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Join us in the Great Hall on most Sundays during the program year (early September through early June), for presentations that stimulate our imagination about living the Christian life in this community, in today’s changing world. Presentations by the rector and lay leaders are formative for our life as active members of the parish, and we also invite distinguished outside speakers to challenge us on a wide range of current issues. Forums include time for discussion.
All Sunday Forums take place 10:15-11:05 am in the Great Hall unless otherwise noted.
May 1: St. Columba's Bible Study Ministry
Ken Valentine and the Bible Study Ministry team will join us to discuss how the Sunday Adult Bible Study functions, a little of their history and how this ministry relates to St Columba's overall mission. Come engage in a discussion of this week's readings!
May 8: "The Holy Spirit: Advocate of Diversity"
The Rev. Martin Smith will discuss an important aspect of the work of the Holy Spirit: the support of difference and distinctness, mutuality as opposed to uniformity. The Christian mystery even dares to affirm there is real difference and reciprocity within the very being of God. Come learn more!
May 15: The Refugee Response Forum
The Refugee Response ministry team will acquaint us with St. C's exciting new ministry and the vital mission they will undertake, assisting and befriending a family resettling in the Washington area this fall. In this special adult Sunday Forum, members of the Refugee Response committee will discuss the many aspects of this all-parish project and how everyone can get involved. Many hands and hearts will be needed to help.
May 22: The Bishop Walker School Turns Eight!
James Woody, BWS executive director and president, will join us to discuss the school, its mission, challenge and exciting future. Learn how you can help further its educational mission.
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Contact: The Rev. Dr. Peter Antoci
Photo: Wayne C. Fowler