Explore Your Faith
Make me know your ways, O Lord. Teach me your paths. (Psalm 25:4)
Faith exploration is a life-long experience, attained by the grace of God and in the company of others. At All Saints Parish we realize that adults learn in a variety of ways and from a variety of sources. For that reason, we try to offer an array of options designed to nurture spiritual growth. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place at All Saints Parish.
SPIRITUALITY BOOK GROUP
Second Tuesdays of the month, 7-8 PM (Zoom)
The past few decades have seen a wealth of books being published which explore the many facets of spirituality being lived and practiced today. The authors are wonderful writers with stories to tell and wisdom to share. To learn about what book is being discussed in any given month, check All Saints’ weekly e-newsletter (Parish Notes) or contact Jonas Barciauskas.
BIBLE STUDY: MARK’S GOSPEL
Third Tuesdays of the month, 7-8 PM (Zoom)
Mark’s Gospel will be the source of most of the Gospel readings during the 2020-2021 liturgical year. Our main resources will be online materials from the Yale Bible Study website which includes an introduction to the Gospel and the curriculum we’re using. All of the curriculum’s study guides and videos are available for anyone wanting to see what’s been covered or will be covered in future sessions. For more information, contact Jonas Barciauskas.
MEN’S BOOK GROUP
The Men’s Book Group gathers every other week, currently via Zoom, to delve, together, into a book we’ve all been reading. It’s an enthusiastic exchange of ideas and opinions. We don’t always agree with one another, but we listen carefully, finding ways to connect. Our books have ranged widely, drawing from fiction and non-fiction, including history, culture, theology, racism and spirituality. Contact: Alan McLellan
Anti-racism Study and Activities
As part of his work in the Coalition to Eliminate Racism in Brookline, All Saints Parish member Colin Stokes curates Breakthrough Brookline, a list of “ways to fight racism and build a more equitable town.” Organized into three categories: Take Action, Build a Community, and Learn, the list is updated weekly and distributed via e-mail. To receive the updates, type the following web address in Google – https://bit.ly/2KcTaVL – or e-mail a subscription request to Colin Stokes