Adult Education

Episcopal 101
Tuesdays, September 22nd – October 27th, 2020
7:00 p.m.

Are you curious about our Episcopal traditions, and how they can guide and empower us? What is the church’s history and why does it matter now? What does it mean to be, as our Presiding Bishop says, a member of the “Episcopal branch of Jesus’ movement in the world”?

Join Pastors Emily and Anthony for Episcopal 101 at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, September 22nd through October 27th. The class will take place on Zoom, and probably will involve optional opportunities to meet up in person outside. Materials are forthcoming.
The course may also serve as preparation for baptism or officially joining the parish on All Saints’ Day, November 1st. Email Rev. Emily to sign up or ask questions.

Online Bible Study

Wednesdays, 12:00 p.m. – 1 p.m.

Join Rev. Emily and Rev. Anthony for a simple Bible study on Wednesdays 12-1pm. No advance preparation needed. We will read together the passages for the upcoming Sunday, and discuss what we notice and how the scripture is touching our lives. This is a great opportunity to spend time with one another, to get a head start on the Sunday readings, and to get to know our pastors, especially our new Associate Rector, the Rev. Anthony Estes. Check The Lectionary Page for a schedule of readings. Weekly Online Invitation information is available in the eNews, or request from

Centering Prayer (Meditation)

Thursdays throughout the year at 11:00 a.m; currently meeting online. Contact Kathryn Treece for instructions on how to access.

“Meditation is one of the most ancient and universal of all spiritual practices, and it is the cornerstone of a wisdom encounter with Christ,” writes the Rev. Cynthia Bourgeault, in Wisdom Jesus. All are welcome to try the CCD Centering Prayer group. No experience is necessary, and simple instructions are given for newcomers. The hour-long meeting includes 20 minutes of silence, intercessory prayer, a brief reading, and informal sharing. If you have questions or are coming for the first time, please contact Kathryn Treece at, or call the office. Brochures about Centering Prayer are in the leaflet rack at church, or you may learn more at