Adult Formation


The Chapel offers numerous programs for adults to deepen their faith and further understand the traditions of the Church.

Current Small Group Offerings

Wednesday Morning Bible Study on Wednesday at 9:30 in the Library

Friday Morning Men’s Group on Fridays at 7:00 at CC’s Coffee House

Chapel Grille

Every last Thursday of the month at 6:00pm, the men of the parish get together in the Parish Hall for dinner. Everyone brings their own drinks and meat to grill, and the Chapel provides the rest.

Current Adult Sunday School Classes

Newcomers’ Class with The Rev. Tom Fanning at 9:15 in the Chapel of the Cross

Celebrating the Saints with The Rev. Will Compton at 9:30 in the Parish Hall

Episcopal Church Women at 9:30 in the Library

Covington Room Sunday School at 9:30 in the Covington Room


Adult Fellowship Groups at the Chapel

Seasoned Saints is a tight-knit community within our parish, made up of parishioners who have reached the age of 65 or older. They often come together for exciting adventures, from fun trips to delicious dinners, creating lasting memories in this warm and welcoming fellowship group.

This thriving group at Chapel of the Cross meets regularly for formation and other fun events and family activities. It includes those who are single and those with significant others. The young adult foyer group meets monthly in the home of a young adult in the parish and children are welcome! Come be a part of this growing group at the Chapel of the Cross.

Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism.  The group meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 6:30 – 8:00 pm in the Parish Hall to share a meal and program.  There is also an annual retreat in January.

Cursillo is a worldwide movement of the Christian Church 

which strives to penetrate and Christianize environments through Christian communities in action.  It begins with a three-day Cursillo weekend that provides a living experience – meeting Christ, meeting fellow Christians and experiencing how they live.  The Cursillo method described during the weekend provides a means to continue the Christian growth after the weekend. The resulting Christian community is a group of men and women who live the Christian life, linked together in Christ, and are supported in their environment.  Mississippi Cursillo weekends take place at Gray Center.

Click here for more information about Cursillo

Cursillo is a worldwide movement of the Christian Church 

which strives to penetrate and Christianize environments through Christian communities in action.  It begins with a three-day Cursillo weekend that provides a living experience – meeting Christ, meeting fellow Christians and experiencing how they live.  The Cursillo method described during the weekend provides a means to continue the Christian growth after the weekend. The resulting Christian community is a group of men and women who live the Christian life, linked together in Christ, and are supported in their environment.  Mississippi Cursillo weekends take place at Gray Center.  Click here for more information.

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