Adult Sunday Morning Christian Education

Sunday Morning Talk
Adult Ed Meredith Jones

Rector's class

Incarnation and Trinity

Father Michael will be leading a two-week class (May 13 & 20) on the two great mysteries of Christianity, the Incarnation and the Trinity.
What was Jesus? What is the true nature of God?

Class will be after breakfast in the parish hall from 9:30-10:15.

If you have any questions, e-mail Father Michael

Sunday Adult Education Round Table

This Sunday we will begin a study of The Dream of God: A Call to Return by Verna Dozier. This book is a challenge for Christians to envision and claim the dream of God for us “to follow Jesus and not merely worship him.” Our study of God’s vision for God’s creation will be for six weeks (April 22 – May 27). Books are available ($14) in class or by ebook. For more information or if you questions, you may text or call David Starling at (850) 712-0977 or email This class meets upstairs in Rm. 32 of the Christian Education Building. Led by David Starling.

Living the Good News

Join us when we continue to explore the meaning of Biblical texts, primarily the Gospel, and uncover the deeper meaning of how the Word Made Flesh still operates in our own lives. In discovering the power of the Word, we hope that participants will prayerfully read the Bible on a daily basis to discover how it can speak to each of us individually. This class meets in the Parlor. Led by Dr. Dick Hooper.

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.