Canterbury this Week: Oct 30 – Nov 5

CANTERBURY THIS WEEK

 Tuesday, October 31, 7:00 – 8:30 pm: Grace Hour at St. Luke the Evangelist
3530 Wheeler Ave, Houston, TX 77004

On Halloween, we will take our Bohemeo’s study over to St. Luke the Evangelist (3530 Wheeler Ave, Houston 77002) to avoid crowds and chaos.  Join us as we take a look at some of the spookier passages in scripture.

Wednesday, November 1 at UH Main
FREE Lunch at the AD Bruce: 11:30-1
Common Worship in the Meditation Chapel on the 2nd Floor of the AD Bruce: 12:15-12:45 
This week, we will be celebrating the Feast Day of All Saints with our Lutheran friends.

Thursday, November 2
Office Hours at San Jacinto Central including Coffee on Canterbury at Barnes and Noble
Fall 2017 Interfaith Ministries Dinner Dialogues, 6:30-9:30 pm
3303 Main St, Houston, TX 77002
Interfaith Ministries Dinner Dialogues offer a chance to build a stronger community through conversation across religious difference.  The theme for this fall’s dialogue is “The Strength of Shared Spirit,” something we have certainly been discovering in the aftermath of Harvey.  If you are interested and able to attend, tickets are $20.  Houston Canterbury will cover the cost of your ticket if you commit to attend.  Talk to Eileen.

Sunday, November 5, The Gathering at St. Luke the Evangelist
6:30-8:30 pm at 3530 Wheeler Ave.

Mark your calendars:
Nov 11, 9 am – 12 pm: Operation Fearless – Working for Healthy Communities Together
or
Nov 11, 8:30 am – 1 pm: Harvey Financial Recovery Boot Camp
Pre-register because spaces are limited.  This free event sponsored by Bauer Business School will be held in Cemo Hall at UH (4746 Calhoun Rd).  Participants will receive no-cost guidance from experts in a variety of fields about how to get on the road to financial recovery.  Experts in the areas of finance, tax, real estate, and legal issues will be present.

January 26-28: College Retreat at Camp Allen

For more information about the Houston Canterbury community, check out our website: uhcanterbury.org or our Facebook page (Houston Canterbury).


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