This Thursday we commemorate Faith and Justice through the Civil Rights Movement
This week we will have a special liturgy with voices from scripture and the civil rights movement. The service will be at 7pm in Lion’s Hall at St. Mark’s. Afterwards there will be dinner and our continued discussion of Harry Potter and the Sacred Text.
Things are going fast around campus and finals will be here before you know it. So take a moment to stop by St. Mark’s on Thursday evenings for candles and chant at 7 PM. Find a little peace in your week. Following around 7:45 we have dinner and our Harry Potter and the Sacred Text Discussion. This week’s we are looking at chapters 6&7 through the lens of courage. To learn more about this click here.
CALEPISCOPAL – WHO ARE WE?
Cal Episcopal is many things. We offer a spiritual home to students from, or interested in, the Episcopal and Anglican Tradition. We are also a center dedicated to serving as a bridge of critical inquiry between the academic life and the spiritual life. The idea of the university was born from the understanding that the human mind was a divine gift created for exploration and contemplation. We continue that tradition.
We also offer a place for spiritual growth. Many people associate Christianity with judgment and ignorance. The Episcopal Church is a welcoming place – regardless of gender or sexual identity, race, class – we try to be open.
Explore our page to learn more about our activities and where you might find a place. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Get in touch, help us make room for your own journey.
Go forth into the world in peace; be of good courage; hold fast that which is good; render to no one evil for evil; strengthen the fainthearted; support the weak; help the afflicted; honor everyone; love and serve the Lord, rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit.
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