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Adult Formation

The Rev. Carter Heyward discusses her book The 7 Deadly Sins of White Christian Nationalism

Saturday, March 18, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM, with an optional lunch ($20) 12:30 – 1:30 PM. Registration is required using form below. Lunch payments should be made at the door. A panel discussion with the Rt. Rev. Samuel Rodman and a workshop are included in the morning’s events. Parking is available for a nominal fee in marked spaces on Franklin Street and Raleigh Rd, in the Morehead Planetarium lot and in other public lots downtown. This program is sponsored by The Church of the Advocate, The Chapel of the Cross, The Church of the Holy Family and St. Matthew’s – Hillsborough.

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The Chapel of the Cross offers a robust collection of opportunities to encourage all parishioners in the lifelong process of growing in relationship with God, self, others, and all creation.

You can see a sampling of our Formation opportunities in the seasonal brochure (below). There, you’ll find details about Sunday morning presentations (which will resume on a regular schedule on Sept. 11, 2022), the Adult Inquirers/newcomers class, numerous small groups (that meet throughout the year) and other special events. Our programs are currently meeting in person, in hybrid classrooms, and through YouTube, Zoom, and other virtual platforms.  For more information, contact Boykin Bell.


Looking for a Sunday Morning Adult Formation program? Visit our YouTube channel.

Live streams will often (but not always) be broadcast at 10:15 AM during the program year. (You won’t see the video on the Home page of our YouTube channel until the broadcast begins.) Archived programs can be found on the Formation playlist. (You’ll need to scroll just a bit to see all the playlists.) Enjoy!

The Chapel of the Cross: A Fuller History

The February 13, 2022 program, The Chapel of the Cross: A Fuller History, Part II with Register of Deeds Mark Chilton, can be viewed here.

The Parish Timeline researched by the Racial Justice and Equity Committee can be viewed and downloaded at the “Download” link below. A history of the Diocese of North Carolina is presented in a number of resources here.