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.”
The Rev. Cannon Loren Lasch will tell us what is planned to engage youth around the diocese and discuss the process of discernment.
Epiphany celebrates the arrival of the Three Magi who followed a wild star to visit the Baby Jesus and is celebrated twelve days after Christmas.
For anyone interested in being confirmed, received, or if you would simply like to learn more about the Episcopal Church and our beliefs and worship.
This Sunday, December 30 at 9:00 a.m. please join us between services for fellowship and coffee.
This Sunday, December 23 at 9:00 a.m. we will have Lectio Divina with Lectionary reading.
The Inquirer’s Class is for anyone interested in being confirmed, received, or if you would simply like to learn more about the Episcopal Church.
The Christmas Candle book by Richard Paul Evans is a beautiful book with incredible illustrations from realist painter Jacob Collins.
This Sunday, December 9 at 9:00 a.m. Mary Drastal will offer a presentation on Nativity Art. Come and see this inspirational and informative presentation.
This Sunday, December 2 we will have Lectio Divina with Lectionary reading at 9:00 a.m. Following the 10:15 a.m. service we will also have Sunday Brunch.
This Sunday we will have a guest speaker, Larry Patterson discuss estate planning and planned giving, sponsored by the Legacy Endowment Committee.