Adult Education

On the Prayer Book

Opening the Prayer Book, Jeffery Lee

Commentary on the American Prayer Book, Marion J Hatchett

Praying Shapes Believing, Leonel L Mitchell

The Prayer Book through the Ages, William Sydnor

Prayer Book Spirituality, Editor: J Robert Wright

Liturgy for Living, Charles Price and Louis Weil

On its History

The First Book of Common Prayer | History Today

A Short History of the Book of Common Prayer

On its use

The Daily Office from The Mission of St. Clare

Using the Book of Common Prayer in daily devotions



30 Good Minutes for adults began September 10 at 11:30 am in the Parish Hall.  Please join us for a 3-part series called “Revival of Hope; Always be prepared to give the reason for the hope that you have.”  The videos below are live videos we are offering every week on Facebook at




There are a number of opportunities for worship, education and fellowship for adults at Christ Church Episcopal Parish. An Adult Forum, led by the clergy and lay persons from our Parish and the community, meets on appointed Sundays in the parish hall following the 10 am liturgy. There are also a number of classes available including Men’s Bible Study, Scripture & Spirituality, EfM (Education for Ministry), Centering Prayer and Spiritual Journey. Contact the parish office for more information on any of these opportunities.

Our next baptisms will be on All Saints Sunday, November 5, at the 10:00 am service, so its time to get ready. Mark your calendars to come to our classes on October 15, 22, and 29 at 12:15 pm: “Baptism: a journey of faith.”

While aimed at those whose children will be baptized on All Saints, all adults are welcome. Come and renew your faith!

If you have a child you would like to baptized, please contact The Rev. Iain Stanford,

Men’s Bible Study meets on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month at 7 pm. le for $10.  Please  e-mail The Rev. Leroy Hammon for more information at

Women In Spirituality.  Friends on the Journey.  Guild Room, Every Monday, 12Noon to 1:30.  Meetings begin with prayer and end with prayer.  A rich variety of presenters lead us in discussion, small groups and personal/spiritual growth.  Tea and coffee are provided.  Sack lunches welcome.