The class combines mindfulness with cognitive behavioral tools. There are no PowerPoints – just experiencing and guided discussion.
Brian Sieve, a chaplain from Episcopal City Mission, will be with us this Sunday. He will discuss current activities at Episcopal City Mission.
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What makes St. Martin’s the church that it is? When we say we’re a member of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, to what are we saying we belong?
In cooperation with the Diocesan Community of Deacons, the faculty of the Episcopal School for Ministry has restructured its basic curriculum.
The Rev. Canon Loren Lasch, Diocesan Canon for Christian Formation, will preach at both Sunday services and talk with us at the 9:00 a.m. Adult Ed hour.
Lectio Divina or “divine reading” is an ancient spiritual practice including moments of reading, reflection, responding to and resting in the Word of God.
On Wednesdays during Lent (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.) join the Rev. Sally Weaver in the library to discuss Bishop Jake Owensby’s book A Resurrection Shaped Life.
Mother Leslie will discuss the Biblical basis for Welcoming the Stranger, and responding to those in need of spiritual comfort, shelter, and protection.
Representatives of the Deaconess Anne House, part of the Episcopal Mission Corps, will be at St Martin’s to talk about their mission and ministry.
On March 19 the focus will be on segregation and housing issues while the March 26 session will deal with inequities in health and well-being.
Mary Drastal, one of the contributing artists, will display the works, and talk about the artists, and how they illustrated their question.
The 2019 Absalom Jones Commemoration is a Eucharistic celebration, in conjunction with the Cathedral’s 200th anniversary celebration.
This Sunday we will learn about Candlemas. The day celebrates the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple, and the Purification of the Blessed Mother.
During a facilitated group Lectio Divina, the practitioners listen to a short passage of scripture with the “ear of the heart.”