Discipleship and Formation
Catechism classes are held each year to assist new congregants in learning about the tenants of the Anglican faith. Many long-time members also participate to refresh their understanding as well. Participants study the Trinity, the Church, the Creeds, the Sacraments, the Ten Commandments, Prayer and Worship, and following the church year calendar. The Anglican Book of Prayer, the Sunday service booklet and other tools help to develop a devotional life and deepen our relationship with Jesus Christ. Catechism class is a necessary step toward confirmation in the Anglican church.
Children’s Sunday School lessons and activities are available for children ages preschool to 5th grade during the church service. Children meet in the back of the church during the Gradual (song before the Gospel reading) and will walk to the classroom together. They will return during the exchanging of the peace so they can join their families during Communion. If you have questions, or are interested in helping with children’s ministry, please contact Paula Velez (559-389-8042 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Adult Forum is held on Sundays to learn and discuss various teachings from scripture, biblical figures, and Christian living.