Faith: In Literature, Music, and Film
Summer Sunday Class
June 2 - August 11
10 a.m. | Saint Michael Chapel (unless otherwise noted)
Join us beginning June 2 at 10 a.m. in the Saint Michael Chapel for our summer Sunday class, "Faith: Literature, Music, and Film." Each week, a member of the clergy or a popular lay leader will explore an item of popular culture and draw connections between its themes and our faith. All ages are welcome to attend.
Sunday, June 2
"Science and Sacrifice: The Theology of Interstellar"
The Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Girata
Sunday, June 9
"Hope Unexpected" On Faith: Lessons from an American Believer a book by Antonin Scalia
The Rev. Greg Pickens
Sunday, June 16
"Christian Imagery in The Lord of the Rings"
The Rev. Dr. Eric J. Liles
Sunday, June 23
"The Music of U2"
The Rev. Bob Johnston
Sunday, June 30
No Class - Pie for the 4th of July
Sunday, July 7
"Love Your Neighbor" using A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
Dr. Elizabeth Lang
Sunday, July 14
No Class - Mission & Outreach Sunday at Austin Street Center
Sunday, July 21
"Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather"
The Rev. Mary Lessmann
Sunday, July 28
"Forgiveness: The Eagles' 'The Heart of the Matter'"
The Rev. Canon René Somodevilla
Sunday, August 4
"Keeping Faith with the Earth: The Poems of Wendell Berry"
The Rev. Ken Brannon
Sunday, August 11
"The Great Gatsby at 100 (Almost): Comedy or Tragedy? Irony or Love Story? Or just a Faith Tale?"
The Rev. Tom Blackmon