“Our steps are directed by God who strengthens those who walk in the way.” Psalm 37:24
Currently the Adult Formation programs are happening virtually. Click here to read about the forums in the Parish newsletter and to link to upcoming Zoom sessions."
The Sunday Adult Forum touches on every aspect of living as a follower of Christ, this program has become one of Epiphany’s most appreciated offerings.
Sunday Morning Formation
Hadley Hall from 11:15am - noon
Please note that the second Sunday of each month is devoted to fellowship
2021 Lenten Formation Program
Due to the closing of Epiphany and in compliance COVID protocols, the Sunday Adult Forum and weekly Home Small Group sessions are available online. Learn more here.
Small Groups for Study, Prayer, and Fellowship
A weekly Bible study group at Epiphany meets on Thursdays at 9:30 - 11:00 am in the Suter Room.
While the majority of the Bible Study participants use the New Revised Standard Version of The New Oxford Annotated Bible with Apocrypha (3rd or 4th editions) due to the usefulness of its footnotes, any Bible is welcome in the class.
No previous background in scriptural reading is needed to participate in this class. All are welcome! For information, contact John Jenke.
During the seasons of Advent and Lent, a Saturday Quiet Day is offered at the church. A Quiet Day is a half-day retreat offering three meditations interspersed with silence and prayer.
The entire parish building is set aside this morning for quiet prayer following three short meditations. During the quiet time, those who wish can meet with the leader for individual confession or for a conversation. The day concludes with noonday prayers in the Nave. It is not necessary to commit to the entire morning — feel free to come for as much or as little as your schedule permits. All are welcome!
Education for Ministry (EFM)
Do you feel called to guide others in faith? This is a distance learning, theological education program designed by the School of Theology at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Completion of the program takes four years, during which participants study the Old and New Testaments, church history, and Christian theology. Participants commit one year at a time to meet weekly in seminars led by a trained mentor. Through weekly reading assignments, group discussion and theological reflection, participants develop knowledge and confidence about the ministry we are each called to in Baptism. For more information, contact Rich Goldhor or Jason Kinchen.
Men’s Breakfast Group
We meet every Tuesday morning from 7:15 to 8:30 am in the Suter Room. The group begins with breakfast (bagels, coffee, tea) and fellowship for the first 30 minutes. Following is a reading and open discussion for the next 45 minutes. For more information, contact Bill Saunders
Women's Spirituality Group
The Women's Spirituality Group gathers monthly sharing a light lunch from 12:30 till 2:00pm to companion one another in our spiritual lives. We read poetry, essays, and books. We laugh, cry, write, talk, and sometimes meditate. It's member-led and different each month. All women of Epiphany are welcome to join us.