The March 26 event will take place online only via livestream here.
We live in an age of widespread violence--physical, verbal and spiritual. How are people of faith called to respond to, resist and reverse the scourge of violence in our times? What does Christ call us to do and be, individually and together as the church? This Lent, the annual preaching series at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston will feature pastors, clinicians and scholars who are prayerfully engaging these questions.
The series takes place on Thursdays, Feb. 27-April 2, at 12 p.m., featuring a brief worship service with guest sermon, followed by a light lunch and conversation with the preacher.
All are welcome and sign-up is not required.
• Feb. 27: The Rt. Rev. Gayle E. Harris, Bishop Suffragan, Diocese of Massachusetts
• March 5: Dr. Fernando Ona--Associate Professor of Public Health & Community Medicine, Tufts School of Medicine
• March 12: The Rev. Arrington Chambliss--Executive Director, Episcopal City Mission
• March 19: The Rev. Mark V. Scott--Director of the Trauma Response and Recovery Program, Boston Public Health
• March 26: The Rt. Rev. Alan M. Gates, Bishop Diocesan, Diocese of Massachusetts
• April 2: The Rev. Jacqueline Clark--Associate Rector, Parish of St. John the Evangelist, Hingham
A poster, for downloading and sharing, is attached below.