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Religious Education for adults seeks to address the needs of the adults of Epiphany in deepening their understanding of their faith which will then lead to a more committed way of living their faith in Jesus Christ. Building on the religious education received as children, the questions and needs of adults go beyond what was learned during school years. Respecting the life experiences of adults, adult religious education should seek to integrate their questions with the teachings of the Church.
Learning about one’s faith, deepening one’s relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church does not end in 12th grade, but rather is a life-long process. We invite you to join us for the various adult education programs that are offered. Additional programs are being added on a regular basis. For more information, please follow the appropriate links or you may call Mandy at 722-0051 or Judy at 722-2110 extension 125.
Prayer for Those Who Seek to Learn
May the God of our Lord Jesus Christ,
the Father of glory, grant you a spirit
of wisdom and insight to know him clearly.
May he enlighten your innermost vision
that you may know the great hope
to which he has called you, the wealth
of his glorious heritage to be distributed
among the members of the church, and
the immeasurable scope of his power
in us who believe.
Sharing the Light of Faith, taken from Ephesians 1:17
The Mass! Starts September 17.
Walk through the Liturgy with Bishop Barron and you’ll be transformed through insights on this most privileged and intimate encounter with our Lord Jesus Christ.
See how the Mass brings us out of the fallen world and into the heavenly realm, how it resonates with a call from God and a response from his people, the Church, and, most importantly, how we are intimately joined with the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus through the Holy Eucharist.
The Mass will help you understand how to fully, consciously, and actively participate in the source and summit of the Christian life. Begins the week of September 17!
Monday 6:30 - 8:00pm
Facilitator Tom Fair
Tuesday 9:30 - 11:00am
Facilitator Megan Wells
Wednesday 7:00 - 8:30pm
Facilitator Eric Wallis
Fulfilled! Uncoversing the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism
Biblical Foundations of Catholicism (Part One). Starts January 7.
Part One focuses on the elements found in the outer sanctuary of the Tabernacle and how they connect to the liturgical calendar, the priesthood, purgatory, baptism, and more. Part Two focuses on the elements found in the inner sanctuary of the Tabernacle and how they connect to the Magisterium, the Eucharist, incense, Mary, and more.
Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism (Part Two). Starts February 18.
Part Two focuses on the elements found in the inner sanctuary of the Tabernacle and how they connect to the Magisterium, the Eucharist, incense, Mary, and more. Part One focuses on the elements found in the outer sanctuary of the Tabernacle and how they connect to the liturgical calendar, the priesthood, purgatory, baptism, and more. Have you ever been unable to explain the “why” of Catholic beliefs? Have you
ever wondered why the Old Testament sounds so different from the New Testament?
In the Old Testament, God began building a plan and laying a foundation for the beautiful traditions of the Catholic Faith. That plan was fulfilled by Jesus in the New Testament.
Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism is an apologetic approach to sharing the Catholic Faith using the Old Testament Tabernacle as a blueprint for God’s plan. While it is designed as a faith-sharing Scripture study, you will also gain an understanding of some of the most questioned Catholic teachings. Fulfilled will reignite your love of Scripture and help you share and defend the Catholic Faith with the Word of God.
Brown Bag Book Club top of page
The Epiphany Brown Bag Book Club meets on the second Wednesday of every month from 11:40 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the West Meeting Room and welcomes both men and women. Participants are asked to read the selected book for the month and to bring a question to add to the discussion. Everyone is encouraged to bring your “brown bag lunch” (drinks are provided) and come prepared for a lively discussion. The current book selections are listed below. For more information please contact Judy at 722-2110 extension 125 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 12 -- The Ride of Our Lives, by Mark Leonard
January 9 -- Me Before You, by Jojo Moyes
February 13 -- Suki and Sam, by Lisa Marotta***
March 13 -- Crossing the Desert, by Robert J. Wicks
April 10 -- Fly While You Still Have Wings, by Joyce Rupp
May 8 -- From Islam to Christ, by Derya Little
June 12 -- Fisherman's Tomb, By John O'Neill
***Luncheon Lisa Marotta & Dorothy Shaw in the Patio Room
Sunday to Sunday Scripture Study top of page
The Sunday to Sunday Scripture Study group explores the Scriptures that will be used in the upcoming Sunday liturgy. The sessions include prayer using the Divine Mercy Chaplet, the reading and study of the Scriptures and closes with a video on an aspect of the Catholic faith. The sessions are held each Wednesday, September – May from 9:00am - 11:00am in the West Meeting Room. For more information, please contact the Epiphany Office at 722-2110.
Bible Time Line
This is a new Bible study program at Epiphany. This session’s topic is Salvation History. This is a 6 week session on Thursdays, 7:00pm in classrooms 3 & 4. Session dates are: April 12, 19, 26, & May 3, 10, 17. Books and materials will be ordered when you come to class. Use email: epiphany.alpha.okc.@gmail.com for information. View the trailer!