We will join with the student group at First Presbyterian (Channing between Dana and Telegraph) in their courtyard for a welcome back cookout and for some information on study programs for the year. This will be Wednesday from 6-8PM. No cost. Please contact me for more information. Are you new Continue Reading
Consider joining in with one of the local parishes for worship. The power of Easter is fully felt when you walk the steps of Jesus’s last week. We will not gather Sunday (the end of Spring Break) but get in touch if you are interested in joining our penultimate Lenten Continue Reading
It is a strange time—as you’re doubtless aware—to be starting a new semester. Especially for those in your first year! It is our hope to try and provide community, regardless of whether it’s in person or online, and to be a touchstone of peace and support during your time at Continue Reading
At 7 we will watch the Good Place on Netflix Party and then have compline on zoom. Get in touch for the compline link.
Join us on zoom at noon for a conversation with Dr. Travis Stevens about mysticism, hope, and our present time. Get in touch for a link.
Join us at noon for our zoom conversation on surveillance, technology, and pandemic with Dr. Eric Stoddart of the University of St Andrews. To get the zoom link, send an email.
We will watch episodes 11,12,13 of season 1 tonight and chat about them on Netflix Party. You need to download the extension for Netflix party on google chrome. Afterwards we will have compline on zoom. Get in touch through our contact page for more information. A few thoughts about our Continue Reading
Each Tuesday at 7 pm we are engaging with one of the brief saying of the Desert Monastics. Their practice of social distancing feels very helpful as a guide for us now. Following the conversation we say Evening Prayer together. The services take place through zoom. Get in touch via Continue Reading
Episcopal Chaplain Tom Poynor joins renowned Muslim scholar Abdullah Antepli and Rabbi Daniel Bortz in a conversation about faith and resilience in this time. The panel is hosted by the Berkeley Interfaith Action Initiative. Learn more at the facebook event.
St. Thomas Episcopal in New York has posted their performance of the St. John Passion. To listen to part 1 click here. To listen/watch part 2 click here. For the text in German and English click here. We have prepared some texts for meditating on these performance with musical and Continue Reading