Children ages 4 through 5th grade meet in The Nest, a special place where they learn about the love of Jesus through play, wondering, art and worship.
9:30 am, The Nest
Women are invited to meet to study a variety of books about the Gospel, church, culture, love and life.
9:30 am, Bride's Room
Men are invited to casual fellowship and discussion of matters important in the moment. Donuts provide energy and enthusiasm.
9:30 am, Parish Hall
Adults meet each Sunday for Bible study, reading books of the Bible verse by verse to understand its implications and meaning for life today.
9:30 am, the Parlor
This short course on Christianity and the Episcopal Church begins Sunday, Aug. 20, and is held each week until the Bishop visits on October 29 to confirm participants.
9:15, Warden's Room
Junior and high school students meet with Kim and Will Duncan to talk about scripture and its application to their constantly evolving lives.
9:30 am, McRae Lodge
During 10:30 a.m. Sunday Service.
Before the sermon, children gather at the front of the sanctuary to hear a special message from Father Michael, then process to The Nest for an interactive discussion. They return to church for Holy Eucharist.
Kids age 5 - 5th grade
Acting out the Gospel
Making crazy crafts
Living into the love of Christ
after 6 pm dinner, The Nest
Men gather weekly to discuss the upcoming Sunday's lessons as presented in the Common Lectionary. Brown bag lunch.
This men's group meets monthly for breakfast and a program.
Third Saturday, 9-11 am
Students in grades 6-12 meet with Kim Duncan to discuss how the Biblical themes play out in their classrooms and social circles.
after 6 pm dinner, McRae Lodge
Led by Amy Prather, this group is studies the Bible and its implications for the modern world.
10:30 am, Warden's room.
Adults gather for seasonal study with the Rector and topical discussion with guest speakers.
after 6 pm dinner, Parlor
Episcopal Youth for Christ, teens grades 6-12, meet Sunday evenings to play, plan and pray.
5-7 pm, McRae Lodge
Parents gather monthly to eat dinner and discuss the impact of the Gospel on their families. Childcare is provided.
6-8 pm, McRae Lodge
This worldwide ministry of women follows two orders: prayer and service. You'll know them by the cross they faithfully wear.
4 pm, Warden's Room
Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of prayer in which we experience God's presence.
7 pm, Warden's Room
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