CANTERBURY THIS WEEK
Monday, January 14: DAY 1 for UH, UHD, San Jacinto, and HCC
If you are on campus at UH, swing by the Canterbury Suite on the second floor of the AD Bruce Religion Center between 9 am and 4 pm for caffeine, snacks, and a quick check-in.
Tuesday, January 15
9:00 – 11:00 am: Eat. Pray. Go. at UH in the Canterbury Suite on the second floor of the AD Bruce Religion Center. Stop to chat or pray about new beginnings. Go away ready to take on the day.
7-8:30 pm: Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s (708 Telephone Rd Suite E) Have you ever wanted to get to know scripture better but felt like you didn’t know where to start? Join us at Grace Hour this semester on Tuesday nights for free dinner and food for the soul.
Wednesday, January 16
11:30-1:00 pm: FREE Lunch at the AD Bruce Religion Center (UH)
Canterbury will be sponsoring the first FREE Lunch of the semester. Drop in for food and conversation, or volunteer to help out! To volunteer, contact email@example.com.
Friday, January 18
7-9 pm, Ladies’ Night West: 5429 Edith St, Houston, TX 77096
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: Women, Marriage, and the Bible. Join us for dinner and discussion at Maria’s house as we go deeper into conversation. Friends are welcome!
Sign up for College Retreat by January 18!
Registration for the 2019 Episcopal College Retreat is OPEN.
This retreat is a great opportunity for you to relax, be challenged, pray, and meet students from all over. If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Sunday, January 20
6:30-8:30 pm, The Gathering at St. Luke, 3530 Wheeler, 77004
Join us for a celebration honoring the legacy of MLK, Jr., dinner and discussion about the upcoming staff transition.
Monday, January 21
11 am – 2 pm: Meet Me at The Labyrinth – MLK Day Celebration
Meetup Spot: 1407 Valentine, Houston, Texas 77019
Take some time on your day off from school to really celebrate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and to think about how you might be called into the same mission of liberation in your own context. We will join with others in the community to give thanksgiving for the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a prayer walk on the Freedmen’s Town labyrinth, followed by a visit to the Gregory School Museum (two blocks away from the labyrinth) and a late lunch at Reggae Hut (814 Almeda Rd, Houston, TX 77004). Houston Canterbury will pick up the cost of lunch for student participants.