The Episcopal Church Welcomes You
» Site Map   » Questions    
CRO_hdr

Adult
There are many opportunities for adults to continually deepen their faith in new and exciting ways. 
Alpha, USA
A ten-week course, designed for newcomers to Christianity, to explore the validity and relevance of the Christian faith for today. The course consists of a series of talks addressing key issues relating to the Christian faith and a light meal together at the beginning of each session.
Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership (CALL)
A ministry of Church Divinity School of the Pacific. CALL offers programs such as online courses and weekend seminars that address the issues that are most critical to the ministries of both ordained and laypersons.
Center for Baptismal Living
The Center seeks to reclaim the centrality of Baptism in the life of the Church and the life of every Christian through providing a multifaceted effort to support, encourage, enhance, and equip congregations and individuals in the ministry and vocation of the Baptized. While the Episcopal/Anglican Church is our primary mission, we welcome and share with all Christians.
Center for the Ministry of Teaching (CMT)
This program out of Virginia Theological Seminary works to support and enrich Christian education in the Episcopal Church. Their activities include on-campus degree programs, publishing, consultations & workshops, and a library of books, curricula, and videos.
Disciples of Christ in Community (DOCC)
An adult education program where participants experience building a Christian community, while encouraging individual spiritual growth.
Education for Ministry (EFM)
A program of theological education-at-a-distance of the School of Theology of the University of the South.. It covers the basics of a theological education in the Old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy, and theology. Students meet regularly, usually once a week, in seminars under the guidance of trained mentors.
Living the Questions
An unapologetically liberal alternative to the Alpha Course, this 12-week DVD and web-based small group study claims to be ideal for Christian invitation, initiation and spiritual formation. Living the Questions is an ecumenical course that draws from various contributors and strives to create an environment where participants can discuss the revolutionary re-visioning of Christianity already emerging in the world.