First and Third Sundays in December, January, and February, 4:30-5:30 pm in the Library
(December 3 & 17, January 7 & 21, February 4* & 18)
If you are new to the Episcopal Church or you just want to know more it, this class is for you! The classes cover basic information about the Bible, the Book of Common Prayer, the sacraments and the life of St. John the Baptist. Many long-time Episcopalians find this class an interesting and helpful refresher course as well. The classes are open to all those interested in learning more about the Christian faith and the Anglican Communion. Attending this class does not obligate you to be baptized, confirmed, or received, but it will prepare you if that is what you seek.
Bishop Rickel visits St. John’s on December 19th, 2017. If you wish to be confirmed or received in the Episcopal Church this class is your preparation.
Are you wondering what it means to be confirmed or received? This may help:
- If you have been baptized in any Christian denomination, you may be confirmed, making an adult affirmation of faith and appropriating the vows that were made on your behalf at baptism.
- If you have previously made an adult affirmation of faith in another denomination, you may be formally received into the Episcopal Church
* For February 4, the time and/or date will be adjusted to work around the Super Bowl LII schedule.