Join us at 9 a.m. nearly every Sunday as we gather to learn from our presenters and from one another. Read on to explore the full winter-spring 2016 schedule.
24 “Three Theological Issues that Should Fascinate You” Lela Joscelyn
Dr. Joscelyn, Assoc. Prof. of Psychology, Mt. Mary University, holds a certificate in theology
31 “What Composers Seek to do for the Church” Tim Benson
Tim Benson is Music Director at St. Paul’s, a composer, and Asst. Dir. of the MSO Chorus
7 “Christianity in Romania under the Nazis and the Communists” Sheila Scott
The Rev. Sheila Scott, a native of Romania, serves as Deacon at St. Paul’s.
14 “My Love Affair With Art” Barbara Brown Lee
Dr. Lee is Chief Educator Emeritus at the Milwaukee Art Museum where she served for 50 years
21 No program — reserved for committee meetings.
28 “Three Issues I Wish You Would Be Thinking About” Steven Peay, A. Grosso
Join two academic leaders from Nashotah House Seminary for a description of the “new” missional context wherein the church finds itself, and consideration of how this missional context invites congregations to revisit common assumptions about the faith and practice of the church. The role of theological formation in this new missional context is vital. This is a timely and important program relating to our emphasis on fulfilling our mission and the VIVA Process for Year 2.
6 “Secret Stories in St. Paul’s Windows” Mary Eagan
Dr. Haubrich is St. Paul’s historian; Mary Eagan is a specialist in medieval art and literature
13 “ St. Joan Antida — the Opportunity Generator Next Door” Paul Gessner and Joel Cencius
Paul Gessner is St. Joan’s head of school and Joel Cencius is director of communication and development.
20 Palm Sunday No Program
27 Easter Sunday No Program
3 “The 21st Century Family: Changes, Choices , Challenges” Kristin Zersen Selear
Kristin Selear is a Master’s Level Social Worker in the Child Welfare System, Washington County
10 “Three Issues I Wish You Would Be Thinking About” Garwood Anderson
Dr. Anderson is Professor of New Testament and Greek at Nashotah House
17 Parish Committee Meetings No Program
24 “Education Options in Milwaukee: What’s Best for our Children?” Pat Luebke, Ken Robinson
Dr. Luebke is Interim Dean of Education at Alverno; Ken Robinson is a retired educator
1 “The Biblical Vision of Marc Chagall: An Illustrated Pilgrimage” Deirdre Dempsey
Dr. Dempsey is Assoc. Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, Marquette University
8 Surprising Meanings Behind our Worship Practices” Steve Teague
Father Teague helps to personalize the Episcopal Liturgy
15 Parish Committee Meetings No Program
22 “How St. Paul’s Members Help Solve Milwaukee’s Social Problems” Robert Connolly
Bob is Staff Dir. for Common Ground, identifying and finding solutions for local social problems
29 “Are Christian Views of Non-Violence Still Relevant?” David Zersen
Dr. Zersen explores alternative Christian views to war on Memorial Day Weekend