Pentecost II (Fall)

Pentecost II  

Fall 2015

We have a great series of adult formation offerings this fall. Below you will find information about Sunday Mornings @ Saint Paul's, Special Events and Adult Formation Events sponsored by the Diocese of Oklahoma.

 

Sunday Mornings

September 6th Oakerhater Sunday

 

Reception Honoring

David Pendleton Oakerhater

10:10 AM Dean Willey Hall 

 

  

 

 

September 13th Ministry Fair

Our annual Ministry Fair highlights the many ministries here at Saint Paul's Cathedral. The Ministry Fair will be held in Dean Willey Hall at the 10:10 Forum time. All ministries and guilds of the Cathedral will have tables set up to share what their ministries do and will have members available to answer questions. This is a fantastic way to learn about the Cathedral but also to find new ways of getting involved. 

 

 

September 20th The Very Rev. Dr. Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, Dean Seminary of the Southwest

 

Join us for a forum featuring the Very Rev. Dr. Cynthia Kittredge, Dean of theSeminary of the Southwest, Austin, Texas. Dean Kittredge is a respected NewTestament scholar, preacher, and poet who teaches on the vital intersection of scripture, spirituality, and preaching for Christian leaders. Dean Kittredge will also be joining us for our services on Saturday (5 PM) and Sunday (9AM and 11AM). For more information about Dean Kittredge and the Seminary of the Southwest click here.

 

 

  

September 27th I Love to Tell the Story: Stewardship Kick Off

 

 October 4th Health Fair

 

The 11th annual Health Fair will be open from 10:10 AM until 1 PM in Dean Willey Hall. Come and get a flu shot, talk to various health care professionals, and learn more about how to take care of your physical health. Sponsored by Saint Paul's Health Team. 

 

 

 October 13th - November 15th God's Grand Narrative (Father Tim Sean)

 

This seven week course will give you a framework to understand the Bible.  Father Tim Sean will present an overarching contextual schematic that helps modern readers understand various kinds of development and change in Jewish and Christian religious histories.  Episcopalians are generally familiar with many stories from scripture, but where do they fit in jewish history and in what ways do they matter?  For this study you are encouraged to bring a Bible.

 

 

 

November 22nd Advent Event

 

Join us in preparation for Advent. Our annual Advent Event is a time for all members of the Saint Paul's community to gather in fellowship with one another. This year we will be making live Advent Wreaths with pinecones and greenery. Cookies and hot chocolate will be served. For questions or to help with setup or clean up email Kate Huston.

Sponsored by Saint Paul's Formation. 

 

 

 

 Special Events with Saint Paul's Adult Formation

Pilgrimage Walk

 

Click here to register

 

Bible for Beginners: God's Grand Narrative

Father Tim Sean will be inviting the entire Casady community and the entire Saint Paul's Cathedral community to read through the Bible with him during this school year as a part of the Spiritual Life at Casady School and Saint Paul's Cathedral. The group will keep a reading schedule with some online guidance from Father TS and will also meet-up periodically to discuss the readings. Understand where Bible stories fit and why they matter. Starts September 1. If interested in joining this group, email Father Tim Sean.  

 

A Prairie Labyrinth Retreat @ Turtle Rock Farm

Saturday, September 19th, 2015 

The labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool for walking meditation. During this day-long retreat, led by Saint Paul's member and Veriditas Facilitator, MaryAnn Sonntag, participants will have the opportunity to explore the history of the labyrinth and to practice how breath prayer and guided meditation prepare us to walk the prairie labyrinth. The retreat will conclude with time for reflection and journaling. Turtle Rock Farm is a Center for Sustainability, Spirituality and Healing located in Red Rock, Oklahoma. Retreat begins at 9:00 AM and concludes by 3:00 PM. Cost is $75 and includes lunch. To register visit the Turtle Rock Farm website. For more information contact MaryAnn Sonntag @ 821-7319 or by email

  

Special Events for Adult Formation from the Diocese of Oklahoma 

2nd Annual Bishop's Lecture Series 

September 11th and 12th 

Daughter of the author John G. Miller, Kristin has been steeped in QBQ (The Question behind the Question!) material for most of her life. After dabbling in a career in higher education, Kristin chose to join her father in spreading the message of Personal Accountability and the QBQ! to all types of organizations. Kristin has shared QBQ! with numerous corporate and non-profit clients, including Verizon Wireless, Wells Fargo, Best Buy, Dallas Market Center, General Electric, Pizza Hut, McDonald’s, Westinghouse, State Farm, Girl Scouts of America, USA Diving, and North Dakota State College of Science.

QBQ, Inc. is an organizational development firm based in Denver that specializes in training on personal accountability. The books, QBQ! The Question behind the Questionand Flipping the Switch…Unleashing the Power of Personal Accountability, authored by John G. Miller, have sold over a million copies world-wide in 20 languages.

Friday Evening Reception ($20) and Saturday Program with Lunch ($40) or $50 for both events. We will conclude by 2:00 PM on Saturday.

  Download the registration form and return to Kate Huston. 

 

ECW Women's Fall Retreat

October 2nd - 4th @ Saint Crispin's Camp and Conference Center

The ECW invites all women to our Fall Retreat. Details, including cost and registration forms, when available, may be found at our website.