There are many ways to stay engaged in biblical teaching at St. George's. From Sunday school to small groups, we offer many ways to be immersed in Scripture and build meaningful relationships based in Christ.
Sundays, September 10—November 19 at 10:05am
Our Sunday morning formation offerings for adults are created to approachable, theologically rich, and formative in your life with God. Each semester, we offer classes on a variety of topic led by our clergy. Newcomers are welcome at any time.
Scripture is our primary resource for learning about God and the mission of the church. In addition to our Essentials Bible studies, we have many opportunities throughout the week to engage with Scripture, led by both clergy and church members.
Groups for Men & Women
There are a number of exciting opportunities specifics for groups of men or groups of women. From fellowship to Bible study, and even seasonal retreats, there are ample ways to engage with your peers and make lasting connections.
Aelfric's Readers Book Club
St. George’s book club, chose its name from Aelfric the Grammarian who lived in the first half of the 11th century. This is a casual book club for people who love to read! To learn more, contact church members Paula Snyder (615-356-5376 or paulaS1218@aol.com) or Jeanne Gore (615-604-9856 or email@example.com).
Eucharist and Conversation
Join us each Saturday at 7:00am for Eucharist in the Chapel followed by coffee and conversation in the Library. To learn more, contact church member Seawell Brandau at 615-352-4824 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Writing Group encourages writers and would-be writers — specifically those who want to create a ‘memoir’ in the broadest sense of the word. We meet second Mondays at 1:30 in Dandridge Hall, and members share what they have written (1,000 words or maybe less). We do not criticize – we encourage. We learn from each other, and we laugh a lot! If this speaks to you, contact Rosemary Kew. Better yet, come and see!
As our bodies age, we can proactively engage in practices that build strength, flexibility, balance, cognition, and overall wellness. Mary Gilliam leads several classes for all ages and abilities.