Deepening our life in Christ is an ongoing journey that continues through all of our lives. Adult Christian formation is all about living into the fullness of God. Christian formation is the process of growing in our relationship with God, self, others and all creation. It involves the planting of small seeds, the nurturing and watering of the ground of each of our lives, so that God’s kingdom can be evident in what we become. Christian formation is a process, not a one-time event. It involves the whole of our lives. When we study and learn scripture and our tradition and history, we become better able to see what God is doing in our lives, in our families, and in our world.
St. John’s Cathedral is offering numerous ways for adult Christians to grow and be formed. It is an exciting time to be here, to grow into ever greater relationship with God and all around us.
All learning is happening ONLINE until it is safe to gather in person once more.
Following our earlier series on A Great Cloud of Witnesses, we will continue our journey by discussing men and women our church has chosen to commemorate in the volume by the same name.
This time the women and men have been chosen because they represent the liturgical seasons we are in:
Wise Women, Wise Men for the season of Epiphany, women and men in the church who have "gone …Read More »
As the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, we dream and work to foster Beloved Communities where all people may experience dignity and abundant life and see themselves and others as beloved children of God. The Beloved Community is the body within which all people can grow to love God and love the image of God that we find in our neighbors, in ourselves, and in creation. It p…Read More »
St. John's Cathedral offers ways to study the Bible throughout the week. Click on any post below to find out more.Read More »
The heart of The Restoration Project is Discipleship Groups.
Discipleship Groups are the structure that, over time, holds us accountable to our deepest intentions and hopes. These are small groups that begin and end with an elegant liturgy. The liturgy includes vows to follow spiritual practices such as:
and discerning the work God calls us to do.
This litu…Read More »
This Faith Forum series took place Sunday, September 20 through November 22, the Sunday before Advent. It included presentations by various parishioners and friends of the Cathedral about holy women and men who were instrumental in the church in transformational times in our history… “Christians who have inspired other Christians in different times and places.”
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The Life of Christ Windows in the Nave
P. Scott Brown, Ph.D., associate professor of medieval art history at the University of North Florida, will present a four-part virtual lecture series on the Life of Christ windows in the Nave of St John's Cathedral. The class will break out in groups to discuss the window in more detail after Dr. Brown's presentation, then reconvene for a f…