All are invited to The Forum on Sundays, 9:30-10:20 a.m., at The Grand
10-14-18 Israeli and Palestinian Conflict in the Holy Land: The Episcopal Church has a long history of responding to these issues. Join the Rev. Mary Luck Stanley to explore the religious, political, and human rights problems that impact this complicated region of the world.
10-21-18 Gratitude & Evangelism, a conversation: Participants will learn how gratitude is an everyday spiritual practice that leads us to share with others what we give thanks for in our lives. We will follow the path of sharing appreciation for one another and St. Paul’s, listening to others for their gratitude. The Rev. Dr. Carol Pinkham Oak is the Program Director of Thriving in Ministry at Virginia Theological Seminary, after serving from 2006-2016 as the Rector of St. John’s Ellicott City.
10-28-18 Aging Gracefully, a panel discussion: “Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength.” – Betty Friedan. Join members of the congregation as they share their journeys of opportunity and strength as they experience, confront and accept the aging process. Time to hear your stories will also be provided. Led by Patricia Quintero-Hall
11-4-18 The Separation of Church & State: Join the Rev. Dr. Chris Dreisbach, who is an Episcopal Priest, and a Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins, for a discussion about the principles of the constitution and religious freedom in America. In what ways it is permissible for churches to get involved in political issues? How do we balance religious freedom with communal responsibility?
11-11-18 Faith Stories, a panel discussion: Come listen to members of the congregation talk about how God and this congregation has made a difference in the lives. Let this panel of parishioners inspire and strengthen your faith. The Rev. Mark Stanley will oversee this presentation.