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.
Mercer School of Theology
Catechumenate (Episcopal 101)
Sunday, April 5 at 10:15am
The Catechumenate will meet again this Sunday at 10:15am to 11:00am via Zoom Conference. Catechumens, mentors and friends are invited to join us.
Meeting ID: 922 552 840 Password: 909556
The Rev'd Michael F. Delaney
Spiritual Practices for Difficult Times
Wednesdays at 8pm
More than ever, we are all struggling with isolation, anxiety, and hopelessness. Join us for a six-week exploration of daily spiritual practices that can cultivate our conscious contact with God, providing us the inner resources we need to respond to this crisis. The series will offer the basic building blocks of a daily 15-minute spiritual practice anyone can do anytime, anywhere. Immediately following the talk, you are invited to stay for Compline at 8:45pm.
Join us going to the Zoom app and entering Meeting ID 263 033 638 and Password 445381. You can also dial in by calling (646) 876-9923 and using the Meeting ID and Password above.
Lenten Series: Five Holy Wounds
Wednesdays, March 4 to April 1, 7pm
Join the cathedral clergy in contemplating the Passion of Jesus Christ this Lent. This series will engage ancient and contemporary reflections on Christ's passion as ways of encountering the mystery of faith and discovering the spiritual power at the heart of the Christian message.
Pot luck meal each week at 7pm in the Mercer refectory. Class from 7:30pm to 8:30pm in the Mercer Library. Free and open to the public.
Register on Realm at tinyurl.com/LentSeries2020
Mercer School of Theology
Mystagogia: Living into the Mysteries
April 19 to May 3 at 10am during Fellowship in Faith
The Great Fifty Days of Easter is the time when the church invites us to live into the very mysteries of our faith. The process of reflection and discernment is called "mystagogy", a Greek word meaning "living into the mysteries."
This forum, led by Dean Sniffen and Canon Delaney, will explore how we can discover our own unique spiritual gifts and deepen our understanding of the mysteries of faith.