Christ Church Cathedral is a faith community with many avenues for adult learning, growth and enrichment. Explore the different options—try something new, challenge yourself and discover the richness of the Christian tradition. Join along as we “grow into the full stature of Christ.”
There are many opportunities to strengthen your faith each week at Christ Church Cathedral. Stay tuned, then, for news of future programs and dates. Updates will come from the Adult Christian Education Committee, comprising Tom Edelmann, Kathy Rogers, Mary DeHahn, Ron Freiwald, Tom Boyle and Nancy Kinney.Sunday, 9 a.m.
Adult Forum or Adult Christian Education classes take place every week, except during major feast days or special events.
Learning options for adults are multiplying at the Cathedral. The Adult Christian Education committee at Christ Church Cathedral not only maps out a series of thought- and soul-provoking sessions for Sunday mornings but also sponsors weekday and other special groups and events.
Wednesdays, 11 a.m.–12 noon
All are welcome to a roundtable discussion on the Bible readings for the following Sunday. Just bring your Bible to the Cathedral’s Vesting Room on the first floor.
Special Education Events
Watch for the weekly electronic Wednesday Weekly and the Sunday announcements for details of special classes and events. One such special educational series is Back to Basics.
In Fall 2012, Back to Basics
(B2B) is moving back to Wednesday evenings. The next class is “Basic Anglicanism,” which runs the following Wednesdays: Sept. 12, 19, 26 and, after a one-week break, Oct. 10 and 17.
As with all other B2B courses, this one begins with a light supper at 6 p.m. Class starts 6:30 p.m. and runs until 8 p.m. in Schuyler Hall, on the fourth floor of the Bishop Tuttle Memorial building, 1210 Locust St., Saint Louis, MO 63103.Back to Basics
is a series of classes through which we dive into basic theological concepts and explore them in all their meaning and mystery. You don’t have to have taken any of the other B2B courses to take one: All the B2B courses stand alone.These classes are important—and so we ask a commitment to attend all five weeks of a class.
The courses are being offered in an ongoing rotation, so if you can’t commit to all five, you’ll know that the classes will come around again. There is a $50-per-person nonrefundable fee to cover food and class materials, but don’t let cost be a deterrent: Financial aid is available. Child care is offered also, if needed.
For further information, email Dean Mike Kinman
. Or download and print 2012–2013 Back to Basics Course Information and Schedule
, a PDF that includes course descriptions and series dates. And to learn more about Christian formation for adults at the Cathedral, visit Adult Christian Education