Adult Formation

Being formed into the image and likeness of Christ, is not something that stops with graduation from high school. It is a life-long journey. During our program year from September through May, we offer a range of opportunities for adults at 10am on Sunday mornings and during the week. 

    Sundays at 10

    Sunday Formation at 10 a.m. 

    • Songs for Lent: The Psalms of Ascent
      February 26 -  March 26
      Sundays at 10 a.m. 

      Join Pat Bowlby and Shannon Truss for a Lenten journey through the Psalms of Ascent (Psalms 120-134). Inspired by Eugene Peterson’s Long Obedience in the Same Direction, this class will examine and discuss the honesty of the psalms. These pilgrim psalms in particular are perfect Lenten companions for the journey to Easter. One psalm will be covered each week and an examen prayer will be offered around each week’s theme.

      Handouts & Slides


    Wednesday, March 29

    4 - 8 p.m. by Appointment

    The sacramental rite, Reconciliation of a Penitent (BCP p. 447), will be offered on Wednesday, March 29. The rite creates space to confess to God, in the presence of a priest, the ways we miss the mark and receive the assurance of pardon and the grace of absolution. Clergy will meet you at the altar rail in the sanctuary to hear your confession and offer forgiveness on behalf of the church. Preparation sheets will be available ahead of time. 

    Please email Rev. Serena to make an appointment at


    Theology on Tap

    THEOLOGY ON TAP — THURS., FEB. 9, 6:30 p.m.
    Stop! In the Name of Love with Morgan Wills

    Theology on Tap returns Thursday, February 9 from 6:308:30 p.m with our own Morgan Wills discussing a theology of rest. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a widespread re-assessment of work in America, with many of us rethinking our approach to work and lifestyle choices. And yet we may wonder: how do we do so faithfully in the modern world? Is there a practical resource or biblical lens to guide us?


    Come enjoy a drink and discussion around the idea of rest entitled:

    Stop!… In the Name of Love: Receiving and Weaving the Gift of Sabbath into our Lives. An internal medicine physician and the CEO of Siloam Health, a faith-based nonprofit ministry to the medically underserved, Morgan Wills enjoys both work and naps—and found support for both while pursuing a Master's in Marketplace Theology from Regent College, Vancouver.

    To learn more, email Matt Chambers-Rhea at

    Women's Bible Study

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

    The Thursday morning women’s Bible study is a multi-generational gathering for fellowship, prayer, studying God’s Word, and walking through life together. It is open to all women of any walk of life and at any point of the faith journey and meets Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 in Wallace Hall.


    This year we’ll be returning to the Old Testament with Sandra Richter’s The Epic of Eden (the video study guide). We started this study in 2019 but didn’t finish due to Covid. We’ll dive into the time period, geography, and culture of Old Testament stories to trace their part of a larger pattern. It’s a meaty study to help us grasp the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Old Testament and how it relates to God’s activity in the present.

    Contact Gretchen Abernathy ( for more information and for childcare. 

    Life Groups

    Life groups are committed, intentional micro-communities exploring God in our lives. We believe that life groups allow us to be more deeply connected to God and each other.

    We seek to create inter-generational groups, with a good mix of ages and experiences with church and matters of faith. Groups meet for 1.5 hours each week for 8 weeks, with an option to continue, and you need to be able to make at least 6 of the 8 sessions. New groups are on pause during our rector transition.

    Contact Rev. Serena for more information.