Parish life at Holy Spirit revolves around our education as Christians and our fellowship together. Education and fellowship are foundations of our development as a faith community and how we come together as a congregation. For more information on any of these activities, please email us.
Youth in grades 6-12 meet Sunday evenings during the school year for fun, games, and Bible study. For more information about youth activities contact the church office.
1st Friday Dinners
Fun Friday Dinners
2nd Sunday Breakfast
Come at 9:00am and enjoy a home cooked breakfast provided by the Men's Group.
Family Faith Nights
Once a month, families with children take turns hosting an evening of fun and fellowship. Babysitters are on hand to corral the little ones so parents can enjoy their time together. A current schedule of dinners is located in the Narthex.
Every other week, the women of the church gather in the home of Bryn Caddell for a time of reflection and sharing. Activities vary from meeting to meeting and no preparation is required. For more information email the church office.
Wednesday Book Study
From September through May, a Wednesday morning book study is held in the Narthex from 10:30-11:45 a.m. Everyone is welcome to join these lively discussions led by Father Chris and Father Larry.
The women of the church meet the first Friday of the month from 10:15 a.m.-noon in the parish hall and discuss a selected book. Childcare is available for this gathering.
Education for Ministry (EFM)
EFM recognizes that all of God’s people are called to minister in the name of Christ, and this intensive course of study seeks to provide strong theological education to help fulfill that call. For more information about EFM, visit www.sewanee.edu/efm.
Table fellowship includes the special occasion fellowship such as Easter Sunday luncheon, Pentecost Picnics and receptions for special events.
Our library is stocked full of books. Check back soon for an online link to our database.
On Sunday mornings between services (9:30-10:30 a.m.) our parishoners take part in a variety of Christian Formation classes. Christian Formation is a life-long process of participation in and practice of a life of faith through critical, prayerful reflection on scripture, tradition, reason and experience. Our classes include:
Adult Christian Formation
In the Narthex and Parish Hall
In the teen room
Kinder-2nd grade in Godly Play Room
3rd-5th grade in Pre-K building