Fall 2021 Schedule


In-person: Sundays, 11:15am-12:15pm
Online: Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00pm

“Belonging to Christ”: The Lord’s Prayer
Sundays (in-person): Begins September 12, facilitated by Kathy Ayres
Wednesdays (join online): Begins September 15 and is 8 weeks, led by Fr. Bob Ayres & Fr. Michael Mayo

“Belonging to Christ: The Lord’s Prayer” is part of the foundational catechesis series that includes the Apostles’ Creed and Ten Commandments. Online classes begin Wed, Sept. 15 from 7:00-8:00pm and in-person “Godspace” begins Sunday, Sept. 12 from 11:15am-12:15pm in the Community Room.


“Godspace”: intergenerational participants are invited to journey through the catechism at “God’s Pace,” in synch with the learning pace of the group and allowing time for comprehension with hands-on learning activities. Please contact Kathy Ayres (kathyayres123@gmail.com) for more information. The class size is limited to the room’s capacity.


“The Lord’s Prayer” online study goes for 8 weeks beginning Wednesday, September 15. This in-depth look at the model prayer will be led by our clergy and facilitated by Fr. Bob Ayres. You can download a class schedule below and join the class here.


“Beginning with Christ” (3 weeks)
Sundays (in-person): October 31, November 7, 14 led by Fr. Alex Farmer
Wednesdays (online): November 10, 17, December 1, led by Frs. Bob Ayres & Michael Mayo
“Ask Fr. Alex”
Sunday (in-person): November 21 or December 5 (TBD)
Wednesday (online): December 8

What is Catechism?


To Be A Christian: An Anglican Catechism is designed as a resource manual for the renewal of Anglican catechetical practice. It presents the essential building blocks of classic catechetical instruction: the Apostles’ Creed, the Lord’s Prayer, and the Ten Commandments (the Decalogue). To these is added an initial section especially intended for those with no prior knowledge of the Gospel. Each section is presented in the question-and-answer form that became standard in the sixteenth-century because of its proven effectiveness. Each section is also set out with its practical implications, together with biblical references.

Anglicans are heirs of a rich tradition of Christian faith and life. That tradition stretches from today’s worldwide Anglican Communion of millions of believers on six continents back centuries. Throughout these centuries, Anglicans have articulated their faith in reference to classic sources of doctrine and worship. All true doctrine, Anglicans believe, is derived from Holy Scripture, which is the wellspring and ground for testing all that is taught in the Church. Saint Paul instructs the Church, “All Scripture is

breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16).