Figuring out the order (not the ordo!) of the Episcopal service. What comes where and why? Ask them about the mystery of the 'floating sanctus.' Lots of head-scratching and laughter on this one........but they got it right!!!

This video series featuring the multi-talented Biblical scholar Beth Moore

 began on Sunday, October 6 in Fleming Hall immediately following our morning worship service. This is an 11 session series that will be offered every Sunday of the month EXCEPT the third Sunday. This series concludes on Sunday, January 5 and is open to participation by the public. .

Sundays at 9:00am in Fleming Hall


​This book study will introduce us to the realities of Jesus that we may not know or perhaps have forgotten. This study will run concurrently with Option 1. You may attend either one or both as you would like. Books will be provided. This session will meet every Sunday morning EXCEPT the third Sunday of the month and will conclude simultaneously with Option 1 on January 5, 2020.  

​​Sunday School for younger children - ​We are in the process of establishing a Sunday School Program for younger children. In the meantime, we welcome our young children to worship with us and participate in our Sunday morning service. We encourage active participation in our service by all our children. 

OPTION 1.

OPTION 2

Snapshots from our class on 

"What it Means to Be an Episcopalian?"


About the Author
RICHARD ROHR is a globally recognized ecumenical teacher whose work is grounded in Christian mysticism, practices of contemplation and self-emptying, and compassion for the marginalized. He is a Franciscan priest of the New Mexico province and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, where he also serves as academic dean of the Living School for Action and Contemplation. The Center publishes his "Daily Meditations," free reflections emailed to hundreds of thousands around the world. Fr. Richard is the author of many books, including the bestsellers Falling Upward, The Naked Now, and, most recently, The Divine Dance. His work has been featured on Oprah's "SuperSoul Sunday", Krista Tippett's "On Being", and in the New York Times.


"Here Fr. Richard helps us to see and hear Jesus of Nazareth in what he taught, what he did and who he is-the loving, liberating and life giving expression and presence of God. In so doing he is helping Christianity to reclaim its soul anew."                                                                                                              -Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in America
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Confirmation Classes for Youth and Adults- Confirmation Classes will be offered to interested young people and adults upon request. They are designed to meet the needs of young adults assuming responsibility for their own Baptismal vows and for any adult who is considering being formally received into the Episcopal Church.  Please speak to Rev. Liz to register.