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ADULT FORMATION OPPORTUNITIES

Centered in Love: A Discipleship Series

Mondays, February 6-February 27, 7-8 pm

It's so easy to feel scattered and pulled toward everything but God. How can we grow lives more centered in God’s love and share that love with others and ourselves? The Reverend Canon Stephanie Spellers and the Reverend Zack Nyein lead this 4-week, interactive, virtual course, drawing on the Episcopal Church’s new “Centered” small-group discipleship experience.
Session 1 (Feb. 6): Centered in God's love
Session 2 (Feb. 13): Centered in love of neighbor
Session 3 (Feb. 20): Centered in love of fellow Christians
Session 4 (Feb. 27): Centered in love for ourselves

PLEASE REGISTER HERE

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Voices of Prophecy

Thursdays, January 19-February 9, 6-7 pm

Rabbi Sarah Berman of Central Synagogue and the Reverend Meredith Ward facilitate a four-week in-person conversation about the Biblical prophets and their role in Judaism and Christianity. This in-person only conversation will alternate between Central Synagogue (January 19 and February 2) and St. Bart's (January 26 and February 9). Registration is required.

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Theology and Television : The Chosen

Thursdays, January 12-March 30, 7:30-8:30 pm

The beloved series returns with a focus on The Chosen, the crowdfunded sensation based on Jesus' life. Episodes of The Chosen  can be viewed for free on the Angel Studios website and are also available on most major streaming platforms.

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Preach! Sunday's Scriptures Through Several Eyes

Wednesdays, January 4-February 15, 7-8 pm

The Reverend Peter Thompson leads a series exploring the readings assigned for Sundays in the season of Epiphany. Each class will feature a discussion of three different sermons all based on the scripture readings for the coming week. Each week, the assigned sermons will be distributed to registered participants in advance.  

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Sacred Nature: Restoring our Ancient Bond with the Natural World

Saturdays, November 9-February 4, 10-11 am

As the climate crisis reaches its most concerning point yet, the Saturday morning book group ponders Karen Armstrong's reflection on the spiritual significance of nature, Sacred Nature: Restoring our Ancient Bond with the Natural World. Newcomers are welcome! 

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20th Anniversary Dream Group

Tuesdays, January 17-February 14, 6:45-8:15 pm

The St. Bart's Dream Group, led by seminary-educated parishioner Annette Thies and now in its twentieth year, offers a space for the communal interpretation of dreams from a spiritual perspective. Newcomers are welcome.

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Peace Book Club

The Peace Book Club normally meets on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Our next meeting will be on Sunday, February 12th, with a discussion on Chapter 7 of Norman Wirzba’s This Sacred Life.

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