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May 5 – June, 30 2024: The Holy Trinity

In the service of Holy Communion in the Book of Common Prayer, we offer to God, as though in a sacrifice, the gifts of creation of bread and wine, and we pray that by the Holy Spirit this bread and wine may be for us the Body and Blood of our Savior Jesus Christ. How are we to understand the Eucharist as an offering made to God? And how are we to understand the relationship between the bread and wine and the body and blood of Jesus Christ? Join us in Forum as we explore the ways these questions were answered by major figures in the Christian tradition, so that we might have a more informed participation in Holy Communion.

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Fall 2021 – Spring 2022

Knowing the Unknowable God

With Theologian in Residence, Prof. Randall Zachman and
a team of facilitators under Mother Shayna.

2021 Weekday Lenten Forum Series

Facilitated by Tim Mackey, all are invited into a time of reflection, imagination and connection to the times of old through the literature of John Watson’s Companions of the Sorrowful Way.

Watson explores the story of biblical characters and how they walked the “sorrowful way” with Jesus Christ. The book highlights that Jesus meets us at every stage of our lives. From kingdoms to farmlands, from the rich to the poor and marginalized, Christ walks with us.

2021 Winter Forum Series

A Journey with Mark

A Journey with Mark explores the Gospel of Mark with fifty days of scripture, meditations, and prayers written by dynamic spiritual leaders from across the United States and around the world.

Sponsored by The Good Book Club. Purchase the book by clicking here.  or click here to view the daily readings on The Good Book website.

2020 Summer Forum Series

Bible Women, All their words and why they matter

Women of the Bible have been trapped in dry and dusty literary caskets for centuries. While a few women, such as Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Mary Magdalene, are familiar, many of the women who speak in the Bible have long been ignored. Yet their words are part of God’s Word—the Bible—for a reason. Through these women, God spoke, intervened, changed, illustrated, and proclaimed the story of redemption. What were the broad themes among those who spoke? What might their words mean for us today? How might their actions increase our faith?

Walk in Love

2019 Summer Forum Series

In this series, Fr. Ron Jaynes took us on a refreshing walk through The Book of Common Prayer. As an added tool, he used the newly published and widely acclaimed book Walk in Love. Described as one the most comprehensive guides to the Episcopal faith and the prayer book ever written, the book by Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Shobe, explains what it means to worship and live out a Christian life as an Episcopalian.