Adult Education

Being a Christians means a lifelong commitment to being a disciple of Christ and continually learning what it exactly means to follow Him. At St. Elizabeth’s there are multiple ways for adults to deepen their faith, discuss with others faith-based topics, and build community in small groups. Below are some of our Adult Education opportunities.

Blessed to Bless: Sunday’s at 9:15 am during the school year.

Utilizing the book Blessed to Bless by Fr. Tim Sean Youmans, this class is currently reading through the entire Bible! Each Sunday the class reads a section of scripture and a short commentary by Youmans. This is a lively class and is a great introduction the the Bible!

Lectionary Lunch: Tuesday’s at 12:30 pm during the school year.

On Tuesday’s, a group gathers over Zoom for lunch and reads over the gospel reading for the coming Sunday. Over lunch, folks are invited to discuss the reading and think about how it applies to their life. Fr. Brett leads this weekly group.

Lectio Divina: Wednesday’s at 5:30 pm during the school year.

Lectio Divina or “Divine Reading” is an ancient Benedictine spiritual practice of meditation and prayer over a specific piece of scripture. Fr. Brett leads this group on Wednesday evening’s where a piece a scripture is read in this contemplative manner. For more information, contact Fr. Brett.

Theology on Tap: Thursday’s at 5:30 pm in-peson weather permitting.

Theology on Tap gathers at a local bar and over a beverage of your choice, discuss different theological and spiritual topics. All are welcome to come and enjoy a beverage (alcoholic or nonalcoholic) and discuss the weeks topic. For more information, contact Fr. Brett.