The lawyers are coming!!
The lawyers are coming!
Why, to talk about the Biblical origins of our laws. Tony Safi and David Bernard will discuss those origins, as well as recent departures from them.
January 27, 2020 - Mayfield Room
Fr John Dixon Celebrates Holy Communion Hope
at 10:30. (Due to MLK Day, not the 3rd Monday)
Please bring a friend &/or a winter-wonder covered dish. All are welcome to join in the discussion!
CLEMENTS & CLEMENTINES All are invited! November 18,'19 in the Mayfield Room at 11 AM Jody Schwartz & Nancy Howell will present the fourth bronze monument in
presents JODY SWARTZ &
NANCY HOWELL on The XII Travelers Memorial of the Southwest Series:
“Benito Juarez -
Child to Man”
This historical project for our city and region was created over 20 years ago by the sculptor, the late John Houser & continues today with his highly talented son, Ethan Houser.The mission of the XII Travelers board celebrates our region's rich history with monumental bronze statues commemorating the diverse men & women who traveled through the Pass of the North over the past five centuries.
A bright & buoyant Communion Service by our beloved Fr. John Dixon 10:30 AM usually precedes our guest speakers. A loving staff-prepared Thanksgiving Turkey luncheon will follow around noon.
So, bring a friend &/or a Thanksgiving themed covered dish.
This was a delightful time! Click still for a short video: The Lutherans honor Martin Luther, the Presbyterians John Calvin, the Methodists John Wesley, and the Moravians Jan Huss. Why not honor the heroes of the English Reformation! John Wycliff, Thomas Cramer, Hugh Latimer, and Nicholas Bidley. And Ann Askew! Many of them gave their lives that we could have the Bible and worship in English and know that we are saved by grace and share in the Cup at Holy Communion. Did you know that the Reformation in England began in a tavern? That Thomas Crammer, the Archbishop of Canterbury, hid his wife in a trunk? That Henry the Eighth was not a Protestant and won an award from the Pope? That Fr. Dixon is descended from a married priest who was burned at the stake in front of his wife and ten children? Well, we enjoyed an earful!
A passionate and dedicated wildlife rehabilitator of
birds, waterfowl and wild mammals, Julie Ito will
share some of her favorite experiences and memories
helping wildlife be free. With veterinarian help, sometimes they find forever homes for rescued animals or are able to reintroduce them back into their natural habitat.
Lively communion with Fr John Dixon 10:30 prior to our
guest speaker at 10:50. Followed by our happy covered dish
at noon. Bring a friend and/or a winter dish.
Monday January 21 in the Mayfield Room 10:30 - 1:15.