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 will use Zoom to meet at 10:30 on Sunday mornings for an hour.  We will spend two sessions on each Practice. We will begin each Practice with an explanation of what the practice is calling us to do. The second session will be a time of reflecting on the Practice and ways we can implement it in our daily lives. Scripture will help us see how each of these Practices are connected to the life Jesus lived. There will also be frequent references to the Book of Common Prayer. We will end our study by about the Rule of Life and creating our personal Rule of Life. The schedule for this study follows:

            Jan. 24                         Introduction

            Jan. 31, Feb. 7             Turn

            Feb. 14, 21                  Pray

            Feb. 28, Mar. 7            Learn

            Mar. 14, 21                  Bless

            Mar. 28, Apr. 11          Rest

            Apr. 4 is Easter Sunday and we will not have class

            Apr. 18, 25                  Worship

            May 2, 9                      Go

            May 16                        Rule of Life

There’s no need to sign-up ahead of time. The link to the Zoom invitation will be posted in the Thursday email and will also be included in the email sent out Sunday morning with the link to the worship service. Just click on the link and join us for thought provoking conversation as we learn about the Way of Love. If you’d like a “sneak preview” visit this website:


Please contact Lee Stroud ( if you have questions about this study.

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