Our Spiritual Ministries provide opportunities to plug in with God in many different formats – through prayer, education, dreams, weekend retreats, and gatherings with friends.  All are open and always welcome new members!

Spiritual Ministries:

  • Cursillo – The Cursillo movement focuses on showing Christian lay people how to become effective leaders over the course of a three-day weekend. The major emphasis of the weekend is to ask participants to take what they have learned back into the world on what is called the “Fourth Day.”  The method stresses personal spiritual development.
  • Brotherhood of St. Andrew – an international ministry to Christian men and boys, focusing on three disciplines:  Prayer, Study, and Service.
  • Daughters of the King – Religious order of women dedicated to a life of prayer and service.  A DOK Prayer Chain is available to pray for special needs and to offer prayers requested by parishioners and visitors via the Prayer Request Cards in the pews.
  • Dream Group – This ministry and Adult Christian Formation Class are one in the same. Dreams are explored in a safe and confidential manner. Dream Group is open to all and meets on Sunday mornings at 9:15am and Wednesday mornings at 9:30am.
  • Education for Ministry (EfM) – Four-year program of theological education created by the University of the South at Sewanee, offered in the parish as a seminar. Both reading and group discussion provide an in-depth look at church history, theology, and scripture.
  • Holy Spirit Prayer Group – Members meet regularly to pray for the church and its community of worshipers.
  • Home Groups – Provide a more intimate group, generally geographically based, for Bible study, prayer, and accountability.  Groups meet in parishioners’ homes.
  • Tuesday Morning Prayer Group – This group meets faithfully every Tuesday morning at 6:45am for prayer, food, and fellowship.