The Way Of Love

The Adult Education and Formation Committee at Holy Cross is excited to invite you to join us in an exploration of The Way of Love. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry says the Way of Love is more than a program; it is a way of life. We hope you will join us Sunday, January 24 as we enter into reflection, discernment and commitment around the practices of Turn-Learn-Pray-Worship-Bless-Rest-Go. Through this study we hope we will grow as a community and our personal faith journeys will be enhanced. We…

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Coming in November

October 18th and 25th over 50 Holy Cross parishioners will gather in Zoom groups to share parts of their story.  It’s been a long time since we’ve been together and we’re excited to renew old friendships and meet new friends.  There’s still time if you’d like to participate, just contact one of the committee members listed below and we’ll happily add you to one of the Zoom groups. In November we want to move forward with our Zoom groups and have conversations about a shared reading of Welcome t…

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Adult Education and Formation Committee

Missing the Holy Cross Community? Need Some Spiritual Nourishment? If your answer is “YES!” your Adult Education and Formation Committee has developed the following plan…….. You will be contacted by phone in the next few weeks and invited to join a Zoom group of about nineparishioners to share a bit of your story. Discussions will be based around topics such as: o Where are you fromo What brought you to Holy Crosso What do you most enjoy about Holy Crosso Where do we go from here Dates and …

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Adult Education and Formation

  Adult Education and Formation Coming Soon TELLING OUR STORIES We want to hear your story.  Watch for more information.   Parish Education and Formation I like to say that for Christians, Education is everything that happens above our necks, while Formation has to do with everything below! They cannot be separated, of course; for example, when I understand myself or something else differently, it is of no consequence if I don't act any differently.  Episcopal beliefs have to do not mere…

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