2018 Wednesday Night Classes
Wednesday night dinner and classes begin January 9. Join us in the Cathedral at 5:45 p.m. for Evening Prayer, followed by 6:15 p.m. dinner in the Great Hall, 7 p.m. classes, and 8 p.m. Compline. Our meal will consist of a half-sub of the week from Publix, a prepared salad, and dessert for a cost of $6.00 per person. Coffee, tea, lemonade and water will be available.
To insure the exact amount of class handouts and food, you will need to make a reservation below, or with Fay Chandler at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 407-849-0680 at the Cathedral each week no later than Tuesday noon to secure your dinner on Wednesday night.
Dave Ramsey Money Management Course
Bob and Elizabeth Stephens
January 10 - March 14, 2018
Financial Peace University (FPU) is a nine-lesson class on money management taught by America’s most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. Dave and his teaching team will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future and much more.
The best way to jumpstart your financial journey and to see the most significant life-change is to join and experience the class with other people. Classes will meet for 90 minutes once a week for nine weeks and will be led by volunteer coordinators Bob and Elizabeth Stephens. The accountability and motivation you receive from discussing the lessons and meeting with people face-to-face is the key to changing your life!
Classes will begin on Wednesday, January 10th. You will be able to pick up your dinner in the Great Hall at 6:15 and eat with your classmates in the Activity Room in the Education Building. Babysitting will be available.
To join this class, please note on your Sunday connection card, call the Cathedral Office, or sign up online https://fpu.com/1053913.
The cost per “family unit” is $109. This cost includes: Participation in the class, member workbook, debt snowball tool and other resources, one year access to online videos, one year subscription to EveryDollarPlus (Dave’s online budgeting tool), the envelope system, and a lifetime of living debt free!
"Augustine: A Restless Heart Finds Rest"
January 10 -February 7
This class will explore the life and theology of St. Augustine (354-430), one of the most influential figures in Church History, and will mainly focus on Augustine’s own account of his early life and conversion in his book Confessions. Exploring Augustine’s search for rest in God will serve as a window into his rich and powerful ideas about God, sin, grace, Christ and the Church. We’ll explore Augustine’s idea that the Church is a “city” on “pilgrimage” in this world, and what that means for our own pilgrimage and life together.
This class will be led by David DiQuattro, an Adjunct Philosophy Faculty member at Stetson University and Rollins College. His area of specialization is Ethics, especially Virtue Ethics, with a focus on Augustine’s relevance to these debates.
The Cure by John Lynch
Dan and Ann Miller
January 17 - May 23
This small group led by Cathedral members Dan and Ann Miller, who don’t have it all together but want to grow with others, will work through the book The Cure by John Lynch. This will not be a typical Bible study group, but more like pilgrims traveling together, getting to know one another well, and praying for one another. This small group will run through the end of spring.
Lenten Teaching Series
Led by Bishop Brewer and Cathedral Clergy
February 21 - March 21
“Teach Us To Pray” led by Bishop Brewer and Cathedral clergy. The last class on March 21 will be Stations of the Cross.