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Godly Play | Early Childhood: Pre-K–2nd Grade or 4-8 yrs old | Room 105 
Built around sacred stories and wondering, Godly Play encourages openness, discovery, community, and relationships. Rooted in Montessori educational philosophy, it offers our younger worshipers a hands-on approach to understanding the Bible and our faith. Some stories are told during one week, while others are told across several weeks.

Celebrate Wonder | Older Childhood: 3rd–5th Grade or 9-11 yrs old | Paula Tucker Memorial Chapel
Celebrate Wonder offers activities, experiences, spiritual practices, and reflection to appeal to a child's sense of wonder to help them build a rich spiritual life. By embracing and celebrating children, Celebrate Wonder is designed to help children grow and develop with a sense of spiritual awareness and tools to express that faith.
Childcare available for children under 3. 
Abide | Youth and Outreach Center | Room 202

"Abide!" – a revamped Youth Group experience with a fresh perspective. This year's Abide program is centered around three key pillars: fellowship, service, and a comprehensive exploration of foundational biblical principles. Don't miss the opportunity to engage in the enriching journey through the Foundations in Bible Basics curriculum with us. by a team of caring adults, we strive to be an affirming space where the big questions can be asked and examined together. We are always looking for people to donate snacks and games for Sunday evening. Following is an easy way to contribute through our WISH LIST.  Please contact Eva Barraza if you'd like to help out by providing dinner for the youth one night.  


Adult Formation | Praying What Is | Office Conference Room
This January, our adult formation group will be watching and discussing Praying What Is, a video series from the Iona Center at the Seminary of the Southwest. The center’s mission is to be a seminary for the whole Church, forming disciples of every order who are committed to their communities, grounded in the Anglican tradition, and prepared to lead a changing Church into a changing world. Please join us for this engaging series!
Men's Book Group | The Art of Cycling, Living and Dying by D. Stephen Long | Youth and Outreach Center 

All men are invited to join us for our Winter Formation offering using The Art of Cycling, Living, and Dying as our guide. Forty years of avid bicycling concluded D. Stephen Long in early October 2020. Fearing his imminent death required Long to reflect on life, on its beginnings, middle, and endings. This work uses the lessons learned from cycling, and the experience of the rapid onset of illness, to discuss God, friendship, racism, sexuality, justice, virtues, vices, and much more. It offers a moral theology but one more in keeping with how we take it up—not through theories but in the practices that make up everyday life. Attention to everyday life can help us live well and in so doing prepare us to die well... Questions? Contact Doug Taber

Adult Formation | Conference Room
Noon formation on Wednesdays will continue as the lectionary study that we are currently offering.   It is a hybrid offering.  Zoom and meeting in-person in the conference room.
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