Christian formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others, and all creation. Every experience in our lives can provide us with the opportunity to express our faith; the challenge we face is recognizing these opportunities and living out our faith in the world.
Like to cook? Help out in the kitchen. Like to read? Join a book group. Like to garden? Join in taking care of the gardens. Like to head out for an evening? Check out the women's events or God on Tap. Like to serve? Become a lector, chalice bearer, altar guild, choir member, outreach helper, office helper, etc, etc, There is something for every adult; whatever your interests, age or ability!
Finding Faith In Harry Potter for Adults:
Called to Love: A weekend with Laura Kelly Fanucci:
Laura will also be preaching at 8am and 10am worship services on October 28 and leading a 9am adult forum; To Bless Our Callings: A Forum on Prayer: Conversation and resources on how to celebrate and support each other’s callings in families, workplaces, neighborhoods, and communities
Pay for Fanucci Events here:
A very fun Meal Prep Evening; women went home with several delicious meals to pop in their freezer!
God on Tap is all about bringing men of school age kids together to talk about matters of faith, spirituality, and meaning. No presentations. No experts. Just kicking around a topic at a local pub, sharing what matters to them. Email Fr. Bill to be added to the mailing list.
Men prepared hundred's of pancakes for the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper!
College students are welcome and highly encouraged to attend worship and events at St. Paul’s. College care packages are sent out twice a year!
To find an Episcopal campus ministry:
To contact the University of Minnesota Episcopal Community in the Twin Cities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online resources for young adults:
http://www.d365.org/todaysdevotion/ Online devotions with music geared towards young adults.
http://www.rejesus.co.uk/ ReJesus has a single focus - it goes to the very heart of Christian life and faith - the person of Jesus Christ himself. Its aim is to reach people who have little previous knowledge of Jesus or the Christian faith and to encourage a step or two of faith. It is a collaborative between several mainline denominations in England, including the Anglican Church