The storm has past, but the need remains. Weeks after Harvey, while many are working hard to find a new normal, others are only just now able to see what they really need. Here are some places to find assistance. Reach out.
This week, catch the dramatic conclusion of the Stormy Theology series at Bohemeo’s, spend quality time with your bishops at San Mateo, and gather round the table with the Abundant Harvest Food Truck at The Gathering.
Let’s come together as a community of prayer for a Service of Healing and Hope with our bishops at San Mateo. 7 pm on September 27. The service will be in Spanish.
Yesterday, a student asked me, “How do we move forward from here without simply moving on?”
This has been a difficult week in the life of the UH community. Our hearts grieve the suicide of a student here on our campus. We pray for the student, for family and friends, and for the UH community. May the God of hope and healing be manifestly present and at work even in this time of dark confusion. We pray in the silence of not-knowing, standing at the edge of the utility of words.
Gathering people around a table for a shared meal is holy work. On Sunday, October 1, the Abundant Harvest Truck will be joining us in this holy work of gathering those who were strangers around a shared meal at The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist. Let’s get the Houston Canterbury community together from the distant corners of Houston!
This week, try to make it out to Bohemeo’s on Tuesday night for another Stormy Theology session. Also, attn: high school seniors – we have something planned for you!
Join us to here guest lecturer, Professor Michael Haspel, at the Grand Challenges Forum on Sept 29.
Stormy Theology at Bohemeo’s, help getting your financial house in order after Harvey, and a special guest preacher at The Gathering – it’s going to be a good week.
For University of Houston Students: The Youth Empowerment Alliance at the University of Houston stands with UndocuCoogs during this attack on our community. YEA is proud to provide four University of Houston undocumented students with $495 scholarships to submit a renewal of their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status well before the October 5 deadline. Visit bit.ly/YEA2DACA to apply! […]
Saturday, September 16, 6:30 – 8:00 pm, at San Mateo Episcopal Church (6635 Alder Dr, Houston 77081 in the Youth Building)
Learning to manage money can be one of the most stressful things about being a young adult and a student. We had reschedule this event because of Hurricane Harvey, but it is all the more important after the storm. Special resources related to disaster recovery and post-Harvey aid will also be provided. This program is free and open to the public.