Course

Inquirer’s Classes – Scripture, Reason and Tradition: An Episcopal Inquiry

Thursday, January 12, 2017 | 7:00pm

This class is built for the curious: people who are new to the Episcopal Church, new to the Cathedral, interested in baptism or confirmation, or simply eager to pray and study. Newcomers and regulars alike will explore Christian Discipleship: what it means and why it matters. Our essential question will be: what might it mean to join this Episcopal branch of the Jesus movement, and how might God be calling me to be a voice for justice and compassion in my neighborhood? In addition to the Bible and short essays, we’ll read Your Faith, Your Life- An Invitation to the Episcopal Church by Jennifer Gambler.

 Together we’ll study scripture, learn from our past and present, and prayerfully listen for what God may be up to in our lives.

Registration: [email protected]


Thursdays, January 12–February 23,  7 pm–8:30 pm

January 12: God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit: Essential Questions for Discipleship
Gambler Introduction

January 19: What’s Past Is Prologue: Bible Stories and Anglican History
Chapters Three & Four

January 26: Faith: Whom Do We Trust?
Chapter Five

February 2: God’s Church Has a Mission: Becoming “Repairers of the Breach”
Chapter Six, Zscheile Chapter 1

February 9: What Is God Calling Us To Do and Be? The Holy Spirit as Principal Public Leader of the Church
Chapter Seven

February 16: Spirituality: Created for Prayer
Chapter Eight

February 23: Worship and Sacraments and “So What” Encounters
Chapters Nine & Ten

 

  • Dates Offered
    • January 12, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm