Belonging, Becoming, and Believing
Are you new here at All Saints? Been coming for a while, but still have lots of questions about what this “Episcopal” church is all about? Would you like a deeper understanding of our worship and why we do what we do? If so, then Episcopal 101 is for you! If you’ve already participated in Episcopal 101 but want to go deeper, please join Episcopal 102; if you want a review, then take 101 again!
Our next Episcopal 101 and 102 will meet on Wednesday, November 8 from 7:00-9:00pm. Both groups will start in the parish hall and will center their conversation on the topic of belonging. How do we experience belonging in our lives and at church? When we say, we belong to a faith community, what does that mean for us? The 101 group will begin with our own backgrounds of church (or no church), take a broad look at the Christian church, and then explore in more detail how the Episcopal church understands its mission and the ways it is organized to fulfill that mission. The 102 group will take a deeper dive into the polity and structure of the Episcopal Church. We will end our time with prayer.
Sign up here. The sign-up form includes a place to note topics or questions you want to make sure we cover in the class.