Grow in Your Faith Community

At Saint John’s we have a shared hunger for meaning, learning, and connection. Christian Formation includes journeying together through faith and doubt, engaging in scripture, sharing our stories, and exploring what it means to follow Christ in a world that needs the good news of God’s love. We seek to live as a true “Community in Christ”, transformed and empowered through our individual formation and our work together.
Please note that we are not hosting in-person events at this time due to COVID-19.

Cathedral Night

Wednesday Evening

Eucharist – 5:30 pm
Dinner – 6:00 pm
Formation – 7:00 pm

Each Wednesday night during the program year, our community members come together for worship, a home cooked meal, fellowship, formation, and growth.

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Dean's Forum

Sunday Morning

Formation – 9:15 am

During the program year, we offer adult formation conversations between services. Topics range far and wide, from heaven and hell to racism and mental health.

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Mile High Theology

First Tuesday of the Month

Dinner – 5:30 pm
Interview – 6:00 pm

Mile High Theology is a young adult podcast and live event exploring the big questions of meaning, belonging and justice.

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Wednesday Evenings

Class & Discussion – 7:00 pm

At the heart of the Catechumenate is theological reflection upon human experience. The priests offer a short talk each class, which is followed by small group discussions led by trained table leaders.

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Education for Ministry

Education for Ministry (also known as EFM) is a way for all people to prepare for the kind of ministry and daily life Jesus calls us each to pursue.

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Book Study: the Bible and Lectionary

This groups comes together each week to study the Gospel out of the Lectionary from the previous Sunday. It is a time of fellowship and mutual support for people on their spiritual journey. We meet after the 7:00 am Wednesday Eucharist that is held in Saint Martin’s Chapel. All are welcome, and please feel free to come when you are able.

Book Group: Imitation of Christ

This small group meets weekly to study books on topics relating to social justice, advocacy, theology, and welcome. We have an active and lively group that tackles tough and relevant topics from some of today’s most engaging authors.