July 12 -
Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi
This Latin phrase has circulated among Christians since the late 4th century and, loosely translated, means '
the law of prayer is the law of belief.' The words invite Christians to contemplate, in particular, how our forms of worship, prayer and music both reveal and shape our theology -- our understanding of God, self and vocation, our work in the world.
July 19 -
Where is God in Pandemic
We naturally wonder if, where or how God is with us in global circumstances like the present. In addition to wondering about the nature or presence of God, we may wonder about how to understand and practice our Christian faith -- our worship, fellowship and mission -- amidst so much disruption and uncertainty.
July 12 -
Being Christ's voice and hands in the world. Noah will revisit questions he posed in our first gathering on July 5. How do we better connect our theology (ortho-
doxy, the doctrines we share) with the actual practices of our faith (ortho-
praxy). What conclusions might we reach with regard to our witness together as a parish in response to present troubles, concerns and questions?