Welcome back, friends!  Let’s get together.  Here’s what’s going on.

18118623_626292304231338_9068956852440194036_nThe Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist
Sunday, August 20, 6:30-8:30 pm
Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members alike are invited to join us for our opening Eucharist and weekly community night at St. Luke the Evangelist (3530 Wheeler Ave) this semester.  Come and connect, or reconnect.  It is good to be together.

Breakfast Tacos and First Day of School Pics at the AD Bruce
Monday, August 21, 9-11 am
Drop in at the Canterbury Suite (room 205) at the AD Bruce to fuel up for your first day with delicious breakfast tacos, and get your official first day of school picture taken.  Dress accordingly (whatever that means to you).  #itbegins #HoustonCanterbury

Open House at the Canterbury Suite (AD Bruce)
Tuesday, August 22, 4-6 pm
Drop in at the Canterbury Suite (room 205 at the AD Bruce) for snacks, a bit of mingling, and a chance to hear about some of the awesome things that are coming for Houston Canterbury.

FREE Lunch in the 2nd Floor Atrium of the AD Bruce
Wednesday, August 23, 11:30 am – 1 pm
The AD Bruce is your home for free lunch on Wednesdays.  Come by, meet new people, and stay for
Common Worship, 12:15 pm – 12:50 pm
Common Worship is an ecumenical service of holy communion, celebrated each Wednesday during FREE Lunch in the 2nd floor Meditation Chapel of the AD Bruce Religion Center.  It is a time to slow down for a moment and reconnect with yourself, God, and your neighbor, in the middle of your week.

IMG_1241Morning Prayer at the UC
Thursday, August 24, 9-9:45 am
Come on by for breakfast and Morning Prayer according to the Book of Common Prayer downstairs among the couches at the Student Center.  Start your day well as we pray for each other and our world and wrestle with scripture together.

Canterbury at Iglesia San Mateo: Starting Well, Financial Edition
Saturday, August 26, 6:30-8:00 pm
Adulting is super hard, and one of the most stressful things about adulting is managing one’s money.  Join us for dinner and a workshop, which will give you the tools you need to get started.   If you have particular questions that you want to be sure our speaker addresses, send them to eobrien@houstoncanterbury.org.  We will meet in the youth building at San Mateo, 6635 Alder Dr, Houston, 77081.


1 Comment

  1. How encouraging to read of your work in Houston. I graduated from San Jacinto High School (then) in 1959. Now it is a college I believe. At the University of North Texas, I was blessed with a Canterbury group with a wonderful priest named Emmett Waits. I will always be grateful for my Canterbury experience and the friends who were a part of the group. It was life-changing.
    I’ve just begun my 63rd year as a church organist, now at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Evansville, In.
    Blessings to you as you begin a new year. I read of your work in the Forward Day by Day.

    Margaret Kimberling


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