Being Christian goes beyond Sunday morning worship or what we can read in books. Through formation we develop a “habitus” (or, habit) of Christ-centered living, discovery, and prayer. When regularly and faithfully participating in practices of formation our faith begins to “inhabit” our being in ways that transform our fundamental dispositions, as well as shape our actions.
April 22: Prayers of the People Workshop
The St. Paul’s, Piney Book Club meets multiple times per year to engage in conversation about books and novels of all types. Check the bulletin, newsletter, and online calendar for dates, times, and the books to be discussed. All are welcome. For more information contact Cathy Lavender or Kathy Fornadley.
Living and Dying Well is a year-long series on two things we don’t like to talk about but can’t escape: money and death. Through workshops, forums, and films, this program aims to dispel myths, promote ongoing dialogue within families, and cultivate a holistic approach to life and death that fosters hopeful expectation of eternal life. Click here to learn more.
Sunday, August 11, 4:00-6:30 (Dinner will be served)
The Men’s Breakfast Group meets the first Saturday of every month at Panera in Waldorf. Conversation during breakfast is lively, touching on sports, travel, music, art, government, tax tips, exercise, politics, and even church developments. For more information contact the church office.
Through a series of standing poses, then sitting poses and finally a ten-minute relaxation phase. Some who cannot get down on the mat can remain in a chair and still benefit from stretching and working the muscles and joints. For more information contact Jane Fruh or Sally Lyons.