Saint Michael’s Adult Formation is committed to offering workshop presentations to the community featuring nationally recognized experts addressing current topics at the intersection of our faith and culture. CLICK HERE to see videos from past presentations, and CLICK HERE for audio recordings.

 

In memory of one of our former rectors at Saint Michael and All Angels, the Robert E. Ratelle lecture was established in 2004. Fr. Ratelle was deeply interested in biblical theology and ethics and encouraged bringing speakers to Saint Michael who can make these topics relevant to faithful daily Christian living. We invite you to mark your calendar for the entire lecture series. We look forward to seeing you!

Amy Jill LevineThis year, the Distinguished Lectures are proud to welcome Dr Amy Jill Levine, University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies and E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies at Vanderbilt University, as a visiting scholar.

Dr. Levine will come to Saint Michael three times during the year addressing the theme of
BIBLICAL TALES OF COMMUNITY: IDENTITY, CONVERSATION, AND ENGAGEMENT

Our faith establishes our identity as children of God.
Our faith calls us to respond to others, recognizing them as children of God.
Our faith challenges us to interact with all of God’s creation in a particular way.

Online registration is now closed. If you plan to attend please bring cash or check with you when you check in at the door.

Reservations are requested for the two Saturday lectures each weekend at $10 per person. Consult the Sunday school schedule for her Sunday talks, which are free of charge.

 

April 1, 2017

“Let Us Go Forth Into the World”

9:15 am

When We Leave Home: The Descents and Ascents of Joseph

10:30 am

When Worlds Collide: Joshua and Rahab

April 2, 2017

“Let Us Go Forth Into the World”

10:00 am

When the World Is Next Door: Jesus and the Samaritan Woman