Christian formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, ourselves and all creation.
Hearing the Word of God through scripture, working to discern God's will through study, and observing a prayerful life help us draw closer to God. When we set time aside to share our faith journeys and explore the stories of our faith, we realize God can be found in the most unexpected of places.
Adult Formation occurs once a month between Sunday Services. Topics and discussion are chosen to help people connect faith and the teachings of the Church with the way they live their lives. Participants are encouraged to share and reflect in a safe and loving community. An ecumenical study group with our Methodist and UCC neighbors meets in the fall and the spring on Wednesday mornings.
Every Monday evening, all are welcome to participate in a lively discussion about faith. The topics range from studying books of the Bible, walking through a Beth Moore or Andy Stanley study together or reviewing the latest Christian movie at the theater. It's an informal, friendly gathering, fueled by yummy treats and a shared love of God that results in learning and lots of laughter.
Mother Mo also leads various Bible studies throughout the year. Creating a sacred space where we come together to study various topics of the Bible, discuss current events and learn spiritual practices helps draw us into a deeper relationship with our creator.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING
Anyone interested in discussing faith-inspired or otherwise inspirational works is invited to participate in Calvary's monthly book group. Novels are chosen by consensus and span both older and more contemporary writings. We've shared books that illuminate the roots of our faith, books that exemplify Christian living in troubled times, books that explore our relationship to God, and books that enlarge our vision to see the love of Christ for all people.