Adult Education

Bishop Hughes **Virtually** Meets with Lay Members

Thursday, September 17

On Thursday, September 17 at 6pm our Diocesan Bishop, the Right Rev. Carlye J. Hughes we will hold the fourth monthly Lay Conversation (previous ones on May 5, June 30 and July 21).  Scheduled for 90 minutes, this Zoom conversation is open to all members of the diocese.  The logon information was shared via the Diocesan email communication The Voice, as well as our Holy Spirit Sunday Morning Happenings.

***VIRTUAL*** Spiritual Enrichment Group

Sunday, August 23

Our Spiritual Enrichment Group, which typically meets in our lower level kitchen, will continue to meet online on Sundays at 11:30am.  We will be using Richard Rohr's Contemplation & Action daily emails to lead our discussion.  For logon information, contact Patti Walsh or Father Jerry.

***VIRTUAL*** Spiritual Enrichment Group

Sunday, August 16

Our Spiritual Enrichment Group, which typically meets in our lower level kitchen, will continue to meet online on Sundays at 11:30am.  We will be using Richard Rohr's Contemplation & Action daily emails to lead our discussion.  For logon information, contact Patti Walsh or Father Jerry.

STEWARDSHIP 2020-21 KICK-OFF

Sunday, October 25
Faith Filled Generosity

On Sunday, October 25, we kick off our Stewardship Campaign that helps create the 2021 budget.  This is the time of year when we each recommit our time, talent and treasure to the Holy Spirit Verona Community.  This year’s stewardship theme "Faith Filled Generosity" is an opportunity to reflect on how generosity is inspired by our faithhow we are formed and led into relationship with each other as we share our gifts with the world.

***VIRTUAL*** Spiritual Enrichment Group

Sunday, August 2

Our Spiritual Enrichment Group, which typically meets in our lower level kitchen, will continue to meet online on Sundays at 11:30am.  We will be using Richard Rohr's Contemplation & Action daily emails to lead our discussion.  For logon information, contact Patti Walsh or Father Jerry.

HOLY STUFF SUNDAY

Sunday, August 23
Symbol of Story Sunday 2016

On Sunday, August 23, we are encouraging you to "bring" an item to virch that tells us about your personal story -- holy stuff as it were.  In the Gospel for this Sunday, Jesus asks "who do people say the Son of Man is?"  We are asking you to speak about an item (during the sermon time) that tells us who you are.  Share with us something that is a symbol of your personal story.

Bishop Hughes Meets with Lay Members

Tuesday, July 21

On Tuesday, July 21 at 6pm our Diocesan Bishop, the Right Rev. Carlye J. Hughes we will hold the third monthly Lay Conversation (the first one being on May 5 and second June 30).  Scheduled for 90 minutes, this Zoom conversation is open to all members of the diocese.  The logon information was shared via the Diocesan email communication The Voice, as well as our Holy Spirit Sunday Morning Happenings.

Bishop Hughes Meets with Lay Members

Tuesday, June 30

On Tuesday, June 30 at 6pm our Diocesan Bishop, the Right Rev. Carlye J. Hughes we will hold the second monthly Lay Conversation (the first one being on May 5).  Scheduled for 90 minutes, this Zoom conversation is open to all members of the diocese.  The logon information was shared via the Diocesan email communication The Voice, as well as our Holy Spirit Sunday Morning Happenings.

Bishop Hughes To Meet with Lay Members

Thursday, August 20
Bishop Carlye J. Hughes

In May and early June, Bishop Hughes hosted Zoom gatherings with all diocesan congregations, grouped into eight Regional Ministry Networks. For the Summer Regional Zoom meetings, the Bishop has asked Canon Margo Clark to engage an expert on mental health topics, depression in particular, so prevalent during this time of sustained trauma due to the pandemic.  On Thursday, August 20 at 6pm a Zoom Conference is scheduled.  Login information will be shared via email.

The Journey Forward

As we begin the journey forward and discuss returning to in-person worship and gatherings, our Bishop, the Right Rev. Carlye J. Hughes, offers some important thoughts: "In-person worship will require all of us, clergy and laity alike, to prioritize the needs of others over our own. It is not simply our own safety we watch over, is it the safety of all those we interact with at home, church, work, and school."  Click here for more info.

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