St. Mark's Episcopal Church

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Adult Education

In the late winter/early spring 2023, we are reading Richard Rohr’s Falling Upward.

You can order a paperback copy for $14.95 from Children’s Book Cellar in Waterville 872-4543, Amazon, or borrow/request a copy through your local public library.

Everyone is invited. If you have not yet participated in our book group, contact Sue Nelson to be added to the email list so that you receive the Zoom link, which is also shared in the weekly e-news.

If you do not already receive our e-news, you can ask to be added to the mailing list to receive more information about this Adult Ed session.

 Completed Adult Education programs via Zoom from 2020 and 2022.

  • Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer.
  • “Abide with Me” by Elizabeth Strout.
  • “When Tears Sing, The Art of lament in Christian Community” by William Blaine-Wallace. June-July 2022.
  • The Church Cracked Open by Stephanie Spellers. Spring 2022.
  • Exploring what it means to say God is Love. Fall of 2021
  • Sacred Ground discussion group,
  • Book discussion groups on White Fragility and Resurrecting Easter.
  • A class on an Introduction to the Episcopal Church and the Book of Common Prayer.
  • Film viewing and discussion on Traces of the Trade and Two Popes.
  • In 2019 we discussed Bishop Curry’s The Way of Love.

Watch for new discussion groups and classes in our weekly news.
Ask to be added to our e-news mailing list.

When we can gather again, we will resume our Sunday mornings adult program, as well as occasional weekday evening classes.

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