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Posted on: March 23, 2020

Faith Formation continues Sundays at 9AM on our Facebook page. Click here to view the Faith Forum and post questions and comments.

Sunday, March 29:Lenten Spiritual Practices and The Bible: Contemplative Prayer and Lectio Divina” presented by Dr. Christine Luna Munger.

Sunday, April 5 Holy Week:Holy Week: The Passion Narratives” presented by The Rev. Cynthia Bronson Sweigert.

Sunday, April 19: “The Beauty of God in Patristic Theology” presented by Dr. Mark McInroy.

Sunday, April 26: “Breaking Beauty: Icons and Iconoclasm” presented by Dr. Mark McInroy.

Sunday, May 3: “Decline of Beauty and Rise of the Sublime in the Modern Period” presented by Dr. Mark McInroy.

Sunday, May 10: “Beauty’s Return, Theological Aesthetics in the Contemporary Setting” presented by Dr. Mark McInroy.

Sunday, May 17: “Reflections on St. John’s StoryCorps Project” presented by Beth Bowman.

Families with children, watch a recording of this week’s Godly Play story with Katie Madsen at 2PM. Click here to join our “Faithful Parenting at St. John’s” Facebook group and watch the Godly Play stories.

Thursday Book Group will still meet at 10AM the first and third Thursdays of the month via Zoom. Please click here to email the Rev. Craig Lemming if you would like to participate.

Forward Movement and the Episcopal Church Foundation offer daily lectionary based readings and reflections, including faithful parenting. Click here to view the latest Faith-at-Home Readings.

It’s important to find a few minutes of quiet meditation each day. Click here to view Living Lent: Meditations for these 40 Days.

As families wind down at the end of the day after working to establish a new normal, click here to read Candle Walk: A Bedtime Prayer to God by Karin Holsinger Sherman. This calming illustrated picture book from Church Publishing Incorporated prepares children for sleep with contemplative evening prayer.

Click here to hear Bible stories and short bedtime prayers from Tucked In: Bedtime Stories and Prayers with Episcopalians and Others.