The Leaven of Liturgy is a course covering the Order for Holy Communion liturgy from the 1928 American Book of Common Prayer.
This eight session course considers the integral nature of family in the revelation of God about Himself as well as the purpose, meaning and destiny of humankind. The study examines Adam and Eve, the Patriarchs, the Kings, Song of Songs and Holy Matrimony, the Holy Family proper, and Saint Paul’s “household codes.”
In this full course study of 1 Corinthians, commentary of the Church Fathers is used for a chapter by chapter consideration of this very important letter of Saint Paul.
“Asceticism” is a five session course taught by The Reverend Joshua Kimbril covering important guidelines for ascetical practice in the Christian life especially focusing on Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving.
This is a 12 session course investigating the origins and outcome of Higher Criticism as it has affected Biblical scholarship and the Anglican Church. It was taught by Fr. Paul Rivard at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church in Simpsonville, SC in 2017.
This is a course taught in late 2019 and early 2020 at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church in Simpsonville, SC. It serves as an introduction to Christian apologetics from the New Testament through the early 20th century.
This series covering St. Francis de Sales 17th century book Introduction the Devout Life was taught by Fr. Paul Rivard at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church (Simpsonville, SC) in 2018-19.
A chapter by chapter Sunday School discussion of Rod Dreher’s “The Benedict Option.”
This course is an introductory series covering the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the Christian Church. It was taught by Fr. Paul Rivard at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church in Simpsonville, SC.
This six session course explores the overall message of the Book of Psalms by closely examining selected psalms. It is taught by Robert Glick, organist at Saint George the Martyr Anglican Church.
This course consists of answers to questions collected by members of Saint George the Martyr Anglican Church in Simpsonville, SC. Fr. Paul Rivard gives the opportunity for parishioners to submit questions in the several weeks prior to the first session. Then the questions are arranged roughly by subject matter and answered according to a posted syllabus.
A short three session course taught during Lent of 2023 discussing the three states of moral conscience: well formed, scrupulous, and lax.
A short three session course covering St. Athanasius’ On the Incarnation which was taught in the Advent Season of 2020 at The Anglican Church of St. George the Martyr in Simpsonville, SC.
This short Advent series on the Four Last Things covers Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell in three sessions.
Meditations offered for a Parish Lenten Quiet Day on February 27, 2021 at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church.
A two session course on death and resurrection taught at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church in March of 2020.