Catechumenate: a journey into the living waters of grace

The catechumenate is a process that guides and supports people into Christian life and practice as they respond to the movement of God in their lives. It is not a program. It is a journey, a way of living into conversion into Christ, the way of entering into the Body of Christ, the way of preparing for baptism, confirmation, reception into the Episcopal Church, re-affirmation of faith and the way of discerning one’s God-given vocation, all with the support of other Christians in community.

The Catechumenate is an intergenerational conversation about authentic faith, scripture, sacraments, the movement of the Spirit and a window into the Episcopal way of life.

The journey begins on the First Sunday of Lent, March 6 through April 10 from 10:15am to 11:00am in the Bishop Witcher Room at the Mercer School of Theology. Everyone is welcome on this journey. For more information email our Vicar at