5:30 PM Holy Eucharist, St. Mary’s Chapel
6:15 PM Dinner, Great Hall
6:45 PM Break for classes
8:00 PM Compline, St. Mary’s Chapel

Wednesday evenings at CSMSG are for fellowship and formation. Come to pray, to eat, to learn, and to enjoy an evening together. This year’s theme is “A Glorious Company,” and we will explore various facets of the Christian Communion, both across the Church at large and as Episcopalian Anglicans. Each series, and even to a degree each Wednesday session, is designed to stand alone, so we encourage you to try different classes throughout the year. Come to one part of the evening or all, we’ll look forward to seeing you here!

 

April 26-May 24
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and “Faith in War”

As America marks the 100th anniversary of our entry into WWI, Fr. Blake will offer an Eastertide series of classes on “Faith and War” – considering various ways in which Christians have responded to the demands and pressures of armed conflict, particularly during the “Great War” and its aftermath. Guest speakers will round out the topics covered.

April 26 and May 3
“Sustaining Spirituality In Your Loved One at the End of Life.”
Paul tells us that nothing can separate us from the love of God. Yet at the end of life, dementia, pain, anger, and depression cause us to struggle to be present to our loved ones. The Community of Hope is offering a 2-session class on how we can use our church’s resources and our own faith at this difficult time. The class will be taught by Jeanne Allison.