Tuesday, August 11, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Using Your Voice for Good with Joni D. Goodman
In this signature series, Interfaith Ministries brings together people of different faiths to discuss topics of mutual interest over a shared meal. In the time of COVID-19, these dinners have been hosted via Zoom.
For more info and to register, please contact Kim Mabry.
Tuesday, August 18, 6:00 p.m.
The Blue Mosque/The Dialogue Institute and Christ the King members and friends continue to join together for study and conversation on parallel texts from the Bible and the Qur’an. All are welcome to participate. “Bring your own dinner” if you’d like while we share online. To participate, please email Cheryl Gaspard and she will send the zoom link and passcode, as well as the appointed texts for conversation.
Friday Morning Bible Study
Fridays at 10:15 am
Readings for 8-9-2020
All are invited to Friday Morning Bible Study online for Bible Study and prayer beginning at 10:15 a.m., and we finish approximately 11:40 a.m. We read the texts assigned for the Sunday liturgy and prepare ourselves for the encounter with the living Lord who promises to be with us in word and sacrament. No need to pre-register, simply join us!
If you do expect to participate, please let Cheryl Gaspard know at email@example.com
Come join us Sunday mornings at ten with a cup of coffee and “get lectured” on good books!
Look for the zoom link in your Sunday morning email.
Contact the church office if you are not receiving our Thursday evening and Sunday morning e-blasts.
August 16 Terri Bourne presents:
The Lost Art of Scripture: Rescuing the Sacred Texts by Karen Armstrong Continue reading
The Wonders of Harvester Ants
Sunday, July 26, at 6:00 p.m., online
In arid grasslands and deserts throughout North and South America, the most abundant insects are harvester ants. These large and conspicuous ant species feed on seeds, which they harvest directly from plants and store in their nests. Unlike most species of ants, members of a single colony are not closely related to each other; each colony is genetically diverse. Join Professor Diane Wiernasz of the University of Houston as she discusses how the harvester ant life cycle is an adaptation to the harsh conditions of the desert, how these ants affect the abundance and distribution of plant communities, and the sometimes surprising consequences of colony genetic variation. Come wonder at harvester ants! Please register for this talk. Contact Lisa Brenskelle with any questions.