Christian Formation

Sunday School 

Our Children’s Sunday School is aimed at elementary grades in a one-room school-house style environment.  Miss Muriel and Miss Sharon are dedicated teachers who love helping the children learn stories, songs and traditions as they grow in their relationhsip with Jesus. 

Class begins at 10:00 a.m. and children join their families for Holy Communion. 

Morning Prayer and Book Study Club

Led by Fr. Kenn

Thursday's at 10 am

Evening Adult Bible Study

St. Clement's weekly Adult Bible Study focuses on the The Revised Common Lectionary Readings for the upcoming Sunday, giving participants the opportunity to cover the readings for the three-year Revised Common Lectionary Schedule.  Led by Guido Polano and Tim Tribble. Join us Tuesday evenings at 6:45 p.m. at the church.  Bible study booklets available.  

Contemplative Prayer Group 

"Silence is God's first language." - John of the Cross

The St. Clement's Contemplative Prayer Group is having it's first meeting in the St. Clement's Sanctuary at 7 pm on Tuesday, May 1, 2018. 

This group is an informal gathering to explore together the vibrant traditions of silent Christian prayer. There are many methods of being in the mindful presence of God—some ancient and some more modern.

The group will be a chance to to delve into these different methods and traditions while giving us the forum to discuss our experiences as we try them out. 

There are no experts here! Whether this is the first you're hearing about contemplative prayer, you've been curious for years, or you already practice some form of meditation, the group is open, welcoming, and affirming to everyone and anyone with any interest in contemplative/centering prayer. This is an opportunity to come together in community with patience and kindness to discover how Christian meditation can give us another avenue to explore our relationship with God. 

Please email Emily Hyberg if you have any questions - emily.hyberg@gmail.com

 

 

 

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