Spiritual Formation & Enrichment

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Fellowship in Faith for Adults

Sundays from 10am to 11am

The Dean's Forum

Each Sunday morning there is an opportunity for adults to come together during Fellowship in Faith for spiritual conversation around diverse topics. Come and join an open and supportive conversation in which you will find yourself uplifted and encouraged on your spiritual journey. It is not necessary to make it to every session. Enough context is provided each week for you to join the conversation whenever you are able to attend.

Details on upcoming Dean's Forums are listed below.

Location:

Mercer School of Theology

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Catechumenate (Episcopal 101)

Sundays, March 3 to April 7, 2019 at 10am

A catechumen is a person receiving instruction in preparation for becoming a member of the church. In this class, you will learn the basics of Christian doctrine, practice, and living a Christian life. Father Delaney will lead the group in prayer, instruction, and conversation. This class takes place during Fellowship in Faith. It is appropriate both for adults and young adults preparing to be received or confirmed in The Episcopal Church at the Easter Vigil, as well as for those who would simply like a refresher course. Sign up with Father Delaney by emailing him at mdelaney@incarnationgc.org or sign up on Realm.

Location:

Mercer School of Theology

Led by:

The Rev'd Michael F. Delaney
Canon Pastor
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Dean's Forum: The Gift of Years

Sundays, March 10 to March 31

Join the Rev. Morgan Ladd and the Very Rev. Michael Sniffen in conversation and reflection inspired by The Gift of Years, a book by Benedictine sister and prolific author Joan Chittister. Copies of the book will be available at Fellowship in Faith.

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Lenten Series: Death and Resurrection in the Letters of Paul

Wednesdays, March 13 to April 10, 7pm

Canon Griffith and Dean Sniffen teach a series exploring themes of death and resurrection in Paul's letters. What did St. Paul teach about the meaning of death and what happens after we die? These themes will resonate powerfully with the church seasons of Lent and Easter. Beautiful artwork from The Saint John’s Bible will be woven throughout the group’s discussion.

The series is open to all. Please invite friends and neighbors. Participants are invited to share in a light potluck dinner each week. Sign up on Realm or at tinyurl.com/LentenSeries2019

Location:

Mercer School of Theology

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Invite Welcome Connect with Mary Parmer

Sunday, April 7

Invite Welcome Connect is a ministry that allows churches to become places of genuine connection for inviting the faith journeys and stories of everyone. Mary Parmer, the creator of this ministry, will lead conversation at the Dean's Forum at 10am and will also preach at our Choral Mass at 11:15am.