Join us as Jared finishes our sermon series on Spiritual Formation.
Rachel General and Hannah Estabrook will be leading a training
August 24th from 9am-12pm for all of those who are working with kids and parents of children at The Abbey (0-18yo.).
Basic policies and procedures
Trauma awareness and prevention education
Information will serve as both foundation and formation for the upcoming year. We’d like to ask that you make this training a priority.
If you need childcare in order to attend see Kelsie. See Rachel or Hannah with questions
Join us at St. Johns for a workshop led by Jenn Guthrie. Sabbath is a
practice many of us have heard of but seems impossible to include
in our busy lives. This workshop is a judgement free zone that
includes teaching and handouts to assist you in including Sabbath
as part of your spiritual practice. We will also experience a spiritual
practice together during the workshop. RSVP to Jenn on slack that
you are going to attend.
Join us as Hannah Estabrooke continues our sermon series on Spiritual Formation.
Following our service we will provide a meal for anyone who considers themselves new to the Abbey. During our meal together you will hear the story and vision for the Abbey and have time to introduce yourself and share a bit of your own story. RSVP to Kelsie if you plan on attending
Join us in our upstairs space at St. Johns for a workshop led by Jenn Guthrie. The examen is a practice of reviewing a period of time to see where God was present or seemed distant in your life. This workshop includes teaching and handouts to assist you in including the examen as part of your spiritual practice. We will also experience the examen together during the workshop. RSVP to Jenn on slack that you are going to attend.
This will be a one day event for us to discuss membership in Franklinton Abbey. This conversation is for you if you are discerning how God is inviting you to build with us. We will focus our conversation on our 6 commitments - Spiritual Direction, Contemplative/Active Prayer, Generosity, Hospitality, Having a discerning community, Restorative Peacemaking. This is a required group for anyone who wants to be a member at the Abbey. Please RSVP by sending Kelsie a direct message on slack that you will be attending
Join is in our upstairs space for a workshop led by Jenn Guthrie. Lectio divina is a contemplative way of approaching scripture. This workshop will include practical teaching to assist you in incorporating lectio divina into your life, as well as, a time to experience this beautiful time tested practice. Please RSVP to Jenn on slack.
Lower Lights ministries has been loving the Franklinton Community for decades and they have so much to teach us. Come to this training that they are putting on in regards to addiction and recovery. Cost is $35. Register by April 20th.
Addiction Academy is an interactive conference providing education and training for those who have been impacted by addiction, or have a passion for those in recovery.
We aim to bring people in the field together to teach, inspire and encourage; so we can stand together against addiction in our city.
For more details and to register: lowerlights.org/addictionacademy
We will join St. John’s and travel around Franklinton to various place that hold hurt and hope and celebrate the stations of the cross. Meet at the church at 4:45p to carpool around the neighborhood
Please join us for some sweet, gentle, Spirit filled yoga. During this lent season, Jaime Boyd and Melissa Reed will be leading us through some stretching, folding, and twisting goodness as we engage our bodies and souls. You can also expect prayer, lectio, and beautiful music. We will follow our class with time to sip tea and hang out together before church. Please contact Jaime at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have!
Who: Any ladies (beginners and well seasoned!) We will encourage you to listen to your body and offer modifications and prop support.
When: Every other Sunday of lent
Sunday, March 10, 2:15-3:15 PM,then tea
Sunday, March 24, 2:15-3:15 PM, then tea
Sunday, April 7, 2:15-3:15 PM, then tea
Where: Top floor at St John’s Episcopal Church.
1003 West Town Street
What to wear: comfy clothes!
What to bring: a mat (if you own one), a water bottle, and your favorite mug!
RSVP please so that we can make sure we’ve got enough space!