St. Mark's Episcopal Church

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Adult Education

On September 26, we begin a discussion of the book Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. We will meet weekly on Mondays at 7 pm on Zoom.

The Youth Book Club will be reading a teen version of Braiding Sweetgrass. We look forward to sharing our experiences with each other.

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.

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

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