Adult Education

Adult Theological Study & Reflections

9:15-10:00 AM

• Conversations on Grace led by The Rev. Jeremy L. Carlson and The Rev. Danielle Thompson in Randolph Memorial Hall.

February 3:  Grace in the Pauline Writings: Romans and Philemon

February 10:  Grace in the Synoptic Gospels

February 17:  Grace in John and the Johanine Letters

February 24:  Grace in Deutero-Paul and James

March 3:  Grace in Hebrews, the Pastoral Epistles, and Revelation

 • “How to Read the Bible in A Modern World” conversations facilitated by The Rev. H. Huey Gardner in the Library. 

February 3:  Parables:  What Do They Mean to Us Today?

February 10:  Miracles: Knowing What We Do Now, Do They Exist?

February 17:  Gender: Reading Texts that Concern the Role of Women (led by The Rev. Danielle Thompson)

February 24:  Atonement: Jesus as the Only Way to the Father?

March 3:  Reconciliation: Can Episcopalians Really Go to Confession? 

 • Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Communion Meditations for Adults led by Beverley Hoyt in Room 108.  (Concludes on February 10.) 

 • “The Way of Love” Class for 30’s and 40’s led by Dan Weathers and Emily Yancey in the Living Room.



Our weekly Bible Studies offer options to continue your spiritual growth. We'll explore varying topics and issues and learn from in depth Bible study and open dialogue. 

Paul's Letter to the Romans

This letter is considered by most to be the “magnus opus” of the Pauline writings.  It is the sixth book of the Christian canon and Paul’s longest letter.  N. T. Wright considers it to be the “mountain peak” that all work towards understanding.  While there is disagreement on particular sections, there is no disagreement that the texts reflect a significant understanding of the meaning of salvation through Jesus Christ.  Rome was the center of the ancient world and if Paul can establish a foothold here among some of the earliest Christians – the faith could make it anywhere.  Come and join the conversation, and the opportunity for personal reflection. Paul will ask us to consider what is salvation?

Men’s Bible Study:  Tuesdays beginning September 11, 7:10 AM—8:00 AM in Room 108

Women’s Bible Study:  Wednesdays beginning September 12, 10:10 AM – 11:00 AM in Randolph Memorial Hall



Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m. in Room 108.  Led by Jeremy Carlson and Ed Allen. EfM is a four-year course designed by the School of Theology at Sewanee to give the laity an opportunity to study the Bible, the history of the church, and theology. 


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