This Week: The Hidden Songs of Scripture at Bohemeo’s, the Feast of St. Luke at UH Common Worship, #WeWelcome on Thursday, Race & the Christian Imagination gathering, and a special guest preacher at The Gathering.
Tuesday, October 17, 7:00 – 8:30 pm: Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s
708 Telephone Rd, Suite E, 77023
Grace Hour continues with a short series, Biblical Poetry: Voice of our Estrangement, Answer to our Affliction. This will be a 3-part series, digging into some of the ancient, beautiful, and sometimes violent language in scripture. What do we do with this stuff? Where might we find contemporary counterparts?
Wednesday, October 18 at UH Main
FREE Lunch at the AD Bruce: 11:30-1
Common Worship in the Meditation Chapel on the 2nd Floor of the AD Bruce: 12:15-12:45
Today we will be celebrating the Feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, and Canterbury is in charge of worship. Get ready. Mark your calendar.
Thursday, October 19 at UH Main
If you would like to help show off UH to some high school students from Faith Collaborative, email The Rev. Eileen O’Brien (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Saturday, October 21 – Race and the Christian Imagination
This semester, Project Curate will be gathering people together to explore the topic of Race and the Christian Imagination. If you would like to be part of a creative and diverse cohort and you can attend two out of three of the gatherings (Oct 21, Nov 18, and Dec 16), let Eileen know and Houston Canterbury will get you registered. The group will gather at St. John’s Downtown (2019 Crawford, 77003).
Sunday, October 22, The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist
6:30-8:30 pm at 3530 Wheeler Ave.
We will welcome Marcia Sadberry today as our guest preacher. Marcia is studying at the Iona School for ministry for the priesthood. She is a gifted musician, teacher, cyclist (regular and moto), and a supporter of the ministry of The Gathering at St. Luke.