This series of four Wednesday night presentations and conversations will begin a process of integration from the perspective of science and move towards how this affects the way one views religion and theology.
Learn about the local opportunities to share God’s love with those detained and imprisoned, and with their families and how we might follow Christ's call to visit and support prisoners and reform unjust structures.
On Saturday January 20th Saint Philip's welcomes the Benedictine Oblates to their new church home. As part of the welcome we will dedicate the baptistery as the Chapel of Saint Benedict. The service concludes with the Reception of Oblate Candidates and the Renewal of Oblation vows. Learn more about the Benedictine Oblates here.
On January 21st we will get an update on stewardship, budget, and sustainability as well as reports on Buildings and Grounds, endowments, and more.
The Rev'd Mark Stevenson, Executive Director of Episcopal Migration Ministries, joins Saint Philip’s on Saturday, February 10th, for a dialogue about migration, immigration and, refugee resettlement. He brings a breadth of experience working with the National Church on resettlement, and a deep compassion. He is a partner in helping us to Pray, Give, Grow and Work to share God’s love with the world.
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