Joining a class is a good way to connect with others while learning and growing spiritually.
This page lists the ongoing Adult Formation classes offered at Christ Church. We have numerous seasonal classes and short term spiritual formation events that take place during the year. To see a complete listing of Sunday classes, groups and other learning opportunities, click on the links below.
Sundays, February 10 - April 7, 10:00 AM, Green Room
The class 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 class also addresses the way the Episcopal Church lives out that basic faith through worship, Bible study and service to others. Christ Church clergy teach the classes. Learn more and register »
Slavery, Freedom, and the Civil Rights Movement
Wednesdays, February 6, 13, and 27, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM, M207
Join Kathleen Clark, PhD, for a three-week series on Slavery, Freedom, and the Civil Rights Movement. Come explore the ideology of race that developed in the context of slavery, the struggles over what “freedom” would look like after slavery, and the resistance to achieving equality through the ongoing Civil Rights Movement. No registration is required and all are welcome to attend. Contact Matt Holcombe for more information.
Christian Essentials is an innovative new 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 and register »
Communication Skills Training (CST)
This three-day workshop has been taught at Christ Church for several years and continues to be a popular tool for people seeking to improve their relationships with friends, family, spouses and co-workers. We also offer CST Reboot classes and workshops for past participants. Learn more »
These classes use curriculum developed by Jim Fay, Charles Fay, PhD, and Foster W. Cline, MD, designed to give participants practical skills that can be used immediately with children of various ages to help make parenting a lot easier, to forge a strong parent/child relationship, and build self-esteem. Next session TBA.
Living Your Strengths
This six-session course is designed to help you identify and explore your strengths, be an affirming guide to what brings you joy, and how your gifts help you grow spiritually in all areas of life. The class is appropriate for adults of all ages; several couples have enjoyed participating together. Class size is limited. For more information, contact The Reverend Lisa Saunders at .
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 four active groups that meet September through May, with seven trained mentors within those groups. 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 make sure 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.
The Living Jesus: Online Video Series
This five-part deep dive into the important roles lived out by Jesus as he walked among us is led by Christ Church clergy. If you missed the original classes during Lent 2018, or if you want to revisit them for deeper reflection, now you can view them online any time at www.christchurchcharlotte.org/living-jesus-videos.
If you have questions, please contact Jenny Beaumont.