The class is from about 8:50 – 9:40 on Sunday mornings in the Library. Gnosticism: From Nag Hammadi to the Gospel of Judas. The class is 24 thirty min lectures by David Brakke, PhD, Joe R Engle Chair in the History of Christianity, Ohio State University. The course discusses in detail the gnostic myth from a variety […]
We will be reading A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head, and Calling Her Husband ‘Master’. All are welcome to join us! We meet in the library at 12:00 p.m. Bring your lunch! March 15– Chapter 2 & 3 (November & December) March 22– Chapter […]
The Fledglings Writing Group meets on Wednesday nights at 5:30pm in St. Peter’s library. All are welcome! Recommended Resource: One Year to a Writing Life: Twelve Lessons to Deepen Every Writer’s Art and Craft by Susan M. Tiberghien
10:00 am – Adult Forum (Library) Adult Forum is open to all members of the St. Peter’s community. We discuss various topics of interest to our members. Lecturers frequent our forum in person, but videos and books are also used. In those cases discussions are loosely led by a discussion leader. Past topics have included Pentecostalism, Quakerism, Protestantism, […]
Join us every Tuesday and Thursday for Morning Prayer at 7 am in the Side Chapel. Donuts and coffee provided by the Brotherhood of St. Andrew.
Episcopal Kids Community September-May on Wednesday nights 5:00-7:00pm, kids Pre-K-3rd grade are invited to gather for games, learning, scripture lessons, and creative activities. Please send a sack-supper with your child. For more information contact Jerusalem Greer, Minster to Children, Youth & Families. email@example.com
Join us for a great time of community and fun! September – May Children and youth from 5th Grade through High School are invited to gather for dinner, games, service projects and spiritual formation on Wednesday nights from 5-7pm in the Parish Hall. Parents may sign-up to provide a meal or send $5 per week […]
Centering Prayer The Centering Prayer Group meets on Monday mornings from 11:15 to 11:45 in the side chapel. We practice for 20 minutes followed with light discussion. Centering Prayer is a type of meditation prayer made popular by Thomas Keating. Information on Centering Prayer and Thomas Keating is widely available on the Internet. Any type […]
Education for Ministry (EFM) is a four-year program of study, one year spent in each of the following areas-Old Testament studies, New Testament studies, Church History, and Theology. The seminar group is the nucleus of the Education for Ministry program. A group consists of six to twelve participants and a trained mentor who meet weekly […]
Canterbury College Ministry offers an informal opportunity for students to explore, examine, and deepen their faith in a safe environment. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you won’t be alone. An organizational meeting is in the works with the date and time to be announced soon. Join us on Facebook.