Adult Formation

Adult Forum is a continuing education program to help drive growth in knowledge, and spirituality. Topics vary, but the focus is usually on a conversation about faith, justice, and culture. Information to join us on ZOOM will be provided shortly after the service, or you can get emails by registering below. This month's theme is about Black History and is presented by a wide variety of hosts. Read more about our offerings below.

 

Adult Formation is currently meeting in a virtual format on ZOOM. Join us every Sunday at 12:00 to join in our discussion.

  • Sun, Apr 10
    St. Martin's Episcopal Church
    Join us for the next 5 Sundays, March 13-April 10, after the 10:30 service as we contemplate art and poetry of Lent. We will look at works exploring Lenten themes from the early Church to contemporary creations, some obviously Christian, some not.
  • Sun, Apr 03
    St. Martin's Episcopal Church
    Join us for the next 5 Sundays, March 13-April 10, after the 10:30 service as we contemplate art and poetry of Lent. We will look at works exploring Lenten themes from the early Church to contemporary creations, some obviously Christian, some not.
  • Sun, Mar 27
    St. Martin's Episcopal Church
    Join us for the next 5 Sundays, March 13-April 10, after the 10:30 service as we contemplate art and poetry of Lent. We will look at works exploring Lenten themes from the early Church to contemporary creations, some obviously Christian, some not.
  • Sun, Mar 20
    St. Martin's Episcopal Church
    Join us for the next 5 Sundays, March 13-April 10, after the 10:30 service as we contemplate art and poetry of Lent. We will look at works exploring Lenten themes from the early Church to contemporary creations, some obviously Christian, some not.
  • Sun, Mar 13
    St. Martin's Episcopal Church
    Join us for the next 5 Sundays, March 13-April 10, after the 10:30 service as we contemplate art and poetry of Lent. We will look at works exploring Lenten themes from the early Church to contemporary creations, some obviously Christian, some not.
  • Sun, Feb 27
    ZOOM
    Deborah Nelson Linck, author of this book will introduce us to Pauli Murray, writer, poet, lawyer, civil rights activist and Episcopal priest. She will talk about how she wrote this children’s book about Murray’s life. There will be a short Q&A period after the presentation, time permitting.
  • Sun, Feb 20
    ZOOM
    This presentation will explore traditions of contemplation in African American Christian Spirituals drawing from Barbara Holmes’ work Unspeakable Joy.
  • Sun, Feb 13
    ZOOM
    The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King is known as a national hero. This presentation will explore Dr. King’s revolutionary Christian witness.