Learn some simple spiritual practices that will allow you to not only recognize grace and gifts in your daily life, but give you the power to attend to them, allowing you to more effectively tend to the needs of yourself and others. Brooke Summers-Perry will lead this workshop.
Every summer, the church hosts some great conferences that offer participants tools for developing their faith and ministries. Houston Canterbury wants to help make these opportunities financially viable for you. Check them out!
As classes wrap up, take some sanity time for prayer, community and connection. This week there are interesting things happening for students, faculty and staff.
This Monday, the AD Bruce will host a lunchtime conversation with clergy of different faiths about how to care for survivors of sexual assault and how faith communities can combat stigma and shame.
Tuesday, April 18, 7-8:30 pm: Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s This Easter season we will be meditating on Henri Nouwen’s tiny book, With Burning Hearts. In this text, Nouwen asks a good question: What does the strange act of Eucharist have to do with the life we live? Nouwen helps us figure out what eucharistic living […]
This is the liturgy we used for Stations in the Third Ward on Good Friday.
Palm Sunday, April 9 – Canterbury will kick off Holy Week with a visit from Bishop Doyle. Join us at St. Luke the Evangelist, 3530 Wheeler, for a Eucharist to bring our whole community together with our bishop. The service starts at 6:30 pm, and it will be followed by dinner and conversation with Bishop […]