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Family Ministries

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Fellowship in Faith for Families

September 12, 2021

Register your family on Realm or contact Kate to join: kakerman@incarnationgc.org

Each week, Fellowship in Faith offers a variety of developmentally appropriate and creative scripture explorations activities for children ages 18 months–5th grade. Through storytelling, arts, and play, children will develop personal connections with the biblical and liturgical stories we hold dear. In person and Zoom based options will be available for Fall 2021. We gather at 10 AM in Mercer for snacks and fellowship. Classes for children and adults begin at 10:15 AM. Masks must be worn by all persons while inside.

If you would like to request a Fellowship in Faith resource kit for online participation, or have any questions regarding Fellowship in Faith please contact Kate Akerman.

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Register your family on Realm or contact Kate to join: kakerman@incarnationgc.org

Each week, Fellowship in Faith offers a variety of developmentally appropriate and creative scripture explorations activities for children ages 18 months–5th grade. Through storytelling, arts, and play, children will develop personal connections with the biblical and liturgical stories we hold dear. In person and Zoom based options will be available for Fall 2021. We gather at 10 AM in Mercer for snacks and fellowship. Classes for children and adults begin at 10:15 AM. Masks must be worn by all persons while inside.

If you would like to request a Fellowship in Faith resource kit for online participation, or have any questions regarding Fellowship in Faith please contact Kate Akerman.

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Cathedral Youth Group

Fourth Sunday of the month at 1pm, beginning September 26

Cathedral Youth Group is a group of young people from sixth through twelfth grade, who meet, socialize, play, participate in community service, and explore social and personal issues in an atmosphere of Christian fellowship and support. CYG includes fun and meaningful monthly meetings, outings, service opportunities, and much more. Unless otherwise noted, CYG meets on the fourth Sunday of each month at 1 PM in Mercer.

Contact Kate to join: kakerman@incarnationgc.org

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Cathedral Youth Group is a group of young people from sixth through twelfth grade, who meet, socialize, play, participate in community service, and explore social and personal issues in an atmosphere of Christian fellowship and support. CYG includes fun and meaningful monthly meetings, outings, service opportunities, and much more. Unless otherwise noted, CYG meets on the fourth Sunday of each month at 1 PM in Mercer.

Contact Kate to join: kakerman@incarnationgc.org

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Parents' Circle

Wednesdays, October 6-November 17 at 7:15pm

Parents’ Circle is a reading group for parents and caregivers. This fall we will be reading together Blessing of a Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel. Mogel shares everyday parenting challenges and successes through the lens of the Talmud and Torah to guide caregivers in raising resilient children. Parents’ Circle explores how faith informs our parenting and family. This fall we’ll be looking at how we may call on our own faith traditions, and those outside of our own tradition to treasure the power and holiness of being present in family life.

Location:

online via Zoom

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Parents’ Circle is a reading group for parents and caregivers. This fall we will be reading together Blessing of a Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel. Mogel shares everyday parenting challenges and successes through the lens of the Talmud and Torah to guide caregivers in raising resilient children. Parents’ Circle explores how faith informs our parenting and family. This fall we’ll be looking at how we may call on our own faith traditions, and those outside of our own tradition to treasure the power and holiness of being present in family life.

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Confirmation

Confirmation is an important milestone in our spiritual lives as followers of Jesus Christ in The Episcopal Church. Young adults ages 13-16 are encouraged to discern their readiness for engaging the Catechumenate, a year-long engagement with Holy Scripture and the Episcopal tradition through study, prayer, and fellowship.

Young adults interested in applying for entrance to the Catechumenate are invited to write a formal letter of intention and to schedule a meeting with clergy as well as parents to discuss the process.

To begin the process of discerning for the Catechumenate, please contact Kate Akerman at kakerman@incarnationgc.org.