Canterbury in the Community (CiC) is open to all Houston-area college students, grad students, and even those who are in between degrees. Our mission is to form communities where young adults from various backgrounds can support each other, ask challenging questions, pray together, and grow in faith and understanding.
Regular Gatherings in the Greater Houston Community
Ladies’ Night, 7-8:30 pm (check the calendar for locations)
In Winter/Spring 2019, Ladies’ Night will be happening in homes on the southeast side of town and on the west side of town. Ladies’ Night is a small group for young women who desire to strengthen and pray for each other and to learn to lead in their own communities. Last fall, we will took a deep look at Brené Brown’s book Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone. This spring, we will be spending time with the ladies of scripture, seeking to hear their voices and talking about what it means to be a follower of Jesus in our own time and context.
Ladies’ Night will gather on the SE side on February 1, March 1, and April 5.
Ladies’ Night will gather on the west side on January 18, February 8, March 22, and April 12.
The Skeptics Supper Club, 7-8:30 pm
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. Skeptics meets on the west side in one of the back rooms at La Madeleine (10001 Westheimer). Dinner is provided by Canterbury.
Winter/Spring Dates: January 10 (with Rev. Eileen), January 31 (with Rev. Eileen), February 28 (with Jason Evans), March 28, April 25