All Saints' Church
Adult Education & Formation
Please join us for fellowship time following the 10:15 am Sunday service. This is a great opportunity to meet newcomers and connect with one another. From September to June, we have coffee hour in the South Reception Room. During the summer, we gather in the Butler Courtyard for summer punch.
During the church school year, a Sunday morning Adult Forum presents speakers on diverse topics and offers space for lively discussion. Forums are held from 9:00 - 10:00 am on topics ranging from scripture and theology to church history, mission trip reports, and even current issues of concern in the Episcopal Church.
The Men’s Group meets at at 559 Drakes Corner Road, which is a house on the northeast corner of Drakes Corner Road and Province Line Road, every Tuesday morning at 7:00 am to discuss both theological and practical aspects of our faith over pastries and coffee. Tuesdays at 8:00 am the Men’s Group morphs into a Book Study Group (open to both men and women).
The Women’s Fellowship, a book study and discussion group, meets on Wednesday nights to discuss selected books on faith and spirituality.
Summer Bible Study
During the “sabbath” season of our regular adult forum in the Summer, All Saints’ offers a Summer Bible Study at 9:00 am in the Parish Library. This study focuses on the lectionary readings for the following Sunday, and is led by the Rector, Clergy, and other Lay Leaders. Coffee and light treats are provided and all are welcome!
Rector's Bible Study
On Wednesdays during the academic year from September through early June, the rector leads a Bible Study on selected works of scripture; the group meets at 10:15 am in the parish library and is preceded by the 9:30 am service of Holy Eucharist in the parish chapel.
Sandy and Jack Belmont hold a Centering Prayer Group that meets in the Parish Library on Friday mornings 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. Centering Prayer is a form of meditation that is easily learned. No prior experience is needed. The exercise involves a 20-minute silent “sit.” The “sit” is surrounded by an opening prayer, a reading from scripture and ended with a reading and short reflection of an agreed upon book or spiritual article.