Gumbo 2015 opens! Dine-in from 11-1 in Bishops Hall. Hear the Rev. Brady Whitton in the church at 12:05, with time for lunch before or afterward!
Confirmation class for young people continues!
The Episcopal Youth Community gathers this Sunday!
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Hearty Breakfasts - Approximately four Sundays per year we invite our neighbors living on the streets and area homeless shelters to Bishops Hall so we can serve them with a hearty breakfast, from 8 until 9 a.m. Volunteers are always welcome to join our parish family as we put the hospitality of Christ into practice.
Love is one of the reasons for our existence, but in order to love, I think we need to start with the truth that is found in the first letter of John: we love because God first loved us. Our love is a response to God’s great love, and we respond to that love with gratitude. Love is something we receive as a gift from God and it should bubble up and cause us then to respond to other people and whatever is going on with that sense of the love of God. That life that we have is, for each of us, our own gift from God, which we are giving to God as a response to his love.
-Br. David Allen
The St. James Center for Spiritual Formation announces a wonderful speaking series to be presented during the ECW Friday Lenten Gumbo lunches. Six wonderful preachers from various religious traditions are scheduled to speak on successive Fridays, in the church, from 12:05 to 12:30 p.m., so attendees may enjoy gumbo then the speaker, or the speaker, then gumbo in Bishops Hall! More about Glory and Gumbo, here.Read more...
Join us on a journey back in time to visit places made sacred with the worship and ministry of St. Patrick and the early Celtic saints. On the first part of our pilgrimage, we’ll visit the famous high crosses at Monasterboice, say prayers in churches founded by St. Patrick in Downpatrick and Armagh, and walk the ancient historic sites at the Hill of Slane, the Hill of Tara, Navan Fort, and Newgrange.Read more...