Adult Education

ADULT FAITH FORUM FOR MAY AND EARLY JUNE

Beginning Sunday, May 7, the Adult Faith Forum for May and early June will feature a discussion of the noted Episcopalian author Diana Butler-Bass’s latest book, Grounded. In a time when many people are leaving behind traditional religious practices, Butler Bass argues that what appears to be a decline actually signals a major transformation in how people understand and experience God. Bass unpacks how people are finding new spiritual ground by discovering and embracing God everywhere in the world around us. This discussion series, led by Fr. Craig MacColl and others, will be an excellent compliment to Good Shepherd’s current Spiritual Life Inventory process, which will be concluded in May.

The Faith Forum currently meets in the small conference room across the hall from the Chapel at 8:50 am, but will move to the chapel/conference room on May 28.

 

SMALL GROUPS SPRING 2017

There are four small groups currently meeting either at church or in parishioners' homes:

  • Monday morning women's study and fellowship group, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm, chapel/conference room
  • Tuesday morning women's "Faith Club," 10:00 - 11:00 am, chapel/conference room

Click here for more information about both of these groups.

  • Friday evening study group; meets in parishioners' homes; contact Kees Corssmit for more information 303-638-7216
  • 2nd and 4th Saturday mornings, Good Shepherd Men's Group, 7:30 am - 9:00 am

 Click here for more information about the Men's Group

 

The mission of Adult Education is to support and guide faith formation for all adults at Good Shepherd.

Our vision is:

To mentor and raise up education advocates who model their spiritual journey

To invite people to explore their relationship with God and with each other through education programs.

To search for ways to create and offer educational programs that are meaningful for people on their spiritual journey.

To communicate and promote educational choices available at Good Shepherd.

To raise up people who feel called to teach and guide others in the area of faith formation.

On Sunday mornings we offer a 50-minute program of adult education titled "Faith Forum."

The Faith Forum meets at 8:50 am in the chapel/conference room, and is an opportunity for adults to explore a wide range of issues or topics relating to the Bible, current moral or ethical issues, church history, or the Church's response to current social issues.

 

 

Upcoming Events

07/25/2017 - 10:00am