Adult Faith Formation
We learn, grow, and walk in the way of Christ.
Adult Faith Formation is offered in a myriad of ways and days, times, and seasons. We invite and support questioning, exploration, and wrestling with faith. Through a rich variety of programs for all stages of Christian development, we nurture and practice our core beliefs and are encouraged to live into our Baptismal promises. Programs include weekly Bible Study, Episcopal 101 (introduction to the Episcopal church), social justice programs like Sacred Ground, and Open Circles neighborhood groups that meet regularly for book study.
The Adult Faith Formation team meets monthly to pray together and plan upcoming offerings.
Adult Faith Formation Events:
Every other Monday, 7:00–8:30 p.m., beginning September 12.
Sunday Bible Study: Sunday morning between services
Men’s Bible Study: Tuesday morning
Women’s Bible Study: Tuesday morning
Members meet together to study scripture, pray, and have a time of fellowship. For a list of groups, contact the Church Office or the Rev. Ann Gillespie.
Sunday Adult Forum:
The Ministry Center is the venue for programs related to wellness and spirituality. Come explore subjects that particularly interest you as well as topics you know nothing about.
Preparation for baptism, confirmation, and reaffirmation for adults. This class is for newcomers and old-timers alike—anyone who seeks a deeper relationship with God and to learn more about the Episcopal Church. Beginning February 2023.
EfM – Education for Ministry:
University of the South study program led by trained mentors that takes participants on a four-year journey of theological study, Bible interpretation, and reflection. Participants read and discuss the Old Testament (year 1), the New Testament (year 2), Church History (year 3), and Theology (year 4). You do not have to commit to all 4 program years when registering, nor complete in 4 years. Holy Comforter offers two sessions of EfM:
(2) In person every other Sunday, with hybrid option – please contact Julie Nutter.
Book and Movie Club:
Sponsored by the Becoming Beloved Community ministry, meets monthly, alternating between discussing books and movies, on topics that deepen understanding of racial justice.