Lenten Potluck & Program
6-7:30pm, Wednesday nights during Lent
Our theme this year is Living a Spiritual Life in a Secular World. Each Wednesday, a different speaker will speak about a secular place where spiritual life thrives or discuss a secular concern where spiritual choices matter.You are invited to join us.
At 6pm, we join in the parish hall for a potluck supper. We supply the entrée, you bring a salad or a dessert. At 6:45pm, our speaker will begin the program which will run from 6:45pm to 7:30pm.
March 13 “Finding Sacred Meaning in Secular Words: The Poetry of Mary Oliver”
The Reverend Margaret Schwarzer, Associate Rector
March 20 “Helping Children Build Strong Values in an Anxious Age”
Professor Dr. Robert Evans, clinical and organizational psychologist and the Executive Director of The Human Relations Service in Wellesley (babysitting will be provided)
March 27 “Redeeming Capitalism”
Professor Kenneth J. Barnes, Mockler-Phillips Chair in Workplace Theology and Business Ethics, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
April 3 “Holy Grounds: The Surprising Connection Between Coffee and Faith — From Dancing Goats to Satan’s Drink”
The Reverend Tim Schenck, Rector, St. John’s, Hingham, avid coffee drinker, and published author
April 10 “A Jewish Perspective on Spiritual Life in a Secular World”
Rabbi Rachel Saphire, Associate Rabbi, Temple Beth Elohim