Faith Formation at Grace
Faith formation is at the center of who we are at Grace. Understanding God’s active presence with us, we invite people of all ages to embark on journeys of transformation in community. At Grace, you’ll find practices and programs to meet you where you are: prayer, contemplation, meditation, social justice offerings, community building, book gatherings, study groups, spiritual discernment, and more.
On Sunday mornings, you’ll find faith formation opportunities for children, youth, and adults. If you’re looking for connection with others beyond Sunday morning, please consider joining a group, attending a gathering, or getting involved as a volunteer during the week.
Questions or suggestions? Please contact our Director of Faith Formation, Kim Cockroft.
Events during Lent 2024
Wintering Book Group
First four Thursdays in February:
Feb. 1, 8, 15, & 22 at 10am
Join us in discussion of Katherine's May's celebrated memoir, Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times. Over the course of a year, May weaves in images of the natural world and winter-centric cultures to explore what “wintering” of the spirit means—and all the treasures we may discover in a seemingly barren season.
All are welcome! For questions and to RSVP, please contact Florrie Munat or Kim Cockroft. Books and reading schedules are available in the Narthex for a suggested donation of $13.
For those of you who might not have the chance to read the book selections, you are welcome to come with your stories and experiences.
Tuesday Lenten Soup Evenings
February 20, February 27, March 5,
March 12, March 19, 6:15 – 8:15pm
All are warmly welcomed and encouraged to join us for part or the entirety of our evening together! Childcare will be provided during the liturgy and discussion.
Our evenings will start with a simple, shared meal, followed by evensong, and concluding with a discussion around the book On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unapologetic World by Danya Ruttenberg. Books and reading schedules are available in the Narthex for a suggested donation of $18. You do not need to read the book to participate in the discussions. For questions, please email Kim.