Monthly Archives: March 2017

Fierce Conversations

May 21 in the Christie House Library Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to expand and enrich conversations … Read more

Fierce Conversations

May 14 & 21 in the Christie House Library Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to expand and … Read more

Fierce Conversations

April 30, May 14 & 21 in the Christie House Library Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to … Read more

Fierce Conversations

April 23, 30, May 14 & 21 Thom Cole, The Rev. Todd Foster, The Rev. Kate Wesch In these divided and divisive times, are you seeking to overcome barriers to meaningful communication? Would you like to expand and enrich conversations … Read more

The Politics of Islamic Mysticism 

Ali Altaf Mian, Assistant Professor of Islamic studies, Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Seattle University Does mystical experience have social and political significance? This presentation sheds light on the basic themes of Sufism, or “Islamic Mysticism.” It focuses particularly … Read more

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Bach: The Master of the Musical Sermon

Jim MacLean Johann Sebastian Bach was an innovator, a grand master of musical compositional technique, and of particular interest to this community, a wonderful contributor to the devotional music of the Christian faith. The discussion will involve general biographical features, a … Read more

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Roots of Islam in America

Fouzi Husaini, Islamic Speakers Bureau Most Americans are unaware of the long history of Muslims in the United States. This presentation remedies that lack, depicting the substantial, documented presence of Muslims among enslaved Africans in the Americas, describing both the … Read more

Evening Prayer

5:30 pm According to The Book of Common Prayer, “The Holy Eucharist, the principal act of Christian worship on the Lord’s Day…and Daily Morning and Evening Prayer, as set forth in this book, are the regular services appointed for public … Read more