Due to the HVAC construction, Cathedral Night is still on hiatus as our spaces are limited. However, we do have adult formation offerings on Wednesday nights with our clergy and lay leaders. If you have questions about any of our formation offerings, please email Tina Clark, Director of Formation, at .
the first Wednesday of each month February through April
5:30 pm in the Saint John’s Library and on Zoom
Dean Richard leads the Men’s Bible Study on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm in the cathedral library. This fall, the group will focus on Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians, which comes to a crescendo with Paul’s description of divine love in chapter 13. Each Bible study includes a short teaching on a passage, followed by discussions and occasionally small groups. The Men’s Bible Study is also a great opportunity to connect with friends, old and new, in the cathedral community. For more information about the Men’s Bible Study and for the Zoom link, please email Dean Richard at .
the second Wednesday of each month beginning in September
10 am in the Saint John’s Library or 5:30 pm on Zoom
Canon Katie hosts a Women’s Bible Study on the second Wednesday of each month. The group will meet at 10 am in the library at Saint John’s for those who can join in person and again at 5:30 pm over Zoom for those who cannot. The focus this year will be to explore Year C: The Gospel of Luke. Women play a prominent role in the gospel lessons we will be encountering this year – from the Magnificat to the Widow’s Mite, Luke highlights the role of women in Jesus’ ministry as no other gospel does. Please register here. For more information about the Women’s Bible Study, please email Canon Katie at .
Sacred Ground is a film and literature-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Participants are invited to walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity. Sacred Ground is not dogmatic or partisan – it is an opportunity to explore our own place and understanding of race and racism in an open and safe community.
The ten-part series is built around a powerful online curriculum of documentary films and reading that focus on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific American histories as they intersect with European American histories. The dialogues are facilitated by fellow Saint John’s parishioners, and all participants are on equal footing throughout the course.
No events found. Try a different category?