Today, 50 years after the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, Christians are still called to be disturbers of a false peace, “peace” attained by silencing the voices of those on the margins. Join us at Grace Hour, March 6, as we explore the Campaign’s report, seeking understanding and God’s Spirit of restless hope.
There are big things on the horizon in March for Houston Canterbury. Check out our events calendar, and consider how you might get involved.
This Saturday, join us for a Lenten Mini-Retreat downtown. Your life is busy. We know. Take time to slow down and to set in motion some practices that will lead to transformation of yourself and your community during Lent and beyond.
Join us at General Convention and make your voice heard. The Young Adult Festival is your way in if you are between the ages of 18-30.
Want to read the Bible, but you aren’t quite sure how to get started? Come and discover some different ways into scripture through a Miqra at St. Andrew’s.
This week: Meet our special guest at Grace Hour, The Rev. Matt Seddon, who will be blowing our minds with liberation theology. Slow down this Saturday with the Lenten Mini-Retreat. Check-in over Coffee on Canterbury. Join us for The Gathering.
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship invites young adults to join its Young Adult Delegation for
General Convention 2018 – registration deadline March 1.
CANTERBURY THIS WEEK Tuesday, February 13: Grace Hour takes a night off for Shrove Tuesday festivities. Wednesday, February 14: ASH WEDNESDAY Ashes for the Journey: TSU 9-11 am; UH following Common Worship 11:30-12:45: FREE Lunch at the AD Bruce Religion Center (UH) 12:15-12:45 pm: Common Worship with Imposition of Ashes Common Worship is a brief […]
This Week: Grace Hour returns to Bohemeo’s; The Skeptics Supper Club gathers on the west side; and The Gifts of Imperfection series begins at UH.
On Tuesday, February 20, Grace Hour will welcome The Rev. Matt Seddon – priest, archaeologist, alternative music devotee – who will guide us in a little Liberation Theology 101.