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February 21, February 28, March 7, March 14, and March 21 at 6PM. Visit our Facebook Page for more details on the event.
During Lent & Easter we will be having a course called, TEC talk: An Intro (and Re-Intro) to this beautiful, messy, ancient, faith tradition called The Episcopal Church. Topics include The Story of Scripture, Tradition, and Worship, Sacraments, Vocation and Outreach, Anglican approaches to spiritual practices, and much more!
The classes will meet February 18, March 4, March 18, April 15 & April 29 after the coffee hour in the Library/Conference Room (11:30am –1:30pm).
This process, or journey, was designed by the Bishop’s Commission on Ministry in 2015 to fulfill the canonical expectation as set forth in TEC Canon I.17(c), “It is expected that all adult members of this Church, after appropriate instruction, will have made a mature public affirmation of their faith and commitment to the responsibilities of their Baptism and will have been confirmed or received by the laying on of hands by a Bishop of this Church or by a Bishop of a Church in communion with this Church. Those who have previously made a mature public commitment in another Church may be received by the laying on of hands by a Bishop of this Church, rather than confirmed.”
So whether you are seeking to be confirmed, received, or simply want to brush up on what it means to be an Episcopal-Christian, you are hereby invited to join us! There is a sign-up in Hand Hall.