At St. Francis, we understand discipleship as a lifelong journey. Learning is a part of what it means to live as baptized Christian. Sunday mornings offer time for gathering and reflection on a range of topics, in both large- and small-group settings. A full list of our current offerings can be found below or by clicking the Upcoming Events tab to the right. If you have any questions about our Adult Education and Formation programs, please contact Fr. Drew.
9:15am - 10:15am
Sunday Mornings (check upcoming events to ensure that the class is currently running)
A time for adult parishioners to gather for conversation along with presentations by speakers – both church members and outside guests. Topics address current events and issues of interest to our parishioners, as well as Bible studies.
Jewish and Christian Explorations
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Monday Evenings (check church calendar to ensure that the class is currently running)
Samuel Moss is the lecturer and facilitator for a continuing series of explorations in biblical studies, theology, religion and spirituality, which are open to the entire parish and the greater community. Visitors are always welcome. Sam has BA degrees in Anthropology/Sociology and Psychology, an MDiv degree from Duke University and over 25 years of teaching experience. Please feel free to join us, or contact Sam for additional information.
Adult Inquirer’s Class
A newcomer or inquirer’s class is offered once or twice a year to introduce visitors or newcomers to St. Francis and to the Episcopal Church. This also prepares adults for confirmation. Please contact the Church Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about this classes schedule.
Wednesdays in Lent
During the season of Lent, we will focus our discipleship through the good and holy work of worship. Each Wednesday we will hold an Evening Prayer service that will last 30-45 minutes