Adult Sunday Morning Christian Education

Sunday Morning Talk
Adult Ed Meredith Jones

Rector's class

Dying Well

Our faith tells us that in death we are reborn, but we leave
our loved ones to grieve and handle all the loose ends.
One of the greatest gifts that we can give is to plan for a good death. Christ Church will have a special class where we learn about dying well.
This class is for people of all ages.

January 6 How to talk about death as a Christian Dr. Don Winslett & Father Michael
January 13 Planning your funeral Tanner Morris (Harper Morris Funeral Home) CCP Clergy
January 20 Medical Power of Attorney, Living Wills & End of Life Questions Dr. Ed Rogers & Keri Riggs (social worker), Joe Boyles
January 27 No class ~ Annual Parish Meeting
February 3 Estate Planning: Why everyone needs a will Richard Sherrill & Richard Turner
February 10 How then shall we live? Rev. Katie & Father Michael

This class will meet after breakfast in the Parish Hall from 9:30-10:15.

For more information contact Father Michael or Rev. Katie.

Adult Christian Formation Roundtable

David Starling will facilitate a class whose purpose is to become better disciples of Christ by living in love and harmony with others and the creation. We do this through the study and discussion of scripture, current theology and how as Christians we can respond to the personal and social issues every human confronts.

This class meets upstairs in Room 32 of the Christian Education Building.

For more information contact David Starling (850) 712-0977 or

Lectionary Class

Easter is the capstone of the Christian year, a time of joy and celebration. Come and experience these resurrection times in the Lectionary Class.  As disciples, we have discovered in Advent, Epiphany and Lent what Jesus’ life and death mean in our own times.  Now let us learn about his resurrection so that we can discern more about our own lives in Christ.
This class is held in the Parlor. Led by Dick Hooper.

This class meets in the Parlor.

Sunday Centering Prayer Group (Ongoing)

Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer, in which we experience God’s presence within us.  We begin by taking a few minutes to go over the basic guidelines of the practice for anyone who is new.  We then sit together in the 20-minute prayer period, followed by a brief time for sharing and intercessory prayer.  All are welcome — newcomers and experienced practitioners.  This class meets in the Centering Prayer room on the administrative hallway.  The facilitator is Joan White.