Adult Formation
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Education and formation are very important for any Christian, and it should not end when Sunday School ends.


At St. Michael’s, we offer Adult Formation units throughout the year. While most of them are exclusively in-person classes, some also have online components, which will be posted here.


Check out some of the other interesting and exciting education and formation times for adults.


Adult Confirmation Class

Offered after Easter in 2020, adults who are interested in learning more about The Episcopal Church, with the posibility of formally joining the church, gather four times with Fr. Jesse.


Seasonal Adult Formation Classes

Throughout the year, we offer classes related to the church season, usually during the fall, Advent, Lent, and summer. Check back regularly for updates on the next unit.


Peace & Justice Committe

Occational gatherings scheduled throughout the year, while looking at the question "what is social justice?" and determining ways to engage with the greater community on key issues.


Women’s Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Tuesdays at 9:00 a.m. in the library

A welcoming group of women who laugh a lot, learn about the Bible together and support each other through friendship and prayer.


Women’s Tuesday Evening Bible Study

Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the library (two units per year: fall and Lent)

Women who come together to grow and deepen in faith. They enjoy fellowship and camaraderie as they share in thoughtful conversation, prayer, reflection, and the application of Scripture and Christian principles to their lives.

lenten bible study


Saturday Mornings

1st and 3rd Saturdays, Oct.—May, 7:30 a.m. in Conference Room.

All adult parishioners, friends, and those persons seeking a parish home are invited to join this gathering. The group discussion focuses on the history, meaning, and context of the Biblical scriptures, as well as their relevance in our lives today. The New Daily Study Bible, The Gospel of John, Volume One, by William Barclay, is the resource document for the 2018-2019 study.


Exploring Sacred Music

Occasional Sundays in January, February, March, and April, at 7:00 p.m. in the library.

A two-hour presentation and discussion that includes an audio and video sampling of great Sacred Music, from ancient plainsong chant, through Renaissance Polyphony, the High Baroque and into contemporary periods, with scintillating historical commentary.

April 14: Music of Lent & Easter


Friday Fellowship

Fridays at 6:00 a.m. in the Community Room

All men are invited for coffee, prayer & conversation in the Community Room. A fellowship ministry with no formal agenda. Discussion topics range from personal issues to local events, sporting news, being a Christian man in today’s society, stage of life issues as sons, husbands, fathers and grandfathers and widowers or whatever someone brings up that particular day.

8:00 AM - Rite I   &   10:00 AM - Rite II   Click for directions
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