Adult Formation at St. Michael’s is best defined as a way of helping men and women of the Parish to develop a relationship with God through the structure and teaching of the Church. Through education we try to encourage our mutual vocations as Christians.
In particular, two Adult Formation opportunities are ongoing:
FOOD FOR THE JOURNEY: Sunday Mornings, 10;05 a.m.
Conversations to nourish your soul...
Who is God calling you to be? What do you need to be that person?
What are your most pressing spiritual questions? What will nourish you
on the spiritual journey ahead?
As the Hebrews wandered in the desert they got very hungry and groaned
to Moses. So, Moses went to God, and God provided them with their
"daily bread" by giving them manna and quail so they were nourished.
While we may not be able to groan to Moses, and our hunger may not be
primarily physical, we are just as hungry as the Hebrews.
In the coming year, from 9:45 to 10:20 a.m., we will host a kind of
spiritual potluck. Drawing on the skills and talents of members of St.
Michael's, our conversations will vary widely from week to week.
Whether you attend the 9 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. service, we hope you will
join the conversation (there will also be monthly offerings for the 7:45
a.m. service). In it all, the goal is to offer a time and place to
find spiritual nourishment in the midst of busy lives. Come to the
Exploring Sacred Musi c in the Anglican Tradition, Monthly - Sunday Evening
for evenings of music appreciation exploring our rich heritage of
sacred music. Information on composers' lives, historical setting , and
When: Sunday evenings as scheduled below (subject to revision) 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
September 23 Plainsong Roots
October 21 Renaissance Polyphony
November 18 Music of the English Reformation: Thomas Tallis and William Byrd
December 16 Music of Advent and Christmas