Adult Formation Classes

In-person classes are suspended indefinitely. Online formation opportunities will be posted here. Links for zoom meetings will be emailed out on Fridays. If you did not receive an email with the links, please contact either Fr. Sammy at or Sally Chambers-Rhea at

  • The REctor's forum

    Returns January 17 at 11 a.m. on Zoom

    Join Fr. Sammy for the Rector's Forum that covers a wide span of topics and guests. Some sessions are stand alone while others make up a series. Check your email for details on what's coming up at the Rector's Forum. 

    Participate >>>here

    Meeting ID: 812 2597 4033

    Passcode: 4800

Theology on Tap

Originally created for younger adults, Theology on Tap invites people of all ages to connection, conversation, drinks, and theology in a casual atmosphere around the city. Drinks and conversation at 7 p.m. The presentation begins at 7:30 p.m. During COVIDtide, Theology on Tap has moved to Zoom. 

Life Groups

Life Groups are small groups of 6-12 people cultivating the values of hospitality, trust, connection, and worship. Life Groups meet weekly for 8-10 weeks, using a simple format that creates space for food, prayer, conversation, and worship.

Email Janie Ward at if you are interested in being part of a Life Group.

Women's Bible Study

Thursdays, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Thursdays beginning January 7, the women’s Bible study will begin a low-key study of Martin Luther’s booklet A Simple Way to Pray, which is a modern translation of Luther’s practical take on the Lord’s prayer and other important texts. A few books are available in the gallery or can be acquired on Amazon for Kindle ($3) or paperback ($4). 

Our new mantra is “Barely something is better than nothing!” so please drop in regardless of the amount of preparation you’re able to put in or how long you’re able to stay. This multigenerational gathering is open to all women of any walk of life and at any point of the faith journey. We’ll reflect, discuss, and pray for each other and the world. 

We meet through Zoom on Thursday evenings, 8-9 pm, through May. For more information, contact Gretchen Abernathy at