DWELLING IN THE WORLD
Every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. for the Dwelling in the Word, a scripture meditation on the Gospel for the coming Sunday Dwelling in the Word is a spiritual practice of reading and dwelling in the biblical text with an openness to be formed and transformed by the Living Word. This practice is an intentional way of allowing God to speak to us both individually and as a gathered community. Dwelling in the Word honors each person's ability to listen to God and to each other. We are formed spiritually by encountering the Word and allowing the text to inform our lives, address our deep needs and to encounter God.
Following Dwelling in the Word, at noon on Thursdays, we gather to share the Holy Eucharist in an intimate and healing worship experience.
Everyone is welcome to participate in Dwelling in the Word and the Thursday Eucharist. Dwelling is facilitated by Virginia Hoffmann.
LENTEN BOOK STUDY: THE CHURCH CRACKED OPEN
In this critical yet loving book, The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, explores the American story and the Episcopal story in order to find out how communities steeped in racism, establishment, and privilege can at last fall in love with Jesus, walk humbly with the most vulnerable and embody beloved community in our own broken but beautiful way. Join us on Thursday evenings in Lent for discussion. Contact the Parish Office to RSVP.
LENTEN STUDY: WHAT WONDROUS LOVE:: EXPLORING HOLY WEEK THROUGH THE ART OF JOHN AUGUST SWANSON
Sunday evenings in Lent we will consider a key passage related to Holy Week - the last days of Jesus' ministry, his death and his resurrection. The reflections we will watch have been prepared by members of the faculty at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. The art of John August Swanson, as reflected on by Candler faculty, will then provide a jumping off point for our conversations. We will gather via Zoom. Contact Mother Cosman for the Zoom link.