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What is Anglican? (Catechesis)
September 15 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The word Catechesis means religious instruction given to a person in preparation for Christian baptism or confirmation, typically using a catechism.
Catechesis is a study for all who desire to learn more about the Christian faith including: church history, matters of doctrine, the ancient creeds and how the earliest of Christians interpreted the faith. Catechesis will be held from 5:30-7:00 pm on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sunday evenings beginning September 8. Catechesis will explore the Christian faith and we will read the book Anglican Catholic by Bp. Mark Haverland. All are welcome, especially those wishing to join our parish. Dinner will be served prior to the study. If you’re interested in attending, please let Father Miller know.
Childcare will be provided by Ava and Annie Miller; children will learn Bible stories, do activities, and eat dinner with those going through the classes. This will be a wonderful time to grow in the faith. Plan to join us! We invite you to join our study whether you are already a Christian or someone interested in church membership or simply desire to learn more. If you are interested, please contact Fr. Miller