Canterbury this Week: March 6-12

Thanks to all who joined us for the launch of a brand new student-centered community of worship at St. Luke the Evangelist, located on Wheeler between TSU and UH!
17155180_393286894379508_7007508937236144364_nWe were blessed by our outstanding musicians, Ashton Jones and Sara Brannon, and by the presence of the Abundant Harvest team, who brought us an amazing meal and lots of food to take home.  In this picture, Molly Carr, the Harvest Truck Missioner, explains to us what their ministry is all about.  Check them out here: http://www.harvesttruck.org/.  The Abundant Harvest truck will be back on Sunday, April 2, so tell your friends.

Tuesday, March 7:
12-1 pm, Day of Remembrance Service in the Chapel of the AD Bruce Religion Center
The Annual Campus Memorial Service in honor of all UH students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends who have passed away in the past year.
7-8:30 pm, Grace Hour at Bohemeo’s
Abraham – The followers of three world religions claim to be descendants of Abraham and inheritors of God’s promises to him. We will take a look at how Abraham’s story has been filtered through our Christian scriptures. And yes, you will have a chance to ask about some of the sketchy stories about the great patriarch. Dinner is on Canterbury.

Wednesday, March 8
11:30-1 pm FREE LUNCH in the Atrium of the AD Bruce
12:15-12:50 pm, Eucharist in the Meditation Chapel on the 2nd floor of the AD Bruce
This week, Canterbury is in charge of the eucharist.  Come for a respite in the middle of your week!

Saturday, March 11
6:30-8 pm, Canterbury in the Community at DOT Coffee Shop
Faithful advocacy – How are our faith and politics connected?  This Saturday, we will essentially have a house meeting at DOT on the east side to discuss how our faith might inform our response to the events of the day.  What spiritual resources can make you a more reliable and resilient advocate in your own community?  Dinner is on Canterbury.  Bring a friend.

Sunday, March 12
Bread in the Wilderness at St. Luke the Evangelist
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