SF101: Living the Christian Year
An introduction to the Christian Year, which is based on the life of Christ.
We will seek to understand the significance of each remembrance: Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Christ’s Death & Resurrection, Ascension, Pentecost, Trinity Sunday, and the Ordinary Times.
The Christian Year is a wonderful rhythm of grace that helps us to walk afresh with Jesus each year, following in His footsteps in order to counter-act the deadening effect of busyness and hurry.
Date: 7, 14 & 21 Nov 2020 (Saturdays)
Venue: CSF or Virtual - to be confirmed
SF102: Introduction to Spiritual Formation
An introduction to spiritual formation.
Participants will understand and experience the process of spiritual formation in community. Some practices of spiritual formation to help us ‘practice the presence of God’ will be introduced in this course.
Date: 16, 23 & 30 Jan 2021 (Saturdays)
Recommended donation of $100.
Overview of CSF's Spiritual Formation Courses - Nov 2020 to Oct 2022
(Nov 2020) SF101: Living the Christian Year
(Jan 2021) SF102: Introduction to Spiritual Formation
(Mar 2021) SF103: Spiritual Disciplines (I) – Lectio Divina ~ Praying the Word
SF104: Understanding Your Spiritual Milestones
SF105: The Seven Relationships with God
Jul-Oct 2021 & Jul-Oct 2022
SF201: Spiritual Disciplines ~ Means of Grace toward Christlike-ness [Pre-requisites: SF101, 102, 103, 104]
SF202: Lectio Divina (Part 2) [Pre-requisites: SF101, 102, 103] ~ No SF202 in 2021
Mar to Jun 2022
SF106: Spiritual Disciplines (II) – Solitude & Silence
SF107: Introduction to Spiritual Accompaniment
SF108: Spiritual Disciplines (III) – Different Forms of Prayer
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries and further details.
SF100 & 200 Courses
As a resource and learning community, CSF offers series of spiritual formation programmes of increasing depth and duration. These courses aim to provide the foundation and framework for spiritual formation both to deepen the Christian’s communion with God, and to encourage the Christian to live out this deeper life in his or her church community.