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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.

COMING UP

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.

PAST EVENTS INCLUDE…

  • 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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