Progressive Christian Fellowship
What Is Kairos?
Kairos is Greek for “opportune time for action or decision.” College is definitely an opportune time to act and explore big life questions about God, faith, spirituality, and purpose. Kairos is a progressive Christian Fellowship with some history in the Protestant traditions, but also open to those of other faith traditions, no faith traditions, or just questioning. Here you’ll find a safe space to wonder, as well as engage opportunities for worship and Bible study, while having fun and building relationships with the other members of Kairos. Contact Pastor Sabrina for more info: email@example.com.
Lenten Reflections on the Psalms (Daily Email) - The Christian season of Lent, a 40-day season of reflection, prayer, and hope, begins on February 17. This year's Lenten theme, which focuses on the Psalms, will bring us together to see how God's grace has carried us through this past year and will continue to be our anchor and strength in the year to come. The daily emails will follow this outline: Sunday - Scripture Reading; Monday - Devotional; Tuesday - Poetry; Wednesday - Act of Compassion ; Thursday - Visio Divina; Friday - Devotional; Saturday - Sabbath Rest.
If you would like to receive a daily email during Lent, please contact Pastor Sabrina.
Sunday Night Bible and Brew (bring your own brewed tea, coffee, or other beverage) - This event is currently virtual. We meet every Sunday at 7:00pm via Zoom. Contact Pastor Sabrina for the link.
Prayer Chain - Email Pastor Sabrina a prayer request for you or someone else during the week (it can be anonymous) and each Friday a prayer chain will be sent out to the members of Kairos with the names of people to be thinking about and praying for.
Bible Trivia Night - Semi-regular Bible trivia game played in teams just for fun. No experience necessary! The first one of the fall will be held Thursday, October 8 at 7:00pm. Contact Pastor Sabrina for the Zoom link.
Retreat - Kairos holds an annual retreat for all students who are interested to Holy Cross Monastery each spring over a weekend. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the retreat may need to be rescheduled.