Lifelong discovery of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.
Coffee & Conversation
Join us every Sunday, downstairs in the Parish Hall, for coffee and a discussion on topics that typically change from week to week.
August 4 - September 1 Formation
First the title of the series is Renewal at Saint Clement's. It is inspired by a book Miracle in Darien by Bob Slosser. The book tells the story of a renewal process that occurred at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church in Darien Connecticut in 1972.
The topics we are proposing are 1) The role of laity within the Church and the mission of the Church within the world 2) Unity of purpose united as one body 3) The power of the church: the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace 4) A working body 5) A loving fellowship
Each Formation session will last from one hour and fifteen minutes to no longer than one hour and a half. We will begin with a 20 to 25 minute presentation followed by group discussion. The participants will break up into two or three tables (depending on how many are there) and each table will present a summary of what they learned from the presentation.
Our Children’s Chapel Program has a treasured cadre of teachers with decades between them of experience providing learning experiences for young people. We have weekly lessons from Living the Good News, a repository of Children’s Bulletins for two age group levels covering the entire 3 year lectionary and we have access to Union Presbyterian Seminary’s Storypath. Here’s a link to some of them: http://storypath.upsem.edu/ Let the child of God in you invite the children you know into our community of faith. We’re ready!
Saturday Morning Men's Group
Meets every Saturday morning from 8 am – 10 am and is open to all the men of the parish. Our discussions are in a round-robin format where each member shares thoughts and experiences in the areas of Piety (a moment closest to Christ), Study (reading), and Action (Putting our faith into action).
Meets every Thursday morning @ 11 am-noon and is open to all women of the parish. This group of women meet for discussion, prayer, and study.