Adult Formation Classes, Weekly, 9:30 am
Equipping the Saints, Lower Level of Heyward Hall, 9:30 am
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are the key facts of the Gospel, cosmic events that have forever changed what humans face the end of biological life. Yet every human faces death with natural fear, and many of our most troubling behaviors are rooted in an unchallenged fear of the end. This Sunday morning series will offer both spiritual and practical ways to invite Resurrection hope into your life, making preparations for death that will make life richer and more joyful.
March 1 : Memento Mori: Remembering Death as a Spur to Life
John Montgomery and Nicholas Beasley
March 8 No meeting; Kanuga Parish Weekend
March 15 Isn’t It Time We Talked? Opening the Door for Essential Conversations
Marisette Hasan, BSN, RN
President, Carolinas Center for Hospice and End of Life Care
March 22 The Spiritual and Relational Opportunity of Your Will
Jeff Z. Brooker III, The Brooker Law Firm
March 29 Make Your Funeral a Witness to the Resurrection
April 5 What is life after death?
The Wired Word, Parlor, Main Level of Heyward Hall, 9:30 am
This class applies Scripture to current events in our nation and in the world. If you like discussing your faith in the context of the real world, with a small group who have a diversity of viewpoints, then you’ll love The Wired Word. Moderated by Brock Dillard.
Adult Formation, Monthly, After the 8 am Service
Early Morning Sunday School Class
Meets on Sunday, March 8
Feasts of the Bible
Discover how "The Feasts of the Bible" can enrich your worship of Jesus. God's redemptive plan is unveiled through the feasts of Israel and illustrate the Jewish roots of Christianity as well as explain history and symbolism in the Old Testament. This series will open our eyes to the Lord's provision, love, and care for us. Inspire us to worship God. Point to our glorious future with Messiah. Facilitated by Davis Bourne. Breakfast is served.
Youth and Children, 9:30 am
3K and 4K
Our youngest Sunday School students will participate in the Little Lambs curriculum, This class meets on the main level of Heyward Hall, across from the Children’s Chapel and nursery.
This class will continue with the Holy Moly! curriculum, which combines video lessons with storytelling, activities, and discussion. This class meets in the upper level of Heyward Hall, in Room 226.
Our oldest elementary students will use Episcopal Children’s Curriculum this year. They will meet in Room 215, upper level of Heyward Hall.
Middle School & High School
Middle and High Schoolers will meet in the upper level of Heyward Hall in their respective youth rooms. There, they will engage in curriculum designed for students their age.