Episcopal 101 at St. Michael's November 2017
For each Tuesday in November, (the 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th) we'll gather at 6:30 to discuss some of the basic things which make our denominational expression of Christianity unique. What are the gifts and curiosities of our tradition? Why do we do things the way we do them? What do they mean for being Christian in the 21st century? James and other clergy from St. Michael's will cover topics such as how to navigate the Book of Common Prayer as a personal and public resource, the history of the Episcopal Church and Anglicanism, how we approach scripture, and what liturgy, music, and worship all have to do with each other. Whether you're old or new to the Episcopal Church, there's something for everyone to learn together. You can register here to let us know you'll be coming and help us prepare for the class!
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