Do you recite the Apostles’ Creed by memory and ever wonder why it talks only about Jesus’ birth and resurrection and says nothing about his ministry?
What do you think are the most important parts of Jesus’ life that could be included?
Are there other creeds in use that speak to contemporary Christian issues?
What words resonate with you about your faith?
Tuesday evenings on Zoom from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
May 11 – June 1, 2021
With an Optional 5th evening on June 15th
A retired Priest in the Diocese of New Westminster, his ministries included St Marks Kitsilano, St George (VGH) and St Mary Magdalene (a newly merger community inspired by St Gregory of Nyssa in San Francisco)
This program is an opportunity to learn about our ancient statements of belief and see how they apply to contemporary life. The program will be led by Rev John Marsh and Rev Sharon with be participating.
Session 1: Creeds in their context. Where do they come from and why do we have them?
Session 2: What is hidden behind the comma? – Between Christ’s birth and resurrection - what has been left out?
Session 3: Contemporary Creeds - From Anglican and other Judeo-Christian faith traditions
Session 4: What would we include in our creed today? – an opportunity to find the words that have meaning for you.
Session 5 (Optional): After some reflection on what has been discussed in this program, this is an opportunity for those who wish to share some of their thoughts or words about what they would include in their personal creed.
Please register by May 6th, 2021: