Catechism - Becoming a Part of God’s Kingdom at CCA
Catechism is a ten dollar word, as a cowboy would say, for a one dollar idea. It is the teaching or formation of the members of the church. It is an old word for a timeless job.
“Go forth therefore, making disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey all that I commanded you.” - Jesus from Matthew 28:19
We are told to make disciples or students of Jesus, baptizing them, and teaching them to do what Jesus told us to do. That is what we attempt to do on Wednesday nights during Lent, with a little soup and crackers thrown in.
Our method is two-fold: short presentations of essential teachings and small-group reflections on living the life of faith. It is really simple and powerful.
These classes are required for those seeking baptism for themselves or their children, joining the church, or being baptized or confirmed. They are recommended for everyone.
Join us at 6:00 p.m. for soup and 6:30 p.m. for class in Rectors Hall on Wednesday nights during Lent (2/21 through 3/21).
Childcare will be provided, but you must sign up through the office.