Sunday Formation

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Our program year begins in September and culminates in May. From late May - early September, formation takes a sabbath rest so that our volunteers and participants are able to enjoy some time off with friends and family.

Windsor Campus Contact:  Lauren Beck | Woodland Campus Contact: The Rev. Kathy Pfister

Formation Offerings

SHEPHERD STUDIES
Windsor Campus
Shepherd Studies is a lay and staff-led, small interest group designed for community building and spiritual growth. In-depth Bible and book studies promise to be both engaging and challenging.


LIVING OUR FAITH
Windsor Campus
Through commentary and conversation, this series encourages us to live out our faith at home, work, and in our community. Through a variety of mediums – book study, video series, guest speakers – followed by small group discussion, Living Our Faith encourages and supports an ongoing walk with Christ.


EPISCOPAL 101
Windsor Campus
Episcopal 101 is open to all adult members – new-comers and longtime members alike, who wish to deepen their faith and broaden their understanding of the history of the Episcopal Church. Led by clergy, staff, and parishioners, each week we will explore topics such as: The Episcopal identity & use of scripture, political structure and organization, the sacraments, spirituality, prayer, the Episcopal Church in the news, and the history of Good Shepherd.

Episcopal 101 also serves as preparation for membership in the Episcopal Church either through baptism, confirmation, reception, or reaffirmation.

WINDSOR CAMPUS

SUNDAY FORMATION | 9:30a

FEBRUARY 4 + 11
Epiphany: Looking for Light
The Rev. Dean Lawrence, Priest for Liturgy and Outreach, will facilitate conversation about how we, as individuals and a parish community, serve as people of the light today.

FEBRUARY 18 + 25, MARCH 4 + 11
Lent: Sacred Senses
In Lent we will explore our sacred senses: sight, sound, touch and silence. Each week we explore how our senses connect us to the world around us and impact our experience with God.

BEGINNING APRIL 8
Being Disciples
In this series, we will join other churches around Austin to discuss discipleship and learn more about the Episcopal Church leading up to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's visit on May 5.

 

WOODLAND CAMPUS

SUNDAY FORMATION | 10:00a

FEBRUARY 4 + 11
CS Lewis: The Case for Christianity

FEBRUARY 18 - MARCH 18
Fragile Faith: A Lenten Journey with the Book of Habakkuk

APRIL 8 - MAY 13
Being Disciples

 

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