Class Meeting


The meetings are held after the worship

Connecting, growing and journeying together in discipleship, as we reflect on this one question:

How’s your spiritual life?

Pattern for a one-hour conversation after Church Service at the Orto in case not raining:

  1. Opening prayer
  2. Leader opens conversation by introducing topic
  3. Closing prayer (by anyone who is led to pray)
  4. “Sweet, Sweet Spirit “ song

(Leadership rotates among the participants.)


We carry over to October the last of the first set of questions intended for August and September still uncovered.

Let’s talk about:

Oct. 24

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.”
(Annie Dillard)

How do you think about your days and your Christian life?

The new set of questions for our upcoming conversations are about rituals and liturgies. It may interest you to look ahead and see how you might answer these questions intended to inform and transform your discipleship:

On rituals.

Think of small repetitive habits in your day that point you to particular view of the  “good life” and has formed or shape you in a big or small way.  Is there a practice or habit that has malformed you and may need to be changed?

Nov. 21
On liturgies. 

As you go about your ordinary day, how do your worship in church affect your life and relationship with others? How might you cultivate practices of stillness in your own life?


Dec. tbd 

“Push as hard as the age that pushes against you.”
(Flannery O’Connor)

How do you think practices and liturgies function in that challenge?


Come and join us as we connect, grow and journey together in discipleship!