LENTEN STUDIES


 
 

the making of an ordinary saint

Mondays beginning March 4 or Fridays beginning March 8

7 - 8 AM | 84 Point Coffee Cafe on Midway

Men's Groups led by Father Tom Hotchkiss

Come study Nathan Foster’s The Making of an Ordinary Saint, which chronicles his journey “from frustration to joy” with the spiritual disciplines. During the weeks of Lent, discussion will center around disciplines like fasting, prayer, simplicity, solitude, study, and service.

Please note: These are two identical studies with separate meeting days for participant convenience. No sign up necessary.

 

 

amazing love

Wednesdays beginning March 13

6 - 7 PM | Library

Group led by Father Michael Mills

A study of “Amazing Love,” the Christian Classics Bible Studies volume on John and Charles Wesley. Participants will focus on six elements of Christian living inspired by the lives of the Wesleys and scripturally based. Interested participants can find the book here.

 

 

the good life: benedict’s guide to everyday joy

Thursdays beginning March 21

11 AM - Noon | Library

Group led by Father Michael Mills

A study of “The Good Life: Benedict’s Guide to Everyday Joy” by Robert Benson. Each week of the study is focused around a Benedictine principle, revealing practical ways that participants can build not only good days, but good lives. Interested participants can find the book here.