This prayer is said for people when they are baptised for we know that the life of faith is one of change and growth. At Christ Church Cathedral, we offer a variety of opportunities throughout the year for adults (baptized or not) to explore their faith in an open and creative atmosphere. Together, we reflect on our own experiences, study Scripture, and listen to what theologians and scholars have to teach us.
We don’t promise to provide easy answers but we do promise good company in the asking of good questions!
Each year, there are opportunities for adults to deepen their faith through the study of central topics of Christian teaching. These courses also serve as preparation for adults and older teens seeking to make a public commitment through baptism, confirmation, reception to the Anglican communion, or reaffirmation of their faith.
A Deeper Well is a committed small group uniting intellectual and spiritual formation for those who wish to grow in the practice of their faith. For information, contact Deborah.
The Come & See class offers space for those who wish to re-engage or re-think their faith, and also prepares interested persons for confirmation. This class is forming now, so if you are interested, contact Deborah. Please include times of the week that might work for you.
Please contact Deborahfor more information about the next course of study.
Special educational opportunities are offered every year during the seasons of Advent and Lent to help us prepare for Christmas and Easter, the major feasts of the Christian calendar.
At the moment, the Cathedral offers several Bible study groups which meet regularly.
Hungry Minds: Bible Study and Supper for Students and Young Adults
More information on Hungry Minds can be found here.
Pain, Partage, et Prière
The French-language sharing and bible study group meets every two weeks at 10.00 a.m. after the 09.00 Eucharist. More information can be found here (en français).
Young Adult Bible Studies
Meet all week long in various homes, in both French and English. Contact Jean Daniel for information.
Table Fellowships are an opportunity for members of the community to host a discussion on any subject they would like. Participants gather, sometimes in people’s homes and sometimes in the church, to share a meal and good conversation. Past topics have included:
- Science Fiction/Fantasy and Christianity
- Gender and Sexuality
If you would like to host a table fellowship, please feel free to contact Deborah.