This page provides a listing and links to the courses presently available.  The pages for each individual course are only accessible by using a password.  The files needed to present a course are found on those individual course pages.  If you want access to course materials please contact Paul Lang.


Gratitude lies at the heart of deep and joyful discipleship.  We will explore how developing a discipline of living in gratitude can transform our prayers and our faith.
Paul tells us to "bear one another's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ." [Galatians 6:2]  This is a course on the spiritual aspects of dealing with those people who trouble us.
Rom. 15:7    "Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God."  We will explore the disciple of hospitality and consider how it helps to shape a Christlike community.
Lent is "penitential," so how do we embody that penitence in our spiritual practices?  What does it mean for us to promise to "keep a holy Lent.?"
Advent is both a season of hope that Jesus is coming in the celebration of the birth of the Christ-child and a season of warning that "he will come again to judge the living and the dead."
Ordinary Time take nearly thirty weeks of the year – what does spirituality look like in "ordinary" time?
These and other questions are at the heart of thinking about spiritual disciplines which are particularly suitable for the various seasons in the liturgical year.
This Course page has a wide variety of single lesson materials on various forms of prayer: Bead Prayers, The Examen, Intercessory Prayer, Praying with Icons/religious art, et cetera.  You can mix and match these individual lessons to create a "toolbox" of prayer forms to offer in a multi-lesson course.