Director of Religious Formation
Peggy Casing
Phone:  (248) 243-0251

Christian Classics Book Club

The focus of CCBC is to read books that would be found in a “classics” section of a bookstore, or more contemporary literature that is written to convey the complexities of spirituality, morality, or other aspects of living. Our next book is, Far from the East End: The Moving Story of an Evacuee’s Survival and Search for Home, by Iris Jones Simantel. Join us on January 8th, at 7:45 PM, for a discussion with a great group of readers!

Christian Classics Book Club 17-18 schedule

Deepening Faith, Learning More

We have a number of studies for adults.  Whether it’s specifically for men, or women, or focused an academic study of the bible, or  more about applying the bible to our life, we have a study for you.  Please contact Peggy Casing to find something that “fits.”

If you’d like to learn more about what the Church teaches on a wide variety of topics, join us on Sundays from 12:15-1:45, for a DVD viewing and discussion.  We don’t meet every week,  but I’ll keep you posted on upcoming dates and topics here, and on our website. 2017-18 Symbolon outline and schedule This series, “Symbolon: Knowing the Faith,” features “experts” presenting a new topic each week.  As such, you can come to one session, or the whole series. Consider joining us on December 3rd for “The Paschal Mystery—The Mystery of Jesus’ Death and Resurrection.”

2017-18 Symbolon outline and schedule

Peggy Casing, MAPS, MC—Director of Formation
Peggy Casing or (248) 243-0251.

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Know Someone in Crisis?

We have a special outreach ministry here at St. Mary’s. We are happy to help those individuals in need of comfort in a time of sorrow, illness, or struggle. We provide that support through prayer and blankets or shawls that are knitted, or crocheted, by members of our volunteer ministry. If you know of a parishioner, or their family member who’d benefit from this ministry, call Peggy Casing at (248) 243-0251.

For more information on any of these offerings, or to obtain information on other adult formation offerings, please contact Peggy Casing or (248) 243-0251.