CURRENT & UPCOMING CHRISTIAN EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES AT ST. JAMES
Adult Inquiry/Confirmation. Class starts Thursday night, October 3, 2018. Fr. Greg Smith will be facilitating, and we will use two books: "Welcome to Sunday" and "Your Faith, Your Life.‖ All are welcome, even if you've already been confirmed and want to brush up on Episcopal faith and practice! For more information, please contact Fr. Greg: email@example.com
Ever wonder what the early Christians were like, how they worshiped, what they believed? Join John Heilman in an exploration back in time to the very beginnings of the Christian Church during the height of the Roman Empire. We will be reading everything from instructions on how to be distinctively Christian in a pagan world, to living under the threat of martyrdom, to trying to understand precisely who Jesus Christ is and what that means for the Christian faith. No prior knowledge needed! Meetings will be held for six Tuesdays from 7-8:15pm beginning on Oct. 16. A complimentary reader will be provided to all participants. Have questions about the clas or want to sign-up? Send a quick email to Rachel: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men's Bible Study
All men are invited to attend Fr. Clark's weekly Friday morning bible study at Perkins. They are studying the book of John.
Study the 26 healing miracles of Jesus on Wednesday nights at 6:00pm in the Guild Room in preparation for becoming a fully functioning Order of St. Luke healing ministry.
Mission of Women’s Ecumenical Bible/book Study:
The mission of WEBS is to offer women an open, engaging learning environment to nurture our faith through Bible or book study in community with others. WEBS also seeks to build connection by sharing our stories as we explore God’s story.
Grounded in God's Eternal Changelessness amidst the Changes and Chances of this Life
We are living in unprecedented times in our nation and world. How do we remain grounded in God’s eternal changelessness amidst the changes and chances of this life? Fear, worry, anger are fueling divisions. How do we resist defensive posturing that damage relationships, and open ourselves to the transformative power of our Lord and Savior so that we can love others as God has loved us?
In WEBS Fall 2017 we will be studying the book of Romans. For information contact Rev. Valerie Webster (email@example.com & 406-579-3980).
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