Growing our spiritual lives is one of the primary benefits of being a part of a church community. That growth can happen sometimes even when we’re not paying attention, but taking the time to actively pay attention and reflect with others can allow our spiritual growth to truly take root in our lives – bettering not only ourselves but our broader community.
Four-week topic: Living the Spirit-Filled Life
What does it mean to live a more Spirit-filled life? Who is the Holy Spirit? What does the Holy Spirit have to do with our day-to-day lives?
For the next four weeks, Adult Forum will ponder these questions. With the help of author, media personality, and Episcopal priest, Fr. Albert Cutie, we will find some answers to these, and other questions like them.
In brief, Fr. Albert this summary: “A Spirit-filled life is one that is radically open to the presence of the living God. Jesus promises us and wishes for us a Spirit-filled life; the Holy Spirit is quite simply, quite powerfully, the presence of the living God, the Creator of the universe.”
“When we intentionally invite the Holy Spirit into our daily actions and habits, we will become more in tune with God and with what God is calling us to do, to say, to be. We will experience that peace which passes all understanding when we are following God’s voice.”
Join us, in-person or on-line by Zoom at 9:35 a.m.* for the beginning of a new Adult Forum series, moderated by Fr. Rick. We hope to see you there.
*If you are joining us in-person, we will be meeting downstairs in the Rose Room. Childcare will be available starting at 9:30 a.m., just across the hall.
Adult Forum info
Grace’s Adult Discussion Group meets 9:35 am–10:20 am Sundays from September through May to explore challenging topics related to the expression of our Christian faith in the modern world.
Coffee’s always on! The Rector generally, though not exclusively, leads the Forum. All are welcome! No pre-registration is required, and it’s not necessary to attend every session in a series. Just join us!