Adults and older teens are invited to join any of our education programs. Due to COVID-19 concerns, we are offering zoom and in-person classes at this time.
Episcopal Church 101 – Wednesdays, 6-7 via Zoom (Coming Soon)
Who are Episcopalians and what do we believe? Why are people crossing themselves? Why is the Eucharist/Communion important in our lives? Why do people call God “he” or “she." These questions and more are considered in this fun 6-week class. Contact Mother Cynthia if you would like to join.
Rector’s Bible Study
This group meets weekly to study and discuss the Bible. We look at a variety of sources to inform how we read and are shaped by the holy scriptures.
Education For Ministry
"Education for Ministry (EfM)" is a program of personal renewal and spiritual transformation based upon individual study and practice.
Deeply rooted in the Christian tradition, yet open to all, EfM invites us to engage in study, worship, and theological reflection. Guided by trained mentors, participants meet each week in a small group setting for a period of 2.5-3 hours.
Over the course of nine months, group members are invited to connect more deeply with God and our role in bringing God’s healing love to a hurt and broken world.
New groups begin in September and run through mid-May.
Please visit http://efm.sewanee.edu/ to learn more about the EfM program.
Interested in participating? Contact Mother Cynthia via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Previous classes: Making Prayer Beads, Painted Prayers. Instructed Eucharist