2019 Fall Book Study

2019 Fall Book Study


10/07/2019
5:30 pm - 6:45 pm


Rev. Katherine A. Stanford

Over the course of three October Monday evenings, we’ll examine Nora Gallagher’s Practicing Resurrection: A Memoir of Work, Doubt, Discernment, and Moments of Grace. According to Amazon, in this memoir:

Gallagher searches for direction in the wake of her brother’s death. A desire to reclaim her own “wild life” and a sense of the sacred in the world compels her to assess everything: her marriage, her writing career, and her commitment to parish life. A profound testimony to the urgency of living with meaning, to the natural world’s solace and sacredness and a beautiful and often harrowing account of the search for vocation. Gallagher bears witness to the way death yields new life.

All are welcome! If you have questions, please contact Rev. Stanford.

Sep 2019


09/22/2019
Human Rights in Christian Perspective—Care for the Poor: Economic and Social Rights
09/29/2019
Human Rights in Christian Perspective—Light to the Nations: Rights of Migrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers
09/29/2019
2019 Service Sunday

Oct 2019


10/02/2019
Midweek Connections: Singing Our Faith in an Ever-Changing World
10/06/2019
Provocative Women: Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, and Bathsheba in Matthew's Genealogy of Jesus