ADULT FORMATION


Virtual & In Person Adult Education and Spiritual Growth

Advent offers a variety of learning opportunities for adults. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Advent supports you and welcomes your participation in any of our adult education offerings. You are welcome to join our weekly Bible study, our monthly On Being discussion group, or any of our occasional programs.

Please take a moment to fill out the form below to aide the Adult Formation Group as they design programming for the coming months. 
https://forms.gle/FgMDutGdFjigGBJ66

Bible Study
Exploring of our Christian Roots; Growing our Christian Lives

Wednesdays, 10am – 11:30am via Zoom

The group continues to use “The Complete Gospels,” but has started exploring some of the non-Canonical writings in that book. We have read “The Gospel of Mary,” and are now beginning the “Infancy Gospel of James” and plan to read the “Infancy Gospel of Thomas” after that.

Although not part of the Canon, these stories influenced the early Christian communities in their respect for Mary (James) and the path the child Jesus took to becoming the adult we meet in the Canonical Gospels (Thomas).   

Please join us if you can.

Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87532511236?pwd=bm1GTDlIQmVWV2NZTlFVNjdUUHNqdz09
Meeting ID: 875 3251 1236
Passcode: 726332 

Welcome to a Life of Faith in the Episcopal Church

Do you have questions about the Episcopal Church?
Do you wonder about some of Advent’s worship practices?
Unsure about terms like laity, diocese, and unction?

Answers to these questions and so much more are covered in the book Welcome to a Life of Faith in the Episcopal Church by Megan Castellan.

Please borrow one of the six copies found in the back of the church, read it, and return it for another parishioner to enjoy.

COMING SOON
Lenten Suppers/Adult Education

Each Wednesday in March
6-7:30pm
arrival time 5:45pm with potluck


Our Life in God

What does our faith say about the nature of God? Why is our trinitarian understanding of God significant? How do the sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion (Eucharist) form and inform our lives as followers of Jesus?

On Wednesday evenings in March, Rev. Tim will lead us in an exploration of these questions and more!

We will begin at 6 pm each evening with a potluck meal and wrap up at 7:30. Come, and take part in this opportunity for learning, discussion, and fellowship!