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'Baptism in the Anglican Tradition' class
Oct
12
10:00 AM10:00

'Baptism in the Anglican Tradition' class

This will be a casual time of teaching intended for those who have questions about baptism in our tradition, especially as it pertains to our understanding of infant baptism. 

This class draws heavily from “It Takes a Church to Baptize” by Scot McKnight. McKnight is an Anglican pastor, theology professor, and grandparent who is writing specifically to those who are new to the tradition. His book is a theologically rich yet incredibly accessible read. Don’t feel like you need to read it beforehand, but if you would like to borrow a copy, let us know!

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Prayer Book 101
Aug
31
9:00 AM09:00

Prayer Book 101

Come meet the new Prayer Book! In celebration of the publication of the 2019 revision of Anglican Book of Common Prayer, Josh Bloom will be teaching a short introductory course. Learn about its dicey origin story and its impact on the English speaking world. We'll also cover its major sections: Morning Prayer, Scripture reading plans, a Sunday worship service, and other helpful prayers.

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'Baptism in the Anglican Tradition' class
May
18
10:00 AM10:00

'Baptism in the Anglican Tradition' class

This will be a casual time of teaching intended for those who have questions about baptism in our tradition, especially as it pertains to our understanding of infant baptism. 

This class draws heavily from “It Takes a Church to Baptize” by Scot McKnight. McKnight is an Anglican pastor, theology professor, and grandparent who is writing specifically to those who are new to the tradition. His book is a theologically rich yet incredibly accessible read. Don’t feel like you need to read it beforehand, but if you would like to borrow a copy, let us know!

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The Critical Journey
Apr
13
10:00 AM10:00

The Critical Journey

Join us for a conversation on the material presented in book, The Critical Journey (reading it is NOT required). Life is full of transitions. Christians throughout the centuries have noticed that even though each person has a unique walk with God, there are amazing similarities to the phases we pass through as we mature in Christ. Understanding these stages can give us strength and comfort in accepting where we and others are on the spiritual journey.

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The Critical Journey
Mar
29
7:00 PM19:00

The Critical Journey

Join us for a conversation on the material presented in book, The Critical Journey (reading it is NOT required). Life is full of transitions. Christians throughout the centuries have noticed that even though each person has a unique walk with God, there are amazing similarities to the phases we pass through as we mature in Christ. Understanding these stages can give us strength and comfort in accepting where we and others are on the spiritual journey.

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Restoration Reads: Tech-Wise
Feb
19
7:30 PM19:30

Restoration Reads: Tech-Wise

David Hoffner, Director of Spiritual Formation and High School teacher at Minnehaha Academy, will be guiding us in a conversation regarding Tech Wise. Even if you don't get a chance to read it, you’ll benefit greatly from the conversation. Perhaps you'll be able to apply some of the ideas into your lenten fast this year. Regardless, you'll be encouraged and challenged by our chat.

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Restoration Reads: Just Mercy
Nov
1
7:30 PM19:30

Restoration Reads: Just Mercy

Come discuss Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson’s gripping memoir of pursuing justice on behalf of the poor and wrongly condemned. You will not be disappointed by this book, it is as hopeful as it is challenging! We will be joined by Sam Lacy, a local lawyer who has spent time working with Stevenson’s organization, the Equal Justice Initiative.

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