A New Saint Mark’s program exploring the Church, faith, and spirituality
THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH VIA ZOOM: APRIL 18, MAY 16, JUNE 20, 12:30–2 P.M.
Mark your calendars and join Cathedral clergy via Zoom for a DEEPER DIVE into the ways the Episcopal Church worships, the way we practice and grow in faith, and the ways we experience and evolve in Spirit – with time for learning, questions, and discussion together
JUNE 20: Who Do You Say that I Am? Christology in Daily Life with Canon Jennifer King Daugherty
Over time and across cultures, faithful people have understood Jesus the Christ in different, life-giving ways. Canon Daugherty will discuss some of these traditions, then lead the group in exploring how our experience of pandemic has impacted our answer to Jesus’ question, “Who do you say that I am?”
Canon Daugherty recommends reading these two articles in advance of her presentation:
- "How Christians Interpret the Gospel" from Mythmakers: Gospel, Culture, and the Media by William F. Fore
- "The Good, the True, and the Beautiful" from Jesus Through the Centuries by Jaroslav Pelikan
PAST OFFERING: APRIL 18: The Meaning of Sacrifice with Dean Steve Thomason
Dean Steve Thomason began the series with a discussion on April 18 exploring the meaning of sacrifice, both historically and in our own lives. The Dean recommends these two articles: God Does Not Demand Blood: the Cross and Divine Charity by Daniel M. Bell, Jr. and Scapegoating and the Cross by Richard Rohr (click the titles to download a pdf).
PAST OFFERING: MAY 16: The Breath of God with Canon Nancy Ross
On May 16 Canon Ross will present on the gift of the Holy Spirit, from the ancient church to discerning the movement of the Spirit in our lives, in our times. Breath? Advocate? Fire? Wind? Prayer? What is the Spirit up to? Register in advance here.