welcome! Kids under 16 need to be accompanied […]

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Pipes Alive! with Christa Rakich

  June 5, 2022

Our final Pipes Alive! of the 2021-2022 program year features Christa Rakich, our organ artist-in-residence. As a concert and recording artist, she performs widely throughout North America, Europe, and Japan. She is visiting professor of organ at Oberlin Conservatory. Free admission, with donations gratefully accepted.

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