Fall Formation 2022

Beginning in September


9:30a.m. – 10:20a.m. | Theology and Literature | Yelverton Room
begins September 11
Through the first Sunday in October, Robert Hauberg will lead discussion of Ishiguro’s Remains of the Day. From October until early November, Joe Donaldson will lead a study of Faulkner’s Sanctuary and Requiem for a Nun. In November and December, Julia Chadwick will lead Jesmyn Ward’s Salvage the Bones. Discussions take place in the Yelverton Room and online via Zoom. rhauberg@bakerdonelson.com

9:30a.m. - 10:20a.m. | Dean's Forum: How We Tell the Story | Parish Hall
begins September 18
Stories we learn, stories we create, stories we dismiss, all shape who we are and reveal our values. From the bible, to our personal history, to the present day events, there are stories from which to learn. Come join the discussion. Led by Dean Maxwell in the parish hall. amaxwell@standrews.ms


12:00p.m. – 1:00p.m. | Lunch Bunch Bible Study | Eastbrooke I Clubhouse
begins September 7
Beginning September 7th, we will resume our Lunch Bunch Bible Study at Eastbrooke I Clubhouse from Noon-1p.m. This fall, we will be studying Leviticus, the book all about holy living. As in the past, we will dive into the context of the origins of Leviticus and explore Jesus’ use of the book in his own exhortations. If you have more questions, please email Katie Bradshaw at kbradshaw@standrews.ms.

5:00p.m. on the first Wednesday of the Month | Enneagram Group | Upper Room
currently meeting - join us September 7
Our Enneagram group meets on the first Wednesday of the month in the Upper Room.

5:30p.m. Social Time |6:00 - 7:00 Study/Discussion | Faithful Living | St. Francis Room
begins September 7
The book by Amy Jill Levine, Short Stories by Jesus: the Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial Rabbi will inform our discussion. Jesus used stories of everyday things to convey his message which when reflected upon deepens our everyday existence. All adults are welcome.