As a church and as a culture, we are at a time when the questions that the Book of Exodus raises are pertinent. What does it mean to be a stranger in a strange land? What does it mean to leave behind all the things we thought we knew? What does it mean to see our communities change? To carefully consider these questions and the intricate issues that it brings to the fore, we have been holding a comprehensive, seven-month diocesan wide study of the Book of Exodus. We engage in this study in an effort to open ourselves up, as our Bishop Tom Breidenthal says, “to our essential mission of following Jesus into our neighborhoods.”
We began on Sunday, August 27, when both the readings and the preaching focused on Exodus and the first adult forum on Exodus kicks off. Our study will conclude on Saturday, April 7, when Old Testament scholar Terence Fretheim will guide us in reflecting on what we have learned.
Sunday, March 18, 2018
Native American Ministry Council: 2018 Shared Mission Experience in Navajoland
Saturday, April 7, 2018
Diocesan Wide Capstone Event (Venue, TBD)
We will be joined by Old Testament scholar Terence Fretheim as we end the Exodus Project and summarize what we’ve learned.
Sunday, April 22, 2018
On the Road to Liberation
Trip to the Underground Railroad and Freedom Center
Sunday, May 6, 2018
The Joyful Celebration: Food and Culture
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The Volunteer Calendar displays merged entries from calendars of the following ministries:
Altar Guild (monthly)
Chalice Bearers (quarterly)
Flower Guild (quarterly)
Hospitality Guild (quarterly)
Lay Readers (quarterly)
Music Live at Lunch (monthly)
The entries list the individuals who are responsibility for that particular ministry on a given day.