Fellowship for Adults
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Classes every Sunday at 9:30 a.m., September through most of May.
- The Church in Today’s World (in Gable Hall). Weekly speakers on a wide range of spiritual, historical, and social topics.
- Christian Parenting based on the text “Spiritual Parenting.” For fathers and mothers.
EDUCATION FOR MINISTRY (EFM)
Take the next step Thursday evenings in the Parlor from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
EFM is preparation for ministry administered by the School of Theology at the University of the South in Sewanee. Through study, prayer, and reflection in a seminar setting facilitated by a trained mention, EFM groups examine the history of the Christian tradition, the disciplines of biblical exegesis and interpretation, systematic theology, church history, ethics, liturgics, and ascetical theology.
EFM a four-year curriculum; students enroll for nine-month cycles.
FELLOWSHIP IN GABLE HALL
Join us for an alternative to the Sunday classroom experience.
With a good cup of coffee in hand, get to know your neighbors in the church. (Note: Our price beats Starbucks!)
Explore the St. Martin's Utts Library in the Burgreen Conference Room.
The library provides resources both for instructors in our Sunday school classes and for our parishioners in their spiritual journeys.
The library has a growing catalog of more than 700 books on biblical studies, personal spiritual growth, Episcopal Church history and practices, and other categories. There is also a comprehensive reference section that includes complete sets of the Interpreter's Bible and a children’s section where children are welcome.
THURSDAY BIBLE STUDY FOR MEN
All men in the parish are invited to attend any Thursday at 7:30 a.m.
Bible studies are held in the parlor. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BROWN BAG THEOLOGY
This book group meets every second Thursday at noon in the Burgreen Room.
2017–18 Reading List
The Lemon Jell-O Syndrome | Man Martin
A Gentlemen in Moscow | Amor Towles
Small Great Things | Jodi Picoult
Deal Breaker | Harlan Coben
The Girls of Atomic City | Denise Kiernan
Antique House Murders (book 2) | Leslie Nagel (Skype with author)
The Women in the Castle | Jessica Shattuck
A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L’Engle
The Lilac Girls | Martha Hall Kelly