The Anglican Way
The Broad Palette of The Anglican Way
The use of color by an artist is always an object of fascination. Looking at the portrait of discipleship that is Anglicanism, you quickly notice the incredibly broad color palette used by God in shaping, nurturing, and challenging our tradition. Together these colors which often seem so disparate and opposed create an image that has drawn people across diverse times, cultures, and context together in worship and praise.
Explore the broad palette of the Anglican tradition with your Cathedral clergy in the Anglican Way, a fall course on the Anglican way of being Christian. Over seven sessions the class will discuss Scripture, church history, worship, and the sacraments with an eye towards the diverse ways Anglicans have and do understand these topics.
This evening class titled The Anglican Way is intended for those who wish to deepen their understanding of the Episcopal Church, its faith, and its mission. Those new to the congregation and adults seeking to be baptized, confirmed, or received are especially encouraged to attend.
The Anglican Way will meet Sundays, October 8-Nov 19, 6-7:30 p.m. in Sanders Hall.
Registration is not necessary but is helpful for planning. If you would like to attend please email Louise Langford at: [email protected]