All Are Welcome: Belonging in the Christian Community
Beginning on Sunday, October 10 in the main sanctuary (10:15–11:00 a.m.), join us for conversations about what it means for us to be members of the Beloved Community. Think of it as a 101 course about the church universal—what it means for us to belong to one another and commit to welcoming the stranger into our midst. As we engage these conversations, we are excited to welcome Laura Steed-Lorino, the Executive Director of L’Arche North Carolina: an inclusive community in formation where adults with and without intellectual disabilities share life and friendships.
Participants may attend this lecture series in-person or view it live online. Masking is required for all indoors at St. Paul’s, and all gatherings will take place in accordance with existing local and diocesan pandemic guidelines. Please refer to the Looking Ahead page on our website for more information.
If you would like to view this lecture series online, please register ahead of time here.
For information on past forum series, including video recordings of select offerings, go to the Adult Formation page on the church website.
|10/10/21||Episcopal 101: What Is the Episcopal Church?||The Rev. Javier Almendárez-Bautista|
|10/17/21||L’Arche: A Community of Belonging for People with and Without Disabilities||Laura Steed-Lorino, Executive Director, L’Arche NC|
|10/24/21||Episcopal 102: What does it mean to belong to the Episcopal Church?||The Rev. George Adamik|
|10/31/21||Episcopal 103: The Practice of Belonging in Scripture||The Rev. Javier Almendárez-Bautista|
|11/7/21||Episcopal 104: The Diocese of North Carolina (Bishop’s Forum)||The Rt. Rev. Sam Rodman|