Our Rhythms groups are on-going groups centered around connection, interests, etc.
Home Groups: Every other week many of us gather in homes around the area. We dine, converse, and communion.
Writer's Group: Once per month a community of writers meet for encouragement, belonging, and dialog. There is food, drink, and meaningful conversation.
Wednesday Breakfast: We meet weekly at the Franklin Mercantile Deli for breakfast & conversation.
Courses & Classes
Throughout the year we offer various courses and classes for continuing spiritual formation and communal purpose.
Rhythms & Practices. We believe that our habits are formative and that repetition leads to formation. When we practice healthy rhythms and practices, this holistic approach to living enables sustainable spiritual growth and further maturing disciples of Christ.
The Art of Awareness. Self-awareness leads us to have an improved awareness of others, as well as the world around us. We learn from some brilliant minds in this weekly course. We also have personal assessments using the insights from the Enneagram.
Theology & The Church. Many of us have a difficult time navigating theological and biblical conversations. The history of the Church can be overwhelming, and let's be honest, a little boring if you're not a scholar geek. Together, we will work through the basic contours of the theological landscape as well as the One Holy catholic and apostolic Church.
Parish Orientation. Two or three times per year, we have a time for guests, new comers, or anyone who would like to learn more about Luminous Parish. This is a space to ask questions, learn about everything from Luminous KiDS to where we see the parish in 20 years.
Catechism Class. This class offers a greater understanding of Anglicanism, Holy Eucharist, and the sacred rhythms of the Church. It is a two part course offered twice per year and is a requirement for Confirmation.
Baptism Class. Our baptism class is an instructional time for both children and adults.
Confirmation. Confirmation is a rite in which a baptized person affirms the vows made at their baptism. It is one of the seven historic sacraments, and goes back to the earliest days of the Church. Confirmation marks the point in the Christian journey at which you affirm for yourself the faith into which you have been baptized and your intention to live a life of committed discipleship. Parish Catechism Class is prerequisite for Confirmation. Children will be instructed by a parental course that we provide which prepares them for Baptism and Confirmation.
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