On Sunday, January 11, we celebrated the Baptism of Christ by renewing our Baptismal Covenant. More than anything else in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, the Baptismal Covenant defines us as Episcopalian Christians. It covers what we believe and how we promise to try to live in the world. During the season of Epiphany, the FISH program will focus on how we promise to live, with God's help.
How FISH works:
- Make participating in FISH a priority - for families with children at home, and all others
- Visit the site weekly: explore, read, do and pray what's suggested on the Education page
- Attend Sunday FISHing events (next date: February 22!)
- Sign up for email delivery of the FISH blog
- Commenting weekly
What is Sunday FISHing?
Sunday FISHing is when we meet all together, for lunch and teaching. Sunday FISHing is every four to six weeks, after worship and Children's Choir practice. We bring a dish to share and plan to stay until 1:00 on these dates:
- Sunday, February 22
- Sunday, April 19
- Sunday, June 7