Women’s Group

The Women’s Group meets monthly during the program year (mid-September through mid-May) to “build each other up” (1 Thess. 5:11) in the faith of Jesus Christ through discussion and shared learning that engages the head, heart, and spirit. All women are welcome.


Tuesday, February 4

6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Women’s Group meets in the Parish House. The Rev. Adrian Dannhauser will lead Part 2 of “Spiritual Autobiographies.” If you missed Part 1, a joint session with the Men’s Group, click here for the spiritual timeline exercise to complete in advance of the meeting. All women are welcome. Refreshments will be served.


  • Bible Trivia Night with the Men’s Group. Congratulations to the Brood of Vipers on their trivia win!
  • a talk by the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser on women in first century Judaism and early Christianity.
  • a talk by parishioner Lenore Ritter on the spiritual practice of decluttering. Lenore is a professional Home Product Designer, Organizer and Real Estate Stager.
  • an evening out to see Martin Luther on Trial, a divine comedy performed by Fellowship for Performing Arts.
  • a workshop led by the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser on making and praying with Anglican Prayer Beads. All participants designed and made their own prayer beads to keep.
  • a presentation by guest speaker Retta Blaney on the 10 elements of the universal spiritual life — Faith, In the Moment, Listening, Silence, Prayer, Self-Knowledge, Community, Hospitality, Ritual and Transformation — and their importance to practitioners in the arts and in the Judeo-Christian tradition. Retta is a journalist, writing professor and author of Working on the Inside: the Spiritual Life through the Eyes of Actors.
  • a joint meeting with the Men’s Group to learn about the historical Jesus. The Rector and Associate Rector led a discussion about who Jesus was as a person in history and how this informs our claim that he is Risen Lord today.

Contact the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser, Interim Priest in Charge, for more information.

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