Stirling’s faith formation ministry seeks to live out the following tenets of our households of faith vision/mission statement.
Learning The Faith
In order to understand the significance of faith for ourselves and our world, we use congregational and household resources to provide opportunities for all ages to learn the essentials of Christian faith and belief. Through intergenerational relationships, age appropriate learning, and creative educational resources, we are committed to learning the scriptures and the meaning of Christian faith in a Mennonite perspective.
Spirituality & Prayer
As a congregation, we support personal and corporate spiritual formation by encouraging active participation in the spiritual disciplines of prayer, meditation, scripture reading, and generosity. Congregational and household resources will be devoted to helping individuals lead a reflective and prayerful life so that we might be shaped by the power of the Holy Spirit and formed in the image of Christ.
We seek to live out our Households of Faith Statement through our commitments to:
Faith Formation Ministry Team
Steve Manske (lay leader)
Tamara Awad Lobe
Carrie Martens (pastor of Faith Formation)