March 8: The Reverend Lonnie Lacy
The Rev’d Lonnie Lacy was calle Church in Tifton, Georgia in 200 as the Episcopal Chaplain at Ge Assistant Rector at Trinity Episc He is a native of the Diocese of priesthood in 2006 after gradu Seminary. Lonnie has been a ch Conference Week for guest wee have two daughters.
March 15: The Reverend Dr. Lauren
Declare a Fast
The prayer book service for Ash Wednesday calls for Lent to be “a season of penitence and fasting.” What does it mean, in our day of high indulgence, to “fast”? When the Hebrew prophet Joel said, “Declare a fast,” how might we respond with what the prayer book calls the “observance of a Holy Lent”? This year’s speakers, renowned for their inspiration and commitment, will help us explore.
Wednesday Lenten Preaching Series 12:30 pm: Noonday Prayer Service in the Cathedral (Lunch
available in Satterlee Hall at noon and after the service for $7) 6:30 pm: Presentation in Satterlee Hall (Supper begins at 5:45 pm. Cost is $7 for adults, $4 for children.) 12
Lauren F. Winner writes and lec of Christianity in America, and J include Girl Meets God, Mudhou religious practice in 18th-centu Faith, Still: Notes on a Mid-Faith research has been supported by Monticello, the Museum of Earl for the Study of Religion at Prin Sacred Music at Yale University. & Ethics Newsweekly” and has s “All Things Considered.” Dr. Win Paul's Episcopal Church in NC, a Duke Divinity School.
March 22: The Reverend Michael Su
The Rev’d Michael Sullivan is pr Kanuga, Michael was the Recto in Atlanta. He is a 1989 graduat law degree from USC and pract his practice, he discerned a call studies at the University of the curate at Church of the Advent, Canon for Mission at Trinity Cath as rector of St. John’s, Lynchbur Windows into the Soul and Wind retreats on art and spirituality. Trustees at the University of the cooking, hiking and writing.
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