Sundays, 9:00 a.m. in the Ford Room
St. Bede’s program of Christian education for adults nurtures our spiritual lives and helps us grow into the full stature of Christ. Members of the church, clergy, staff, or outside speakers facilitate 3- to 5-week series on various topics suggested by parishioners, allowing for deep exploration of a subject from several angles. As we learn together, we wrestle with some of life’s biggest problems, and we come to know Jesus more fully and follow him more closely.
All are welcome at any time, whether you’ve attended previous Sundays in a series or not. Childcare is available by advance request.
Recent topics have included:
- The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James H. Cone
- The Gospel of Matthew
- Spiritual Practices for Advent
- Restorative Justice
- Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande
Companions in Christ
This 28-week study offers a powerfully transforming small-group experience in opening yourself to God’s presence and guidance. Explore classic spiritual practices and develop new daily patterns that will deepen your relationship with God and with your group. Contact the parish office if you are interested in joining a group.
St. Bede’s Book Group
St. Bede’s Book Group is an informal, monthly gathering of readers who enjoy contemporary fiction and non-fiction. Books are selected by the group, and the format for discussion is casual and participatory. Meetings are a time for spiritual formation and fellowship, friendship and support. All are welcome. Contact the parish office for meeting information.