Discipleship

 

Baptism is not graduation, and the Christian journey isn’t a call to stay in one place. Instead, we are called into a life of discipleship in following Jesus. On earth, Jesus was called “Rabbi”, which means teacher, and disciples are those who learn from a master — ours being Jesus. We have many opportunities at St. Stephen’s to be disciples and to be involved in our common discipleship.

Adults meet regularly after our fellowship time following Sunday worship for Bible study. This is a great way to explore what God says in the Holy Scriptures and grow in our faith in Jesus and Christian life. Some Sunday evenings we offer opportunities for deeper study in theology and church history led by the clergy. During the summer we offer book studies on Christian writings.

A final aspect of discipleship is growing in a life of prayer and service. We offer several opportunities to be involved in prayer and to learn spiritual practices that will help you grow as a Disciple of Jesus Christ.

Our regular Christian Education is Sundays at 8:30am before Worship. During Covid19 we are offering Zoom classes at 5pm, please sign up for the Newsletter for more information. Other resources can be found on our YouTube Channel as we add more content.

When we meet again we will have regular Bible Studies and chances to deepen your faith and learn about Theology. Sign up for our newsletter to keep informed!

 
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