Our class will gather for lunch together right after class in Fondren Hall. Please sign up if you plan to come so we make sure to get enough food!
There is no charge for this. It is a time for getting to know others who attend Ordinary Life and to build community.
Concept of the Divine series provides a unique opportunity for speakers to share how their personal concept of the Divine has changed over time and shaped their lives, their service to the community, and views about their place in the cosmos. As an organization committed to interfaith dialogue and engagement, this series offers an excellent opportunity to hear from people representing diverse faith communities and other sectors of society about this important topic.
To learn more about this event and to register, click here.
Michael Dowd will be the next Kerley Endowment Speaker.
To learn more about this amazing speaker, click here.
To watch a video on a TED Talk that summarizes what he will be talking about, click here.
Registration for this event is not yet open but notifications will be sent to the Ordinary Life e-mail list as soon as it is. Like the event with Ilia Delio, this event will "sell out." Stay tuned.
Brown Bag Lunch
Build Community Of Women Within Ordinary Life
To Have Meaningful Conversations About Topics Relevant to Our Spiritual Journey
Put Faith Into Action By Sponsoring/Implementing Community Service Projects
We will meet in Room 204 in the Jones Building
At this meeting there will be a conversation with Phyllis Brockemeyer and The Rev. Andrew Wolf about how St. Paul's assists people in planning for and arranging funeral and memorial services. An event of special mean as Phyllis will be retiring from St. Paul's at the end of this month.
Look forward to seeing all of you!