We offer a wide range of diverse opportunities for formation, education and spiritual growth for adults on Sundays and throughout the week.
Join us Wednesdays, Nov. 9-Dec. 14, meeting from 9:45-11 a.m. in the All Saints’ Room. This series is led by The Rev. Mary Davila and Nancy Jokovich. For more information and/or to sign up, please contact Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our prayer book defines prayer as “response to God, by thought or by deeds, with or without words” (p. 856). Centering Prayer is a practice of prayer without words. No prior experience is necessary. Please join us in Room 128 at Christ Church from noon to 1:15 p.m. every Thursday through Dec. 15 to learn more about and practice this prayer. For more information, please contact The Rev. David Frazelle at email@example.com or (919) 834-6259 ext. 103.
On Tuesdays, the Rev. James P. Adams leads Bible Works: Tools for Living, a weekly bible study. This year we are studying the Gospel of John. We meet at 7 a.m. (teaching starts at 7:15) and noon (teaching starts at 12:15) in the parish hall. Biscuits and coffee are served at 7 a.m. and light refreshments are served at noon. The morning session is followed by an 8:05 a.m. Eucharist in the chapel. Contact The Rev. James P. Adams to learn more – firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to join the email list, visit this link.
Listen to the recordings for this year below:
Adult Christian Formation at Christ Church is each Sunday morning from 10:10-10:50 a.m. in the parish hall Our 2022-23 theme is “Un-Common Table,”: where the sacred meets the ordinary; where all belong; where we nourish our bodies and souls, fed by the bounty of the earth.
Listen to lectures from 2022-23 below:
View the upcoming speaker line-up below:
Dec. 4: Melissa Florer Bixler, Pastor at Raleigh Mennonite Church
“Trouble at the Table: A New Way of Life for a New People”
As we prepare our lives for Jesus during this “little Lent” we will take time to pause with the community at Corinth as Paul calls them to account for divisions in their community. How do social and economic divisions shape our Eucharistic practice? What do the shocking pronouncements in 1 Corinthians mean for those of us who share table fellowship today?
Dec. 11: The Rev. Mary Davila
Simeon and Anna: “Lord, you now have set your servant free to go in peace as you have promised; For these eyes of mine have seen the Savior, whom you have prepared for all the world to see.”
These two temple dwellers have been waiting their whole lives to see the salvation of the Lord, and they burst forth in song when they meet the Christ Church. What does it mean to see the Savior, and where do we see him?