Announcing Sacramentum, Our First Live Online Course

Sacramentum

Happy New Year! To start 2018, we’ve decided to try something that we have never done before: a live online course taught in real time.

Sacramentum is an experience of sacred community exploring Jesus and his teachings. It’s for anyone who wants to learn more about Jesus, deepen their faith, and explore fundamental questions about humanity’s relationship with Christ. It’s ideal for persons doing their own faith exploration; with small groups who want to explore these aspects of Christian belief together; and for those who want to to help prepare for baptism, confirmation, reception into The Episcopal Church or reaffirmation of baptismal vows.

I Douglas newThe 7-session course will meet once a week on Sundays, February 11-March 25, 7:00-8:30 p.m. EST. It’s taught in English and is open to anyone in the world.
Our instructors come from many areas in the Episcopal Church. They include writers, teachers, and church leaders such as Ian Douglas, Bishop of the Diocese of Connecticut; Lisa Kimball, Director of L Kimball Newthe Center for the Ministry of Teaching at Virginia Theological Seminary; Scott Gunn, Director of Forward Movement, and others.
Each class is 90 minutes long and requires some preparation and homework. It costs $99, and scholarships are available. Sacramentum partners and advisors include Forward Movement, FORMA, and the Center for the Ministry of S Gunn newTeaching at Virginia Theological Seminary.
 You can register for this course from today through February 11. Click here to register and to learn more.
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