Saturday, February 05, 2022
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Christian faith formation is a lifelong process of developing our relationship with God, ourselves, and other people. Every experience in our lives provides us with the opportunity to express our faith. The challenge is recognizing these opportunities. St. M&M’s adult faith formation helps you grow closer to God. Come renew and revitalize your faith with the fellowship of our adult church congregation.
We offer a variety of faith formation activities for adults in the parish. Throughout the year we host Bible Study Groups, Men's Groups, Women's Groups, and more. Here’s what we study:
Not sure how to pray? Do you want to learn how God is working in your life? The Anamchara Fellowship can help!
Founded in the tradition of the Episcopal Church, with a Celic spirit, the Anamchara Fellowship is a recognized religious order that welcomes all people. Members must be self-supporting and are bound to each other by common ideals and a commitment to prayer and service.
The Anamchara Fellowship offers special prayer services, retreats, labyrinth walks, and other opportunities for spiritual growth to St. M & M members and the wider community.
If you are 18 or older and feel called to a deeper ministry of teaching, spiritual direction, and pastoral care you might consider becoming a companion of the order or even a vowed member.
The companions are men and women who desire to connect themselves with the brothers and sisters of the Anamchara Fellowship but do not feel called to Religious vowed life.
Looking to increase your faith? Do you wish to enrich and deepen your relationship with Christ? A Cursillo weekend may be what you are looking for.
The Cursillo Weekend brings together a diverse group of Episcopalians to share the richness of worship and broaden our appreciation for our church. Lay people conduct the Weekend with two or three clergy members as spiritual advisors.
During the Weekend, the first evening is spent with meditations and discussions. Then blessed silence is kept until after the worship the next morning. After breakfast participants are assigned to table/family groups for the weekend. The days are filled with talks and group discussions with emphasis on the doctrine of Grace, the Sacraments, and the great Cursillo tripod: Piety, Study, and Action.
All Weekends include fellowship, singing, good food, and time for privacy, meditation, and prayer. Through the Cursillo community, there are ongoing means to support Christian Ministry and Living.
Carrying the Gospel of Christ into the world through technology and media.
Acolytes are part of a very old tradition that dates back into the Third Century. Acolytes have served at the altar of God since the year 250 A.D.
The Altar Guild is a ministry of “quiet service”. It may be behind the scenes, but it is a critical act of service to the church.