Education Programs

Adult Formation

Adult Formation On Sunday mornings in January, we are “Walking through the Eucharist” at 9:00 a.m. in the nave as our Adult Formation.

The first class focused on the Gathering rituals of the Episcopal Church. The second class will be held on the morning of the 13th, when will explore the Liturgy of the Word. The third and final class on the 20th, will cover the Liturgy of the Table.

The more you know about these ancient rituals, the more meaningful the Mass can become. Class notes are available.

Our Inquirer’s Gathering will be on January 27th in the St. John Room, when you can ask the Rector questions that are on your mind about the Episcopalian way of being Christian in the world or about St. Elizabeth specifically.

In February, we will offer classes on “Beauty” on Sunday mornings. We will pray the Stations of the Cross through Lent in March and learn about “Gratefulness” in April.

In our Tuesday afternoon/evening Adult Formation classes, our Associate Priest, Fr. John Fergueson, will host “Asks and Answers” gatherings in the nave.

Bring questions about the gifts and meanings of Ascension Day or feast days in general, as well as ideas for future conversations, workshops or adult formation topics that have your curiosity.

Fr. John offers these gatherings at 3:00 pm and again at 7:00 pm class and, as always, all are invited!

Sunday School

Sunday School is back in session. Classes meet on Sundays during worship service throughout the school year. Please try to arrive a little before 10 AM to get your young ones settled in school before the service begins.

All Sunday School teachers and assistants have been trained through the Safeguarding God’s Children program of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia. More >>

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