All groups, unless otherwise indicated, welcome visitors and new members throughout the year. Currently, most of our weekly classes have gone on summer break; classes will resume this fall.




Led by The Rev. Mary Lessmann
7:00-8:15 p.m. 2nd and 4th Mondays
Chapel Conference Room

Are you a working woman? Are you craving spiritual connection, but know you can’t commit to one more thing? Then this is the perfect group for you! Drop in when you can as we share fellowship, snacks, study, and prayer. Books are chosen by the group during the year. Bring a friend and join us. There is no preparation. This group meets all 12 months of the year.


Education for Ministry
Led by Elizabeth Lang
Class offered in morning and evening sessions
Drake Room, 9:30 a.m.-noon & Drake Room 6:30-9:15 p.m.

Want to get more? More personal connections, more spiritual depth, greater understanding of traditional and contemporary theology? EfM may provide what you seek. EfM is a program for adult Christian Education that combines study of Scriptures, Christian history, and theology with a focus on ordinary experience in order to discern God’s presence in one’s life. The program comes from the Episcopal seminary at Sewanee and has become famous for educating adults to see God acting through their lives as well as developing knowledge of Scripture and theology. Although the commitment is serious, there is plenty of laughter and companionship in an EfM group. More information about Education for Ministry


Men’s Lectionary Bible Study
coordinated by Andy McCarthy
7:15-8:15 a.m.
Chapel Conference Room

The readings for the upcoming Sunday provide material for rich discussion. No preparation necessary.


Men’s Lectionary Bible Study,
Coordinated by David Loomis
7:00-8:00 a.m.
Drake Room

This men’s group meets to discuss the lessons for the current week from the Lectionary, exploring ways in which the passages speak to everyday life and our own spiritual journey. Lessons and commentary are emailed early each week to enable participants to familiarize themselves with the material. On a rotating basis, participants facilitate discussion by studying the lessons and reviewing available information on the subject. Following the session, those participants who have time to do so move on to the Flying Fish nearby in Preston Center for breakfast.

A Men’s Bible Study
coordinated by Phil Ritter
7:30-8:30 a.m.
Chapel Conference Room

Participants are welcome but not required to attend 7:00 AM services in the Bishop Moore Chapel. This Bible study is based on the Lectionary readings for the coming Sunday, meets throughout the year, and advance preparation is not required. There are no attendance expectations other than to come when you can as often as you are able. The group is led by lay members of the group and occasionally clergy. For more information contact Phil Ritter 972-971-8242.

Poetry & Faith: An Exploration 
Led by Richard Kilgore & John Seddelmeyer
7:00-8:30 pm, second Thursday of the month
Chapel conference room

The Poetry & Faith Discussion Group meets monthly to explore Christian poetry and how it may speak to our faith. For more information, please contact Richard Kilgore.

Child care is offered for meetings, bible/book studies, and parishioner volunteers by appointment only. There is a two-family minimum for each event. Please send email reservations to Carol Hicks or call (214) 692-3014.