Demystifying the Bible

Episcopal 101:
Understanding the History & Beliefs of The Episcopal Church

A Lenten Soup-Supper Series

Tuesdays February 27 and March 6, 13, 20

6:00pm-8:00pm - Emmaus Chapel
What is The Episcopal Church?
Whether you are a life-long Episcopalian looking for detailed information about our church, or have just accidentally stumbled upon our site and wonder what The Episcopal Church is, this study is for you!

Come and join us as Pastor Emilie guides a teaching and discussion on the history and beliefs of The Episcopal Church. Learn about our deeply rooted history, beginning in the earliest years of the Middle Ages and growth through the Reformation. Then travel with us as British Colonists brought the church with them to the American continent and the church evolve through the American Revolution into what we now know as The Episcopal Church.

All are invited to join us for a simple supper of home-made soup and bread beginning at 6:00pm. Study/Discussion will begin promptly at 6:30pm.
February 27:
Augustine of Canterbury and the Medieval English Church

March 6:
The English Reformation and Classical Anglican Theology

March 13:
Anglicans in the American Colonies and
The Episcopal Church

March 20:
Episcopal Doctrine and Worship:
What do we Believe?
All are welcome! Come & Learn with Us!
Join at any time. Each week builds upon previous discussions, but is presented as a stand-alone study.