Classes and Group Study
TUESDAYS, 7PM; WEDNESDAYS, 10AM
Lenten Book Study: A Season for the Spirit
Martin Smith's classic reflections allow Lent to be a time of discovery in which we find that Christ, through the Spirit, embraces every aspect of our humanity. Smith writes "The work of creating a community of love where there is room for everybody must be rooted in the exploration of our own inner fragmentation and diversity." The group, led by Deacon David Griswold, will meet weekly for prayer, Bible reflection and discussion of Smith's vision for deepening our relationship to God. Two sessions will be held concurrently, each recurring weekly: Tuesdays from 7pm-8pm and Wednesdays from 10am-11am. To join or for more information, please contact The Rev. David Griswold.
March 2nd and 23rd: Gospel of Mark: A Text for Radical Discipleship
The Gospel of Mark is a radical text that shows Jesus’ commitment to confront the spiritual, political, and social powers of oppression. This class will offer a two week discussion on the implications of this ancient, holy text.
Book for discussion: Say to this mountain: Mark’s story of discipleship, ed. Ched Myers (et al)
"Sleepy but Woke" A Parents Anti-Racism Group
A joint offering of St. Columba’s Nursery School and St. Columba’s Episcopal Church for parents looking for meaningful conversation and helpful tools on their journey in being anti-racist in America. Join with other parents first Thursdays of the month from 8 – 9pm on Zoom. Contact the Rev. Amy Molina-Moore for more information.