What Episcopalians Believe

What Episcopalians Believe is 4 week series that explores the grounds of our faith and what life emerges from our beliefs. This series is for those who are new to The Episcopal Church and "Cradle Episcopalians" alike. We will be reading together Samuel Well's book "What Episcopalians Believe" in addition to using online resources. Books will be available for $14 in the fellowship Hall. Final meeting date will be November 16th from 6-8pm. There will be no class November 2nd.

What Episcopalians Believe

What Episcopalians Believe is 4 week series that explores the grounds of our faith and what life emerges from our beliefs. This series is for those who are new to The Episcopal Church and "Cradle Episcopalians" alike. We will be reading together Samuel Well's book "What Episcopalians Believe" in addition to using online resources. Books will be available for $14 in the fellowship Hall. Final meeting date will be November 16th from 6-8pm. There will be no class November 2nd.

SEE ME: Sharing Experiences & Empathy for Mental Illness Education

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Anyone who interacts with people with mental illness. WHAT WILL YOU GAIN? Improved skills when interacting with people who have mental illness. Listen to a panel discuss their life experiences living with mental illness. WHEN: September 25, 2016 TIME: 12:00 pm-2:00 pm WHERE: St. Anne’s Episcopal Church 2350 Main St. Washougal WA. 98607

SEE ME: Sharing Experiences & Empathy for Mental Illness Education

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Anyone who interacts with people with mental illness. WHAT WILL YOU GAIN? Improved skills when interacting with people who have mental illness. Listen to a panel discuss their life experiences living with mental illness. WHEN: September 25, 2016 TIME: 12:00 pm-2:00 pm WHERE: St. Anne’s Episcopal Church 2350 Main St. Washougal WA. 98607

Holy Hike! August 14th, 2016

Well, more of a sacred stroll really, through the Steigerwald lake National Wildlife Refuge. We will meet at Steigerwald Parking lot at 5pm and walk the Gibbons Creek trail to the banks of the Columbia. There we will have a picnic dinner (pack your own or bring food to share) and celebrate Eucharist in the beauty of God's creation. Our Holy Hike will include readings from scripture and from other sources on Eco-Theology.

Holy Hike! August 14th, 2016

Well, more of a sacred stroll really, through the Steigerwald lake National Wildlife Refuge. We will meet at Steigerwald Parking lot at 5pm and walk the Gibbons Creek trail to the banks of the Columbia. There we will have a picnic dinner (pack your own or bring food to share) and celebrate Eucharist in the beauty of God's creation. Our Holy Hike will include readings from scripture and from other sources on Eco-Theology.

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