Join a group of people exploring the meaning of the Christian life as expressed in the Episcopal Church and Grace Cathedral. Our series wiil take place during the Sundays in Lent (late February - early April 2014), with baptisms taking place at the Great Vigil of Easter on Saturday, April 19.
The sessions also provide preparation for adults who have never been baptized in any Christian church and seek to join the Christian community. Sessions usually cover:
This six-week colloquium is offered between Easter and Pentecost (usually April-June of each year). It explores the ethos, practices, structure, sensibility and unique voice of Anglicanism. This class is especially helpful for adults preparing for confirmation and reception into the Episcopal Church.
Within the context of Christianity, what is an Anglican? What is our common history? How do we pray together? As part of our Christian life, how do Anglicans take action in the world? Topics in 2013 included?
For more information, email the Office of the Congregation, or call 415-749-6344.
Join with others to learn what we do in worship and why. These sessions, offered several times each year, teach the meanings behind what we do together in our worship, train readers and all the ministers who assist at the worship services. Learn more here.
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