In this course, Introduction to the Episcopal Church, you will grain some basic understanding of the Episcopal Church. If you are new to the Episcopal Church this course might help you in your confirmation process. Even if you are not a member of the Episcopal Church or do not wish to become one, this free course might help you to understand some important aspects of the Episcopal Church. The best part: it is free. But please register for the course.
Curriculum below shows you the topics that are covered in here. They are not deeply Theological but practical, applicable daily practices, prayers, beliefs etc. This course has several teachers on video, text, slides and more. Most of them are specifically taught for this course, but there are helpful information videos in here that you might benefit from presented by other churches in the Episcopal church including Presiding Bishop of the Church.
No Tests: There are not tests to pass. If you have questions that are not covered in here, please contact us through comments, and we will answer them through short videos. They will be added to the growing lesson plan here.
Teachers, Facilitators, Leaders and all those involved in this project are people who have a deep commitment to the Way Of Love as the Presiding Bishop says. We love what we do and therefore we share what we believe. We live what we believe and therefore it is easy to talk about them here. We hope you enjoy these videos and lessons. Please come to an Episcopal Church to learn more and experience love that is unconditional. When we say all are welcome we mean all and no exceptions.
Frequently Asked Questions
I want to encourage you to enroll in this free course to learn about the Episcopal Church. As you enroll in this program, locate an Episcopal Church in your neighborhood and try attending one of our churches. Ask questions, seek clarifications, and understand more about historical, practical, personal and open church of our Lord Jesus Christ. Friendly, open and welcoming community is waiting for you. No judgements or requirements to celebrate your faith.