What Is a Pastorate?
A Pastorate is a gathering of anywhere from 8 to 25 people who meet in people's homes during the week for fellowship, discussion, and prayer. They typically last about two hours. There are usually two semesters when Pastorates occur, one during Lent and another in the fall before Advent.
When Are the Next Pastorates and How Can I Get Involved?
The focus for our Lenten Pastorates (small groups) is “sharing in the life of God” through the spiritual disciplines. Each Pastorate will be geared toward practicing a spiritual discipline in community as we prepare for Good Friday and Easter. We have seven groups that will meet every other week for five meetings starting on March 5 and 8. Check them out here or contact Fr. Wes for more information.
What about My Children?
All of our Pastorates welcome children to participate. Some of our Pastorates are specifically geared toward families. Others parents simply arrange for their own childcare. If you need help, please contact Fr. Brian, our Priest to Families.