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An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until October 20, 2021
Our NEW midweek program, Wednesday Night Live! begins September 15. What you will find at 797 Summit Avenue are family friendly meals in the Great Hall, faith enrichment classes led by Rev. Dr. Julia Carlson and Revs. Lynn and Mark Barger Elliott, and opportunities to join our music program from the Choir School to The Motet Choir.
4 p.m. Choir School | East Wing and Sanctuary
6-7 p.m. Drop-In Dinner | Great Hall
7 p.m. Faith Enrichment Classes
7 p.m. Confirmation Class | Assembly Room
7 p.m. Bell Choir | Youth Room
7 p.m. The Motet Choir | Choir Room and Sanctuary
WNL! Class Offerings:
The End of Racism led by Rev. Lynn Barger Elliott | Kirk Parlour
Building upon the anti-racism work begun at the 2021 Didier Seminar, this class will explore the history of racism, as well as Christian responses from the past and present. Presentations and discussions will be based on brief articles and video clips from leading thinkers like Jeannine Hill Fletcher and Austin Channing Brown.
The Celtic Threads: Celtic Spirituality and Influence for Our Time led by Rev. Dr. Julia Carlson | Room 1
In her book, Sacred Living, Irish Anglican and director of Celtic Spirituality, Grace Clunie, lists six aspects of Celtic spirituality that are both practical and inspirational. Each stands alone and yet all easily weave together. They are: our relationship with natural world, hospitality, creating a meaningful lifestyle, living a spirituality that is connected with the human family, acknowledging our life of faith as a spiritual journey, and our relationship with the Eternal, that is death, saints, and angels. The Celts and Gauls stretched across parts of Asia (think Galatians) Northern Europe at one time in addition to England, Ireland, and Scotland. This is a deep part of our heritage. All are welcome to come and engage in its ancient wisdom and modern interpretations.
The Art of the Psalms led by Rev. Dr. Mark Barger Elliott | Kirby Lounge
“God’s design in Eden,” writes Makoto Fujimura, was for human beings to “co-create creation.” The Psalms is considered a hymnal and a means to bring forth a song of faith, hope, and love. It also extends an invitation to express our faith through “making,” and artistic expression. No art experience required. Materials provided. Join us for a relaxing class of drawing, study, and faithful expression.