ADULT FAITH FORMATION
Christ Church Cathedral is committed to providing opportunities for adults to explore and nurture their faith. Opportunities include ongoing seminars, bible studies, workshops, book studies, and discussion groups. These programs support people's growth by encouraging them to meet, read, think and discuss issues surrounding Christianity and spirituality.
RECONCILIATION: “The Love of Christ compels us”
A Bible Study based on 2 Corinthians 5:11-6:11
led by Adela Torchia and John Barton
The resources for this study are based on an invitation of the World Council of Churches to the Council of Churches in Germany to develop a series of bible studies to “commemorate together the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation”.
We shall provide each person with the New Revised Standard Version translation of the text of 2 Corinthians 5:11-6:11 on one page, but ask that you bring your Bible with you for reference to other passages.
EfM is a four year part-time study program designed to teach people to think theologically, develop a personal systematic theology and increase their knowledge of the Holy Scriptures. There are several groups in the diocese offering this program with one of them meeting at the Cathedral (Thursday mornings in the Deanery). For more information about the program, please check out the EfM websites below. More details about the sessions at the Cathedral will be posted as soon as they are available.