Adult Christian Education Classes

Basic Bible Study
Distributed via email Sundays

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“Big Beliefs for Real Life: Journeying from ‘Creation to New Creation’”

This series will take us through big beliefs of faith, using the book Café Theology to consider the big story of God and how it affects our smaller stories of faith.

Creation – Sunday, January 10
The Fall – Sunday, January 17
Providence – Sunday, January 24
Incarnation – Sunday, February 7
Atonement – Sunday, February 14

St. Martin’s 20s & 30s
Wednesdays via Zoom at 7:30 p.m.

“The Return of the King: A Study of Revelation”

Many people think that the Book of Revelation is hard to understand; it is filled with strange, dazzling imagery that can be confusing to decipher. However, the Book of Revelation is extremely important for us today as it offers the clearest picture of God’s ultimate purpose for our world. Join us on Wednesday nights as we explore the teachings of this often misunderstood book.

January 13: Kick-off Party
January 20: Introduction
January 27: A Heavenly Vision (Revelation 1:1-20)
February 3: QUESTIONS WITH THE RECTOR
February 10: The Message to the Seven Churches (Revelation 2:1-3:22)
February 16: SHROVE TUESDAY SOCIAL
February 17: NO MEETING – ASH WEDNESDAY
February 24: God’s Throne Room (Revelation 4:1-5:14)
March 3: Opening the Seven Seals (Revelation 6:1-8:1)
March 10: The Seven Trumpets (Revelation 8:2-11:19)
March 17: ST. PATRICK’S DAY SOCIAL
March 24: Seven Symbolic Histories (Revelation 12:1-14:20)
March 31: SPECIAL DISCUSSION – The Meaning of Easter
April 7: The Seven Bowls (Revelation 15:1-16:21)
April 14: SPECIAL GUEST – MISSION & OUTREACH
April 21: Babylon the Prostitute (Revelation 17:1-19:20)
May 5: CINCO DE MAYO SOCIAL
May 12: The Final Battle (Revelation 19:11-21)
May 19: The Judgements (Revelation 20:1-21:8)
May 26: The New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:9-22:21)
June 2: SPRING SOCIAL

Covenant Groups

Have you found yourself desiring a closer relationship with other parishioners while  deepening your personal spiritual life? Join one of our Covenant Groups, small groups of  10–12 people who meet bi-weekly from September to May in parishioners’ homes. Meeting for approximately two hours on a designated weeknight, each group discusses the week’s Bible study as they forge new friendships in a pleasant and welcoming setting.  Making a choice from a selection of study guides suggested by St. Martin’s Clergy, each  group will study and discuss their particular choice for the entire year. For more information and to participate, contact Kathy Johnson at 713-985-3834 or email hidden; JavaScript is required.