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Small Groups

 

St. Stephens offers many learning and spiritual growth opportunities each week. We are embracing what it means to be able to meet in a hybrid format, these are our current small groups who meet online and in-person.

 

Rosary Group

(Saturdays at 8:00 AM via Zoom)

Gathers to pray the rosary and fellowship together weekly. Open to youth as well as adults.

Adult Forum

(Sundays at 9:30 AM via Zoom)

Each Sunday we host an Adult Forum with rotating topics and speakers as a way to engage our faith and the world through conversation and learning.

Bible Study

Mondays at Noon via Zoom)

Meet with the Rector and other parishioners to discuss the readings for the upcoming week.  No preparation is required.  

Sacred Ground

(Wednesdays at 12:00 PM via Zoom)

Sacred Ground is a dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. The  curriculum of documentary films and readings focuses on Indigenous, Black, Latino, and Asian/Pacific American histories as they intersect with European American histories. Learn more here.

The Presence Group

(Sundays at 3:00 PM via Zoom)

 We are a group of contemplative individuals whose purpose is to strive to be continually awake to the certain presence of God in ourselves, in others, and in all living things. We do this by exploring a variety of sources through group discussion, through active prayer lives, and by engaging in meditation – both group and individual – to “listen with the heart” for God’s voice. We welcome anyone who wishes to join us. Our blog can be found here Questions? Email Fred Bellido.

Episcopal Beliefs & Practices

(Sundays at 3:00 PM via Zoom)
Beings on Feb. 13. 

This course explores our particular beliefs and practices as Episcopalians. In addition to basic theological concepts and a survey of our individual and corporate spiritual practices, we also examine Anglican history, our unique governance, and how our faith informs our daily life. Those preparing for baptism, baptism sponsorship, confirmation, and reception into the Episcopal Church must attend this course first. Longtime members often use this course as a refresher and renewal of their faith life. 

If you are interested in this class or want to know more about it, email our Curate, Rev. Hannah Pommersheim.

 

You can find the Zoom links for these groups by visiting our “This Week at St. Stephen’s” page or by signning up to our newsletter, the E-Star.