Episcopal School Day Celebrated At Episcopal Church Of Good Shepherd, Lookout

Thursday, October 3, 2013
The Church of the Good Shepherd, 213 Franklin Road, Lookout Mountain, will celebrate Episcopal School Day on Sunday. In recognition of the annual celebration of Episcopal schools nationwide, Good Shepherd School Director Sandy Skorput will share a PowerPoint describing the particular Episcopal identity of Good Shepherd School's programs and the Rev. Mac Brown will round out the hour with a shortened session of his upcoming Sunday series "Bring It Home." The Rev. Janice Robbins will speak at the 8 and 10:30 a.
m. worship services.
 
Beginning Oct. 10, Rev. Brown will begin a new class, "Bring It Home: Building Family Traditions to Bridge From Sunday to Sunday." This class aims to assist the families of Good Shepherd in building spiritual and religious traditions in their home that build up the faith and develop spiritual exercise of children and parents alike. The class will focus on liturgical, sacramental, and cultural calendars to provide parents with resources to create traditions linked to particular liturgical seasons ad holidays.

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