What do we believe? And how, then, shall we practice?
One of the great blessings of life in the Episcopal Church is that we think for ourselves. There’s no doctrinal statement that you have to agree to, in order to belong. The challenge of that is that you can be a faithful Episcopalian for your whole life and never have to articulate what faith means for you, and how God might be calling you to live accordingly.
Over the next five months, the Rev. Canon Kristin White will lead a discussion in which we explore our questions of faith – what we believe, what we wonder about, and how we are compelled to act.
These gatherings are open to all people who wish to deepen their faith. If you are considering confirmation, this is for you. If you have already been confirmed but wish to join the discussion, this is for you. If you have come to St. Andrew’s from another religious background and have questions about what it means to be Episcopalian, this is for you. If the upside-down nature of so much that has happened in the world, particularly in these past 18 months, has caused you to ask questions about God and faith, this is for you.
We will meet after Eucharist from 11:30am-12:30pm on: September 12, October 10, November 7, December 5, and January 23. If you would like to take part, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reverend Canon Kristin Uffelman White
Canon to the Ordinary for Congregational Development and Leadership