Adult Classes & Workshops

Joining a class is a good way to connect with others while learning and growing spiritually. 


Outreach & Reconciliation Groups and Classes

Our Outreach Ministry offers opportunities to learn how we can participate in building diverse relationships and help meet the needs in our community. See details »


Classes and Groups for Parents

We encourage parents to gather for learning, fellowship, and support. Classes are designed to give participants practical skills that can be used immediately with children of various ages to help make parenting a lot easier and forge a strong parent/child relationship. Learn more »


Building up the Body of Christ (Bodybuilders)

Through articles, world events, poetry, essays, book excerpts, and scripture, we connect our faith to everyday living and build up the body of Christ among us. Casual, no homework, come when you can. We learn, laugh and pray together too. 


Wisdom Circle

Every Other Tuesday
Zoom
3:45 - 5:30 pm

Join this group of seekers as they dive deeper in understanding their spirituality. The exploration of works by theologians/thinkers such as Cynthia Bourgeault, Ilia Delio, Richard Rohr, and Matthew Fox will provide opportunities to develop a vast landscape of theological insight. The Wisdom Circle group will meet every other Tuesday, via Zoom, from 3:45 – 5:30 pm. The first 15 minutes will be for fellowship, followed by content from 4 to 5 pm. The last 30 minutes will allow for additional conversations in which the group members would like to engage. Please reach out to Scottie Stamper with questions.


The Space Between Us

Communication is how we share ourselves in this epic conversation called life. You are invited to develop this life-giving skill at The Space Between Us, a three-day experience that will transform the way you communicate at home, at work, and in the world. Classes are held from 9 am to 3:30 pm at the church, Tuesday, Wednesday, and ThursdaySee all dates and register »


Adult Confirmation and Inquirers Class

This ten-week class is offered each year during the Sunday School hour and explores the basics of Christianity: God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the sacraments, the Bible, The Book of Common Prayer, history of the Christian Church, and being an Episcopalian. The classes are led by Christ Church clergy, and address the way the Episcopal Church lives out that basic faith through worship, Bible study and service to others. Learn more here »


Sacred Ground: A Dialogue on Race and Faith

Sacred Ground is a film- and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Small groups are invited to walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity. Learn more »


Education for Ministry (EfM)

Education for Ministry (EfM) is a Bible study and theological reflection group that connects the study of scripture with our real lives. EfM has a rich history at Christ Church, and currently has three groups that meet September through May, led by trained mentors. Learn more about EfM here »


Christian Essentials

Christian Essentials is an innovative ministry that invites participants to explore, grow, and deepen their faith and life with God. This holistic experience covers 15 essential topics for living a Christ-centered life. Small groups form throughout the year and are led by trained facilitators. Learn more here »


Living Compass Groups 

Each dimension of our wellbeing is interconnected. Meaningful conversations about these connections have the power to change our lives. Faith and wellness circles provide a way to experience these kinds of conversations with a small group. Explore how your faith is connected with and informs your wellness and daily decisions, assess your current state of balance and wellness, and learn important lessons about change. Participants are invited to set weekly goals for changes they feel called to make. Learn more and register »


The Beloved Community: Online Video Series

What does it mean to be a human family -- a beloved community -- amidst the great diversity of our city and nation? How do we ensure we are growing together in understanding, relationship and collaboration, and not apart, as we address some of the great issues of our day? This series of Faith Forum conversations centers on these questions, and offers opportunities to explore how we can participate in the Beloved Community into which God calls us. View this series online any time at www.christchurchcharlotte.org/beloved-community-videos


Rector Classes

Periodically, The Reverend Chip Edens leads a Sunday morning class on a topic of popular interest, such as spiritual health, faith or generosity. Sign up for our weekly e-blast to be notified when the next Rector Class has been scheduled.

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Starting Point

Sunday Mornings
September and October

Good News Café at 10 am

Join us for Starting Point on Sunday mornings! Starting Point is a way for Christ Church parishioners, new and returning, to find ways to get connected and plugged into Christ Church. We want to help you find ways to deepen your spirituality and introduce you to the many ways you can use your gifts in your Spiritual Home. Join us on Sundays at 10 am in the Good News Café in September and October!

 

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