Events in the Wider Community
Celtic and Nordic Worship Services
Sunday Evenings at Pilgrim Lutheran Church
Celtic Contemplative Worship and Nordic Contemplative Evening Prayer are mainstays of Pilgrim’s Saint Clair Sunday Evening worship and events. These candlelight services, held from early fall until late spring each year, open doors to worship that embrace cultures and times beyond our own, feature vocalizations and acoustic music evocative of each theme, and highlight scripture and historic and contemporary poetry and prose.
All Sunday evening services are at 6:51 pm at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, 1935 St. Clair Ave., St. Paul. For more information, go to www.pilgrimstpaul.org, or call 651-699-6886
More information; Updated Fall 2015 Schedules coming soon!
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The Feast of Mary Magdalene
Mary Magdalene is the apostle to the apostles, not a prostitute. She is the witness to Jesus’ death and resurrection in all four gospels. Women and men all over the U.S. celebrate her feast, praying for full acceptance of women’s place and gifts in the Church. We will pray, sing, listen to the gospels, and bless each other with spices. We will use a FutureChurch prayer service.
July 22, 7:30 am
Gather near outdoor labyrinth at Carondelet Center; if raining, please meet in G-1 at the Carondelet Center. Planners: Mary Kaye Medinger & Joan Mitchell, CSJ.
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Spirituality & Addiction: A Path toward Sacred Connection
St. Catherine University
The MA in Theology Program at St. Catherine University invites you to an evening presention and conversation--Spirituality and Addiction: A Path toward Sacred Connection.
Presenter JoAnn Campbell-Rice, July 13, 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Whitby Hall Classroom WH 204b
Free & open to the public | More Info & Program Flyer
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Voices on the River: The Meanings of Water
A unique evening of multi-faith learning on the Mississippi River
Sunday, August 9, 2015, 4:00 - 7:00 pm | $36.00/registrant
Water is the essence of life and a powerful, universal spiritual symbol. Join us as we engage in discussion, text study and exploration of the centrality of water to both our physical and spiritual lives; from the perspective of various religious, environmental and spiritual practices. Our learning will be held on a three hour riverboat ride. Vegetarian snacks will be provided. Boarding 3:30 at Padelford Landing near Harriet Island in St. Paul. Payments can be made before boarding.
Sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning
Supported by: Hineni: A Center for Adult Jewish Learning and Contemplative Practices; Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality: A Ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet; Mount Zion Congregation
Ramona Kitto Stately, Member Santee Sioux Nation, Artist, Dakota Educator
Ken Keiyu Ford, Lay Teacher, Clouds in Water Zen Center
Camille J. Gage, musician, artist and activist
Rev. Dr. John Marboe, Pastor, Humanities Professor and Laborer
Rabbi Sharon Stiefel, Mayim Rabim Congregation and Sholom Johnson Hospice
Rabbi Alan Shavit-Lonstein, Artisan Rabbi, Staff at Hineni, Apple Specialist