The Way of St. Francis
Meets Sundays in Easter (April 24 to May 8) | 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. in the Vestry Room | In-person and Via Zoom
St. Francis is among the most beloved saints in Christian history, yet few of us know much more about him than that he was a lover of animals who inspired our tradition of pet blessing. Join Fr. Casey for a three-week exploration of the many extraordinary ways that Francis witnessed to the love of God and the way of Jesus, and why he remains an important example in our own day.
Fundamentals of Trust: Claiming the Resurrection in Our Relationships
Meets Sundays in Easter (April 24 to May 8) | 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. in the Parlor | In-person and Via Zoom
Abundant, resurrected life involves connection with God and one another. Join Mason McCamey, MS, LPC, and Mtr. Rebecca for an exploration of true belonging through relationships sustained by trust. We will engage with Brené Brown’s principles of “braving” and explore how they might equip us to reconnect into abundant communal life following an extended time of sickness and separation.
The Making of a Christian: Baptism, Confirmation, and Communion
Meets Sundays in Easter (April 24 to May 8) | 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. in Roper Hall | In-person only
These three turning points in the process of becoming a Christian are rich in meaning and symbolism. Those of us who were baptized as infants can reflect on the profundity of what happened when were too young to know what was taking place. Those who may be wondering whether to be baptized themselves or have their children baptized can explore that question here. Confirmation has had several different meanings in the course of Christian history: what does it mean in the Episcopal Church today? And when it is appropriate for someone to receive communion? Join Fr. Paul Bradshaw as he explores these foundational sacraments in our faith.
Meets Wednesdays | 6:30 – 8:00 pm. | Youth Center
A chance for Fig Youth to get together in fellowship to pray, play, sing, and talk together. A break from the stresses of the week and a chance to reset.
Indoor/outdoor based on current covid measures and weather.
Meets Sundays (beginning January 9) | 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. | Youth Center
This spring semester we will be looking at the life and teachings of Jesus in the Gospels, with additional Sundays devoted to discussing current events and how our faith informs our understanding of the world around us.
Open to all youth, 6th-12th grades.
Children’s Faith Formation
Meets Sundays | 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. | Children’s Classrooms or Via Zoom
Transfiguration offers a faith formation curriculum designed to provide children not only with knowledge, but also with a sense of belonging and of the love of God. Classroom size is limited so we encourage you to register your child or grandchild as soon as possible.
Wee Wonder (2 & 3 years-old)
Wee Wonder shares God’s love with our youngest children by introducing them to God through song, action rhymes, Bible stories and responsive play.
Godly Play (Pre-K – 5th Grade)
Godly Play is a Montessori-based curriculum for children 4 years-old through 5th grade that follows the pattern of Christian worship and our church seasonal calendar. It teaches children religious language through sacred stories, parables and liturgical action, as well as enhances their spiritual experience through wonder and responsive play.