Sunday Morning Formation Offerings
Every Sunday at 10 am, all ages are invited to participate in a variety of formation offerings. Feel free to attend the same class all semester or hop between the classes! Everyone is welcome to participate, whether you consider yourself an expert or an amateur. Reach out to Kathleen Franklin with questions.
All Spring 2023 offerings begin on January 22. Special forums will be offered on January 8 and 15.
All the Things
Join us on the second floor near the WoRM Hole to discuss all the things! This group is designed for parishioners between the ages of 20-40 (ish)--we won’t ID you! Each week facilitators will lead a conversation around a topic that is especially significant to people in the life stage of building a career, creating a family, and raising children. This is a discussion-based class that prioritizes sharing and connecting over knowing all the answers.
J-Walking: A Scripture Study on James, Jeremiah & Job
Join parishioner and religion professor Christine Poston and parishioner Jim Jolly as they walk through three intriguing books of the Bible. There will be approximately 4-6 classes in each book. The class instructors will provide background information and context and then lead participants through a discussion. This class meets in Room 222.
This is a forum-style offering held in Randall Hall where we feature a different topic every week! Guest speakers will lead the forum. See the schedule below:
- Sun, Jan 29TuscaloosaJan 29, 10:00 AMTuscaloosa, 605 Lurleen B Wallace N Blvd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, USALearn about ways to serve the Tuscaloosa community! Hear from Christ Church parishioners about how and why they serve at Christ Church. Different outreach opportunities through Christ Church will be featured, including Meals on Wheels, Lazarus Ministry, and Community Soup Bowl.
- Sun, Feb 05TuscaloosaFeb 05, 10:00 AMTuscaloosa, 605 Lurleen B Wallace N Blvd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, USAParishioner and UA Professor of Medieval Art and Architecture Jennifer Feltman will discuss the meaning of stained glass in churches. Stained glass has theological, educational, and significance and enriches our worship experience.
- Sun, Feb 12TuscaloosaFeb 12, 10:00 AMTuscaloosa, 605 Lurleen B Wallace N Blvd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, USAAll of us have or will at some point care for a loved one facing health, mental, and/or physical challenges. Here about how to stay strong (and keep a sense of humor!) as a caregiver or support caregivers from our panel.
- Sun, Feb 26Tuscaloosa