Sunday Adult EdUCATION


9:00 AM

Parish Hall

Full hot breakfast served


10:15 AM

Parish Hall

Both sessions cover the same topic or series... lively discussion encouraged!



9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15

Bridging the Gender Gap: Eyes of Compassion for One Another's Hardships

With Robin Davis

We have so many divisions in American society today. The gender gap--male/female--is one that is often highlighted. Are there specific things we can do in the church to bridge that gap and have more compassion for one another? If men have greater understanding of the hardships women experience, can they then be more compassionate toward women? Likewise, if women have greater understanding of the hardships men experience, can they can be more compassionate toward men? Can the next four weeks help us become more knowledgeable about some of one another's sufferings?

Other Learning Opportunities

  • Stephen Ministry Training

    Christ Church offers a 50 hour Stephen Ministry training course each year. The class meets twice per month September - June. Participants are prepared to offer confidential, Christ-like support and care to those in crisis - whether it be from job loss, divorce or loss of a loved one. Click here for more information and a list of training topics.

    If you are interested in joining the 2017-2018 class, please contact:

    Father Patrick

    Caroline McDonnell

  • "Going Deeper" Spirituality Groups

    We have been following the Renovaré (renewal) curriculum which has led us into rich discussions of our varied spiritual backgrounds and has prompted the sharing of new ways to come closer to Almighty God.

    The groups already formed will begin to meet again on Wednesday, September 13 and Thursday, September 14 to continue the pursuit of the spiritual disciplines. 

    A new group will begin on Thursday, September 21 from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. If you're interested in joining this group, please contact:

    Mother Susan


    A Spiritual Formation Workbook: Small Group Resources for Nurturing Christian Growth, by James Bryan Smith. (Available through Amazon)