To Err May Be Human; Acknowledging Our Failures Is The Challenge
Lou will invite our congregation to join him in exploring the difficult spiritual practice of confessing our sins as a means for social redemption and healing. He will explore the value the Christian religious tradition has placed on the notion that one’s ability to acknowledge our failures and mistakes is essential to obtaining forgiveness and … Continued
- Developing Spiritual Practice with Children – DRE Corinna Whiteaker-Lewis
When people have asked me if I pray or meditate, I have long said “ummm…making a to-do list is my form of meditation.” And that ...
- Minister’s Mind – What is a Community of Perseverance?
Although I have had the same experience in many choral groups, I credit Michael Moore for this story that introduces an element of the meaning ...
- Resolution vs Intention – DRE Corinna Whiteaker-Lewis
Lose Weight….Exercise More….Save More Money: these all sound familiar, right? New Year’s resolutions often revolve around banishing poor habits and establishing better ones. But one ...
- Minister’s Mind – What Does It Mean To Be A People of Intention?
For more than 25 years, I participated a couple times a month in a Men’s Group consisting of 5 ordinary men who gathered to co-create ...
- Where Hope Comes From – DRE Corinna Whiteaker-Lewis
For some strange reason, unbeknownst to me or anyone else, I have decided that now, in the middle of the busy holiday season, is a ...
- Minister’s Mind – ‘Tis the Season of Giving and Receiving
I was raised by parents, teachers and others who were all born before the Great Depression and if they had a common piece of advice ...
- Super event man
Our book for discussion on February 22nd, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., is A Column of Fire by Ken Follett. It is the final book of a widely acclaimed
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
113 Huntsville Cove Georgetown TX 78633
PFLAG Support Meeting in the Community Room of Independent Bank, 1503 Rivery Blvd., Georgetown. Let’s join together in support of our LGBTQ+ participants, families and friends to entertain questions, discuss opportunities
PFLAG Support Meeting in the Community Room of Independent Bank, 1503 Rivery Blvd., Georgetown.
Let’s join together in support of our LGBTQ+ participants, families and friends to entertain questions, discuss opportunities for education and advocacy and lift up our diversity in a spirit of unity.
(Monday) 6:45 pm - 8:30 pm
Community Room of Independent Bank
1503 Rivery Blvd Georgetown TX
Rev. Mark Skrabaczmarkskrabacz@hotmail.com
Tuesday February 27th 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the Lois Perkins Chapel at Southwestern University Naming the Forgotten is a Theatrical Memorial Celebration in the style of last year's "Sending the Slaves
Tuesday February 27th 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Lois Perkins Chapel at Southwestern University
Naming the Forgotten is a Theatrical Memorial Celebration in the style of last year’s “Sending the Slaves Home” ceremony which memorialized 50 Williamson County slaves, and will be greatly expanded to include the Forgotten unnamed persons of all of the genocides and holocausts worldwide.
Co-created by Kenneth Witherspoon, who served as Emcee for last year’s “Sending the Slaves Home” collaborative Memorial Ceremony. This year’s collaborative Memorial Celebration will serve as a culmination of local events during Black History Month. Other co-creators include the Rev. Megan Danner, Southwestern University’s Chaplain and Director of Spiritual and Religious Life, Southwestern University’s Coalition for Diversity and Social Justice, in concert with Clergy from Multi-Faith Traditions. Music will be provided by “Celebration”, a group of professional singers who serve as the Music Ministry for Unity Church of the Hills under the direction of Ms. Susan Heinrichs.
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
1001 E University Ave, Georgetown, TX 78626
Rev. Mark Skrabaczmarkskrabacz@hotmail.com
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