Adult Education

Adult Education

Growing our spiritual lives is one of the primary benefits of being a part of a church community. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have moved most of our formation activities online for everyone’s safety. We don’t stop growing and learning during these unusual times; the way we do this just has changed until it is safe for us to meet together in person. Growth happens when we aren’t even paying attention sometimes. But paying attention, reflecting with others, allows our spiritual growth to take root in our lives and impact both our own and our community’s life. To receive the Zoom links to these programs, please send an email to the church office. Here is what is currently happening:

Adult forum

Adult Forums at 10am Sundays via Zoom

We explore a variety of topics in our Sunday morning gathering through lectures, Bible study, discussion, and guest speakers. Drop-in anytime online.

To receive the Zoom link, please send an email to the church office. 


First Friday Book Group Fall 2020 – Spring 2021

The First Friday Book Group will meet the first Friday of the month at 7pm via Zoom to explore spiritual themes in selected books. All are welcome to join us. The selections for this year include:

October 2The Woman’s Hour by Elaine Weiss (Anna Laymon presenter) – DON’T MISS THIS GATHERING:  Author Elaine Weiss will be our special guest from 7pm-7:30pm.

November 6The Book of Common Prayer: A Biography by Alan Jacobs (Sandy Hussey presenter)
December 4White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo (Karen Wilson Roman presenter)

January 8, 2021Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel DeFoe (Barbara Laymon presenter) and note date change: this is the second Friday!

February 5, 2021: The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin

March 5 and April 2, 2021: joint meeting with the Lenten Film Group

May 7, 2021: Ordinary Grace by Willam Kent Krueger

Men’s Spirituality Group, Saturday, 9am

Men’s Group meets on Saturday mornings from 9am-10am in the Christ Church courtyard (behind the church) as weather permits or meets virtually online via Zoom. There’s conversation and reflection on the coming Sunday’s readings. Just show up (weather permitting) or send an email to for the Zoom link (which is also published in the weekly email).