Adult Christian Formation


At St. Aidan’s we explore various topics in our tradition to deepen our spiritual engagement and inspire our action in the world. We do discussion series on particular topics, we host special speakers and workshops, we read books and articles, we watch films, and we eat delicious, home-cooked food along the way! 


Recent events and series include:

Speakers, Workshops, and Panels

- “Signs and Songs of the Times: An Evening with Ana Hernandez”– October 18, 2017

- Readings from Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice with Paul Kivel – October, 2017

- “Everything Is Connected: An Evening of Stories. Most Weird. Many True.”with Peterson Toscano – March 16, 2018

- “Racial Justice & Faith Communities”with J. Kameron Carter – January 26, 2019

- “Struggling in Good Faith”Panel on LGBTIQ Inclusion from various religious perspectives, co-sponsored with - Congregation Sha’ar Zahav – June, 2018

- A Conversation on The Soul of the Stranger: Reading God and Torah from a Transgender Perspective with Joy - Ladin – June 8, 2019


Book Series

- Verna Dozier, The Dream of God: A Call to Return–Lent, 2017

- James Cone, The Cross and the Lynching Tree–May and June, 2017

- Walter Brueggemann, Reality, Grief, Hope: Three Urgent Prophetic Tasks –Fall, 2017

- Kelly Brown Douglas, Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God – Fall, 2019


Seasonal Series

- Lent, 2016: “Listen for a Change: Sacred Conversations for Sacred Justice”

- Advent, 2016: “People of Faith in Troubling Times”

- Advent, 2017 “Another World Is Coming: Stories of Hope and Anticipation for Advent”

- Fall, 2018 “Becoming What We Receive: A Brief Catechesis”

- Advent, 2018 “Guide Our Feet: An Advent Series on Discernment”

- Lent, 2018 “Forgive Us As We Forgive”

- May, 2018 “Guide Us Into the Way of Peace: a series on preparing for end-of-life concerns, decisions, and questions”

- Lent and Easter, 2019 “Sacred Ground: A Film Dialogue Series on Race and Faith”drawn from the Episcopal Church

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