Adult Exploration covers a wide range of topics dealing with faith, spirituality and religious issues. Most class formats are an exchange of information and ideas. The class meets Sunday mornings, September - May at 9:15 am in the library. Please join us in a class to expand your knowledge and faith.
Special Series: A Study in "Seeing White"
NOTE: Registration for this class is now closed.
Join us for a special multi-week class, based on a series of podcasts called Scene on Radio. This 14-episode series is titled "Seeing White". It is an exploration of racism and examining what we think we know - about ourselves, our community, our culture - in relationship to our divided world.The class is Tuesdays, 6 - 8 pm, February 20th - April 10th. The first 30 minutes of each class will be an opportunity to listen tot he podcast in community; the next 90 minutes will be taught by The Rev. Allan Cole. Complete the form below to get registered. This class is open to all, and we suggest that parents consider the maturity of children ages 12 and older when registering. For questions about content, contact The Rev. Allan Cole.
Watch a short video about "Seeing White"
Subscribe to the podcast
View the Study Guide
Listen to Episode 1, 'Turning the Lens'
Beginning in April 2018. Sunday mornings at 9:15. This class is for seeker’s who are new to the Episcopal Church, those who have questions about it, those preparing for confirmation or reception in the church and for those who wish to continue in conversation about the church, faith and spirituality. Facilitated by the Rev. Allan Cole, the class dialogue is part history, part theology, and continues our exploration into the broad faith of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. The goal of the class is to begin to address questions about what it means to be an Episcopalian within our community and the larger world. The depth of the conversation depends on the theological and spiritual diversity of the group, so please feel free to bring questions and/or concerns about the church when you come.