Spiritual Growth for Adults

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Social Justice Ministry: Race and Faith

The Social Justice Ministry is pleased to announce the upcoming program being brought to the Cathedral beginning this Epiphany. Please join us and our guest speaker, The Rev. Dr. Craig D. Townsend, Historian in Residence for Racial Justice, The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island.

The program will take place on 5 Wednesday evenings for the following adult education event: Race and Faith. Our faith in an incarnate God of love gives us both opportunity and responsibility to revisit our nation and church’s history, and think together about how we can work for repentance, reconciliation, and a more just future. The dates for this event are: January 12, 19, 26 and February 9 and 23 from 7:30 - 8:30. Register here.

Participants are asked to commit to attend all five sessions and complete the require reading before each session. Any questions, please email SocialJustice@incarnationgc.org

Discovery: Stage II of the Catechumenate Process

Discovery: a process to tell the stories of our life, our faith, our church and our community

Our identity is dependent on having a story that tells us who we are. Our understanding of life's meaning and purpose is dependent on having a story that tells us what the world is like and where we are going. To be a community of faith, we must be a people with a story: a common memory and vision, common rituals or symbolic actions expressive of our community's memory and vision, and a common life together that manifests our community's memory and vision.

Excerpt from: Living Faithfully as a Prayer Book People, John H. Westerhoff

Discovery is an opportunity to have a conversation about faith, prayer, scripture, spirituality, and what it means to be a Christian in today's world, in an atmosphere of hospitality. Participation in Discovery can also lead to Reception into the Episcopal Church, Baptism or Confirmation at the Easter Vigil.

Our conversation begins this Wednesday, January 12th from 7:00pm until 8:00pm on Zoom and continues each Wednesday evening through February 2nd.

If you are interested in joining the conversation register on Realm or if want more information, please email our Cathedral Vicar at mdelaney@incarnationgc.org

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Center for Spiritual Imagination: First Tuesdays

First Tuesday of the Month at 7pm, beginning September

Each month we will engage in a conversation with some of the leading voices of contemplative spirituality. These dialogues will deeply inform the ways in which we apply our practice of contemplative prayer to respond to the social and ecological challenges facing our world. Our first speaker will be The Rev. Pamela Conrad to speak about the spirituality of exploration. Mother Pamela is an Episcopal Priest and an Engineer on the Mars Rover.

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Each month we will engage in a conversation with some of the leading voices of contemplative spirituality. These dialogues will deeply inform the ways in which we apply our practice of contemplative prayer to respond to the social and ecological challenges facing our world. Our first speaker will be The Rev. Pamela Conrad to speak about the spirituality of exploration. Mother Pamela is an Episcopal Priest and an Engineer on the Mars Rover.

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