Adult Christian Formation Class
Who- Adults of any age
What - Studying the Bible through various sources
When - Every Sunday morning at 9:05 in The Chapel of St. Michael
Who- Men of the church
What - Christian fellowship for the men of the congregation. The Men's Group assists the church in it's Outreach efforts and supports appropriate activities such as Habitat for Humanity.
When- Meets first Monday monthly at 6:30 PM at a member's house
Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
Who- Women of the church
What- The ECW fosters spiritual growth, relationships and development within the community of women in the church. These monthly dinner meetings encourage women to develop relationships. All women of the church are automatically members
When- Meets fourth Monday evening every month at a member's house
What - A weekend retreat for adults, hosted by the Diocese of West Texas, to serve as a spiritual renewal as it focuses on story telling, singing, prayer, conversation and study.
When- Thursday - Sunday Retreat as well as weekly for Reunion groups
Reunion Groups- Prayer groups that meet weekly to support men and women in their walk with Christ
Daughters of the King
Who- Women of the church
What- An international group of women in the Episcopal Church who seek to serve Christ's Church through prayer, service, and evangelism.
When- Meets regularly for prayer, training and conversation
Community of Hope
Who- trained members of the congregation
What- This group is comprised of trained members of the congregation who journey with individuals and families in times of pain, they seek to represent Christ through their presence and listening.
When- After taking a 15 week training course members meet for monthly meetings
St. Clare's Needlepoint Guild
Who- Needlepointers of all different skill levels
What- This group of men and women are working to needlepoint kneelers for around the alter platform
When- Weekly and monthly meetings and the time to needlepoint
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Who- Knitters and crocheters
What- Prayers are said for the recipients of shawls or lap blankets as they are crocheted by ministry members. The item is blessed by the priest, and a prayer card is included when presented. Prayer shawls are made for person's in hospitals, nursing homes, shut-ins, for an anniversary, a wedding, or a new mom.
When- Annual meetings, shawls are made year round
If you would like more information about Adult Formation contact Jason Roberts or John Padgett.