Formation

Walk to Bethlehem

This is a parish wide, inter-generational activity called WALK TO BETHLEHEM. The program is for all ages, from preschooler to older than you. Together as a congregation, we will plan to log enough exercise miles to get from Cincinnati to Bethlehem for Christmas. The program will kick off on Sunday, …

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Psalm of the Day

In the Library – Join us as we discuss the Psalm appointed for the morning’s worship and learn more about the psalms in general.  Each week’s discussion is independent of previous discussions, so feel free to drop in and out as you are able. October 6 – Psalm 37:1-10 This wisdom psalm reflects …

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Spiritual Journey Workshop

YES! You are invited!!!! Join US on YOUR Spiritual Journey! Wait, what did you say? “Join US on YOUR spiritual journey!”? What exactly does THAT mean? As a result of the parish-wide survey we conducted last fall (just prior to Eric’s return from sabbatical), the A&HT RenewalWorks Team (more than …

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The Man from Uz

In the Library – Adult Formation at 9am during Lent. The Book of Job:  Reading Schedule for Class Discussion March 10th​ Job 1—2 March 17th​ Job 3—27 (discussion will focus on Job 3—14) March 24th ​Job 28—37 (discussion will focus on Job 32—37) March 31st  Job 38–42     Outline of …

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Lenten Book Study

Book Study Group: At the Scent of Water: The Ground of Hope in the Book of Job, by our guest theologian J. Gerald Janzen. Group Leader, Robyn Gibboney. Time: 10am Saturday March 9, 16, 23, and 30.

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A&HT Book of Job and Lenten Practices for 2019

Our Formation and Music Ministries have joined to put together a special group of opportunities to customize your exploration of the Book of Job this Lent from March 9-April 7. In addition to scholarly bible study, we are bringing in scholars from different faith traditions from around the Midwest and …

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The Fringe Hamilton

On Sunday, February 24th from 5-6pm, The Fringe Hamilton will be joining us in the Assembly room to share their ministry. The Fringe was born out of an unfortunate lack of local Christian community and dedication to those on the “fringe” of our society – peoples with involvement in the …

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Chat about Paul’s Letter to the Romans during Ephiphany

This Epiphany season, The Episcopal Church is providing resources for another Good Book Club, this time to read Paul’s Letter to the Romans. There are many options for this study, including an online Wednesday night bible study with Jay Sidebotham, family activities, and more found here, Good Book Club Resources …

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Explore the way of love

At General Convention 79 (#GC79) this year, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry invited us to consider creating a new way to live in following Jesus, the #wayoflove. Here are some resources for you to explore on your own and learn how to create a Rule of Life for yourself. If you are …

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