FEAST is “Faith Enrichment and Spiritual Training,” the acronym we use to describe our comprehensive approach to Christian education. FEAST offers a variety of pathways to spiritual enrichment.
INQUIRERS’ CLASS, a series of classes designed to explore more deeply the Christian tradition and history, paying particular attention to the Episcopal tradition. This series of classes prepares those who may wish to be confirmed in or received into the Episcopal Church.
“GOD TALK” BOOK CLUB, a group that reads and discusses works by prominent theologians. Recent authors include Henri Nouwen, C.S. Lewis, and Teresa of Avila.
GODLY PLAY, the program for children’s faith formation for ages 3 to 8. More information
GODLY JOURNEY, the faith-formation program for children from 8 or 9 to 12.
PEACE AND JUSTICE BOOK CLUB, a group that reads and discusses works by activist thinkers. Recent authors include Eula Biss and Cornel West.
SOUP AND SPIRITUALITY, a popular lecture series that takes place on the five Wednesdays of Lent, featuring salad and homemade vegetarian soup . Speakers address Lenten topics from their respective faith traditions. Recent topics have included forgiveness, global repentance, and prayer.
TWILIGHT LECTURE SERIES, sponsored by the World Community for Christian Meditation, a series of talks on contemplative practices and ways of life.