Catechism is an ancient word for a teaching, and the Church through the ages has summarized in its Catechism what it means to be a Christian. In the coming months we plan to offer a course taught by Fr David Phillips on Friday nights from 5-6pm every second Friday (but skipping Holy Week and the Sunday after Easter). It will be based upon the Catechism found on pages 289-296 of the Book of Common Prayer.
Here are the dates for the sessions:
1 Friday 27 January: Introduction to the Catechism, Anglicanism
2 Friday 10 February: Renouncing Evil (the world, the flesh and the devil?)
3 Friday 24 February: Who is God? (The Apostles’ Creed)
4 Friday 10 March: Following God (The Ten Commandments & Great Commandments)
5 Friday 24 March: Praying Always (The Lord’s Prayer)
6 Friday 21 April : The Sacramental Life
7 Friday 5 May: The Church and a Rule of Life
8 Friday 12 May: Conclusion
All are welcome to attend to learn about the Christian faith without necessarily committing to baptism
. All questions are most welcome! You can attend in person or live by zoom. Please let the priest know
if you would like to attend.