L & L June 2021
with Canon Michael Delaney
The Rev Michael Delaney, Vicar of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, will lead an exploration of our experience of the sacramental life of our Church and the ways in which we have been changed and how these changes are made manifest in the world.
Thursdays, June 10, 17, and 24
Noon - 1:00 p.m
Featured Video: Mercer School of Theology
Annual Capon Lecture
The Rev. Canon Bruce D. Griffith. Th.D., Honorary Canon is Residence at the Cathedral, gives a lecture on his recently published book, Grace and Incarnation: The Oxford Movement's Shaping of the Character of Modern Anglicanism for the George Mercer's Annual Capon Lecture. Click the video to enjoy the replay. Thank you Rev. Canon Bruce Griffith.
SAFE CHURCH UPDATE
AN UPDATE ON OUR UPCOMING SAFE CHURCH TRAINING
All in-person Safe Church dates are cancelled until further notice.
This fever, also called Spring Disease, was an actual illness which occurred when people suffered a nutrient and vitamin C deficiency from the lack of fresh fruits and vegetables in their long winter diet. We no longer worry about scurvy as we are blessed with limes, lemons, oranges, and apples year-round. Now, as we still socially distance, we may be looking for activities to pass the time ‘til warmer brighter days. Mercer offers several cures!
As you munch on your fruits and vegetables at lunchtime this April, the Mercer School offers an entertaining opportunity for learning! Rev. Dr. Charles K. Robertson, Canon to the Presiding Bishop will present a virtual Eastertide series on “Viewing the Gospel of Paul Through A Detective’s Lens”.
Paul’s Letters are intricate messages which Cn Robertson dissects for their themes, personal greetings, structures, and more. Like previous Lunch & Learn programs there is no fee to attend and we invite you to register via the link below by March 31st.
The Mercer School is currently engaged in the 10-week virtual offering, Sacred Ground, a racism awareness dialog series using history, readings and reflections which have shaped the collective American story. Sponsored by the Trustees of the Mercer School, this program has received tremendous enthusiasm and participation across the diocese. Many church members are using the remaining weeks of winter and early spring to work together in this effort.
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1. Click on Programs & Events Tab at top of this page. Scroll through the headings to find events of interest. The online system should send a confirmation to your email address.
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3. Find your event by date on the Google calendar located on the left side of this page. Click on the event and click on the Register tab located at the end of the description. Follow the instructions to register online. The online system should send a confirmation to your email address.
4. Register by telephone or email, contact the Mercer Office at 516 248-4800 Ext 140. or email@example.com.
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