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Sundays: 
6:30-8:30 pm: The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist, 3530 Wheeler Ave, Houston, TX 77004
The Gathering is an evening service of Christian worship in the Episcopal tradition, followed by community time around the table with a delicious and hot meal.  All are welcome: friends, family, community members, and students.
On Sunday, October 7, AT THE TSU CATHOLIC NEWMAN CENTER (3535 Wheeler Ave, Houston, 77004) we will have a special Eucharist and celebration shaped by Hispanic Heritage Month and the theme of that day’s reading from Hebrews, Pioneers in Faith and Sacrifice (Heb 2:10). Maria Bautista Vargas will be preaching, and the music and liturgy will reflect the 1.5/2nd generation Latino experience, as we give thanks for those who have been pioneers in faith and sacrifice in our own lives.  All are welcome!
On Sunday, October 21, Bishop Fisher will be joining us at The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist to celebrate and preach and party with us.  Even if The Gathering is not the normal way you connect to Houston Canterbury, we hope that you will mark your calendars to be there for some great conversation and quality time with the bishop.


Mondays:  October is Stewardship Month.
Swing by The Living Room (room 205 at the AD Bruce Religion Center) between 9 am and 4 pm to take care of your FAFSA, attend to your financial wellness, or do a time management review.


Tuesdays:
EAT. PRAY. GO. (TSU), 9-11 am: Swing by St. Luke the Evangelist (on the Rosedale side) on your way to class for some free breakfast eats and beverages and a little time to pray or check-in.
Coffee on Canterbury (TSU), 12-2 pm: Drop by the Einstein’s in the TSU Science Building and grab a bite to eat and a beverage on Canterbury.  Take this time to wind down, to check in with Maria, or to bring some friends and catch up.
Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s (708 Telephone Rd), 7-8:30 pm: Grace Hour is your weekly time to check-in and to explore your faith from the foundation up. Have you ever wanted to get to know the Bible better, but you weren’t quite sure how to go about it?  Join us for dinner on Canterbury.


Wednesdays:
FREE Lunch at the AD Bruce Religion Center (UH), 11:30 am – 1 pm: 
Every week you can depend on FREE lunch at the AD Bruce.  Drop in, make new friends, and eat free.
Houston Canterbury will sponsor lunch on September 19. Let Eileen know if you’d be willing to volunteer to help serve.


Thursdays:
TSU GroupChat in the Student Center, 1-2 pm:  
TSU GroupChat is a weekly small group.  This semester, we will be exploring taboo topics in scripture, which often divide communities.  Be prepared for some challenging conversations and get curious about what the Bible has to say about [insert taboo topic here].

The Skeptics Supper Club, October 4 & 18, 7-8:30 pm: La Madeleine, 10001 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77042
The Skeptics Supper Club is a monthly small group that comes together over dinner to discuss those questions that you might be afraid are too irreverent, too basic, or too out-of-bounds.  Dinner is provided by Canterbury.  Topic: The Jesus of Mystery and the Jesus of History


Fridays:
Ladies’ Night SE, October 5, 7-9 pm: 313 Avenue E, South Houston, TX 77587
Ladies’ Night SE is a group for young women that meets in homes on the southeast side of Houston to learn to do the work of “adulting” together as Christians. At this gathering, our theme will be: Conflict Transformation: Speaking Truth, Respecting the Other’s Dignity. Join us for dinner and discussion at Kimberly’s house. Friends are welcome!

Guys’ Night, October 12, 7-8:30 pm: 4409 Leeland, Houston, TX 77023
This month, Guys’ Night will gather at a new location with better parking. Guys’ Night is a time for us guys to get together to eat, pray and talk. It’s a place to discuss the things that are happening in our lives: the good, the bad, and the everyday stuff.

Ladies’ Night West, October 12, 7-9 pm: 4238 Yupon Ridge Dr., Houston, TX 77072
Ladies’ Night West is a new group for young women that meets in homes on the west side of Houston to learn to do the work of “adulting” together as Christians. At this gathering, our theme will be: Boundaries and Conflict: Living as Strangers, Living Connected. Join us for dinner and discussion at Sylvia’s house as we go deeper into conversation. Friends are welcome!