Sunday Forum this Fall (10:15-11:00 AM in the Chapel): What Does It Mean to be Episcopalian?
Join the clergy and people of St. Paul’s this Fall as we delve into the rich tradition of our faith: our biblical roots, the language of the creeds, the meaning behind our common rites of worship, and the history of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. On Sundays September 10 and 17, we will begin the series by embarking on an overview of the geography and history of the Holy Land, led by the Rev. Javier Almendárez Bautista. Throughout, we’ll reflect on how that impacts our practice of the Christian faith. Look out for a full calendar in the coming weeks, and be sure to join us for what should be a stimulating discussion.
Book Discussion, Sundays (5:00 to 7:00 PM, Sep 24 – Oct 29 at the Curry Center)
St. Paul’s will offer a potluck dinner and book discussion group again this fall on Sunday evenings from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, September 24 through October 29, at the Curry Center. We will read Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy. Based on his experience as an attorney in the South representing clients who were people of color, women, and children – all of them indigent – Stevenson came to a new understanding of mercy and of justice. He ultimately founded the Equal Justice Initiative (eji.org) based in Montgomery, Alabama. All are welcome, but to allow for depth of discussion, the group will be limited to 15. Father Javier will facilitate the weekly discussions. Please contact Andrea Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Aleta McClenney at email@example.com, if you have questions. To sign up, click HERE.
ONGOING ADULT FORMATION
- Women’s Study Group, 2nd Tues, 12:00-1:30, Cry Room
- Julian Gathering, 2nd & 4th Wed, 9:15 AM, Cry Room
- People of all Colors and Cultures Together, 1st Tues, 7:00 PM, Youth Wing
- Centering Prayer, Cary Presbyterian Church, 9:00 AM on Fridays
Click HERE for Coffee Hour schedule.