Unless otherwise indicated all events take place at the church.
Aikido at the church every Wednesday from 5:30 to 7pm.
All are welcome!
All are warmly invited to presentations by the seminary students on the following Thursday evenings from 7:30 – 8:30 pm at the church. All welcome – no registration required.
The Letters of Paul
1 Corinthians, Monica Sanchez, February 13
Collosians, Jong-Won Choi, February 13
Seminary Open Course: The Lord of Karma and the Mystery Dramas
Monday – Friday, March 2 – 6, 2020An open course of the Seminary of the Christian Community taking place in the community room, with Rev. Daniel Hafner. Registration required: All are welcome. For details visit the seminary web site: www.christiancommunityseminary.ca.
To register, email email@example.com or call (905) 771-0705.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: THANK YOU!
NEW CHILDREN’S PROGRAM
– EVERY SUNDAY –
Starting at 9:30 am
Sunday Service and Sunday School
New Sunday School for Parents and Adults!
We are excited to announce the beginning of a Sunday School program with classes every Sunday for children from grade 1 through grade 8 AND Sunday School for Adults. With three resident priests (Jonah Evans, Patrick Kennedy and Susan Locey) and seminary students in training, new possibilities open up to offer your children and your family even more ways to grow in and towards the One who is our helping guide through all the paths of life.
Each Sunday, grade 1 – 3 will be together (in the ….library) and have a program specially dedicated to their developmental age, awakening their wonder and awe before the revelation of God’s majesty in the world, in stories of the saints and in the gospel readings and parables that they hear in the service.
Grades 4-8 will have their own class as well (in the … community room?). In this age group we lead the children into the experience of the Divine at work in human history (From Abraham to Christ Jesus and the Gospels) and in human destiny (recent stories of human beings who live in deep connection with the spirit and in experience of Christ).
Confirmation Classes will also be starting soon!
Sunday School for Adults
But, perhaps the most important thing for our children is that we, their parents, care for our relationship with the Divine. Therefore, we are very excited to be able to offer classes each Sunday to the parents and adults who are there. Our goal will be to support you in many different ways in the themes of Knowing the Divine, Reverence in the Life of the Child, the Meaning of the Festivals, Seeking the Christ’s Presence, Prayer and Being on the Path of Christian Discipleship. Jonah Evans, Patrick Kennedy and others will offer these classes and it will involve presentations, conversations, personal reflection and more. There is no commitment needed to show up to each class; everyone is welcome to come when they can.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us:
Patrick Kennedy and Jonah Evans
Confirmation Preparation for 8th Graders
For all children who are approximately 14 years old who would like to journey through our sacred rite of passage into young adulthood; you are most welcome to attend! Confirmation students will also be expected to attend the Sunday Service for Children at 10:30 am and work on their confirmation projects quietly during the adult’s service. For more information contact Rev. Evans.
Advent Fair Craft Group
Tuesday mornings 10:00 am to noon September to July.
Feel free to join us and learn whatever craft we are making. All are welcome!
Contact Beth Currie 905-737-2193
A regular meeting for friends and members after the service
Next meeting: To be announced.
Living with Christ Study Group
Wednesdays, 10:00 to 11:30 am. Meets in the library after the service (except July and August)
We are studying the Gospel of John elucidating themes that deepen out relationship with Christ. All are welcome!
The Christology Study Group
Tuesdays, 7:30 – 9:00 pm (except July and August)
With Rev. Evans and Heidi Vukovich
“How Can Mankind Find the Christ Again”
by Rudolf Steiner
All are welcome!
Thursday Study Group
Thursday mornings 11:30 – 12:30. Begins in September and ends at Christmas. All are welcome!
“Understanding Love” with Rev. Inken Contreras.
The Christian Community Choir
Scheduled Sundays, from 9:30-10:30am
For more information contact E. Chomko firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Evans Visiting Ottawa and Montreal
Feb. 22-23; April 25-26.
Rev. Evans Visiting Durham
Feb. 1; May 23
Rev. Evans Visiting Camp Hill
May 17; June 21
The Act of Consecration of Man, our communion service
Sunday at 11am (Except August)
Monday and Tuesday at 8:45 am in the main chapel until Dec. 17, 2019 (resumes January 6, 2020)
Note: Monday’s service is in German
Wednesday at 9:00 am in the small chapel (Except July and August)
Thursday at 8:45 am in the main chapel until Dec. 18, 2019 (resumes January 6, 2020)
Thursday at 10:30 am in the small chapel (Except July and August)
Friday at 8:45 am in the main chapel until Dec. 20, 2019 (resumes January 6, 2020)
Our Children’s Program
Religious Education – Scheduled Sundays from 9:30-11am (Except July & August)
Sunday Service for Children at 10:30am (Except July & August)
Contact Rev. Evans for more information
Child care is available during the adult service every Sunday! Except in July and August.
This summer ASK 2020 – a conference on our relationship with the living Christ in Atlanta!
As many of us are spending time thinking about the coming of Christmas, we may also be planning our gardens for spring planting, summer tending, and autumn harvest. I am contemplating our ASK 2020 conference in Atlanta, as “cultivating the garden of meaning”, which is the title of an article by Rev Carol Kelly, in Perspectives, a newsletter from the U.K. It struck me as pertinent, because one of her paragraphs says, “We need to gather together as adults for retreats and conferences, to be able to turn off the phone, to become quiet, to listen, to gather insights from one another and to pray. We do not take this seriously enough. Retreats are opportunities for deep community building, for deepening our understanding of the passion and resurrection of Christ, for learning one another’s biographies and strengthening our connection to one another. We have one direction in church, facing the altar. But we have another direction to cultivate in community life, looking toward one another and building Christ-community.”
Please consider joining us June 24-28, this summer, for just such a cultivation of fertile ground. Our website is ask2020atlanta.org. It isn’t completely finished, but you will find some interesting information about our plans and an opportunity to register.
With Love and Gratitude,
PO Box 2557
Loganville, GA 30052
706-540-5871 phone or text