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Adult Formation

Within the tradition of Benedictine Spirituality, the proper balance in life is found by cultivating aspects of prayer, learning and action. On the pathway of learning Saint Mark’s offers opportunities on Sunday mornings as well as occasional Saturdays and seasonal events, with the goal of creating a shared base of knowledge across the congregation. Cultivate a deeply personal and unique practice of study. Dig more thoroughly into past and present thinking about the church and world, society and culture, science and ecology, and so on. Consider your practice of better understanding God and God’s world. Consider your practice of better understanding yourself and your place within the world.

Listen online to past sermons.

Watch recorded sessions of Sunday Morning Adult Faith Formation courses.


An Inventive and Creative Exploration of Faith. Begins October 25, 2017. Register online.

A study group will meet monthly to discuss elements of our church theology and spirituality.


Upcoming Adult Spiritual Enrichment Opportunities.

Saint Markans Read the Bible! As we balance “prayer, study, and action,” we will read the Bible together, taking it one book at a time!


An engaging course on the Episcopal Church and identity.

To keep us on track/moving in the same direction, join Paul every third Sunday of the month for a topic of his choice. And, it won’t be all lecture! Be prepared to discuss the topic around the table.

Announcements
Watch recorded sessions of Sunday Morning Adult Faith Formation courses.
There are many online faith formation training courses available. Here are some that we highly recommend.
Upcoming Adult Spiritual Enrichment Opportunities.
Upcoming Events
Oct 8, 9:15 am
The Episcopal Pathos — Why we do what we do. Led by Dean Paul Lebens-Englund.

Oct 15, 9:15 am
Join Dean Paul every third Sunday at 9:15 am, as he presents an interactive and thought-provoking topic of his choice

Oct 22, 9:15 am
Rule of Life — A Rhythm for the Good Life. Led by Dean Paul Lebens-Englund.