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Sunday
8:00 AM Chapel • 10:30 AM Church (combined service) with Live Stream • 5:00 PM Chapel

Weekly Bible & Book Studies

Summer Study

Practically Divine: A Summer Book Study
Thursdays beginning July 11, 12:00 PM, Graham Library

Becca Stevens is coming this fall! So, join us this summer, as we read together Becca Stevens’ treasure: Practically Divine. In Practically Divine, Becca shares how to live a life that’s practically divine. When we allow ourselves to embrace both ordinary and extraordinary experiences, we can feel the divine anywhere. No matter where we are—on a walk in the woods, in a sacred building, or in a dusty refugee camp—signs of love abound. There is no secret formula to experiencing the sacred in our lives, it just takes practice and practicality. Embracing the practically divine compels us to do something, anything, to share in the feast of love together. Can’t come to every session? No problem! For more information, contact Anne Green Buckner at abuckner@ccgsc.org or 864.282.3117. This book can be found at Amazon.com or at your preferred book vendor.

Recognizing and Addressing
Levels of Conflict
A Learning Leadership and Conflict Skills Class
Sunday, July 14, 12:30 - 2:30 PM
Earle Conference Room

If you find yourself in a conflict, how do you know if you can address it yourself or if you are going to need some help navigating it? In this class, learn how to recognize the different levels of conflict and what tools are needed to address each level whether the conflict exists among your relationships or within an organization. This class is for anyone who wants to gain conflict resolution skills for the future or in order to deal with a current conflict. Taught by The Rev. Kellie Wilson. The class is free of charge, but you can purchase a lunch for $17. Register here.

Diocesan Faith Development Opportunities

Cursillo

One of the adult retreats/conferences we offer through Christ Church is Cursillo. “Cursillo” is a Spanish word meaning “short course.” Cursillo is a transformative experience where God touches individuals' lives and hearts in a special way. Cursillo Weekends are offered Thursday night through Sunday afternoons three times a year at the Gravatt Camp and Conference near Aiken, SC.

A Cursillo Weekend is a time of encouragement and learning in a positive and spiritual environment for individuals or couples who are already participating members of the Church. Great meals, uplifting music and meaningful worship, short teachings by priest and lay persons, and small group time combine for a fulfilling weekend.

The cost of attending the three days is $150 and includes meals and lodging from Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon. Scholarships are available as needed. Learn more or download the registration form from the diocesan Cursillo website, or contact Kellie Wilson.

Ultreya

Please join the Upstate Ultreya Facebook group for information on upcoming Ultreya dates and locations.

Ultreya is a Spanish word meaning "onward" that pilgrims used to encourage each other along their journey. In the Cursillo community, we use it to signify a time when we all gather together to share our experiences as Christians and walk the road together. The Ultreya meets once a month at various churches around the upstate. All people are welcome, even if you have not attended a Cursillo. For more information, contact Kellie Wilson.