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Gladness & Singleness of Heart

Are you a “Cradle Episcopalian”? Post-evangelical? Bapto-catholic? 

Whatever your church background (or lack thereof), you’re at St. Alban’s, worshiping in the Episcopal tradition. But why do we worship this way? What undergirds our practices? And what’s our connection to Anglicans in this country and around the world?

Join us as for this special summer class as we explore this tradition that illumines and draws us towards the object of our faith: Our Lord Jesus Christ.

July 9: The History of the Episcopal Church

Presenter: The Rev. Neal McGowan, Curate, St. Alban’s

July 16: The Theology of the Episcopal Church

Presenter: The Rev. Neal McGowan, Curate, St. Alban’s

July 23: The Music of the Episcopal Church

Presenter: Mr. Eugene Lavery, M.M., Director of Music, St. Alban’s

July 30: The Liturgy of the Episcopal Church

Presenter: The Rev. Dr. Nathan G. Jennings, J. Milton Richardson Associate Professor of Liturgics and Anglican Studies, The Seminary of the Southwest

August 6: The Family of the Episcopal Church: The Diocese and the Anglican Communion

Presenter: The Rev. Beth Magill, Associate Missioner for Congregational Initiatives, Episcopal Diocese of Texas

Sundays, July 9-August 6, 10:15 AM

Parish Hall

This class is intergenerational and welcomes adults as well as middle and high school students

Nursery available for ages 0-4; Children’s Program for ages 5-10

Young Families Picnic

Blessing of the Backpacks