A Theology of Food

Presented by the Rev. Cameron Spoor, Curate at St. David’s Episcopal Church. Would you believe an apple bite, or a loaf of bread, says a lot about our faith and our created identity? In this lecture, Fr. Cameron will help us explore how food can (and does) say a lot about…

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St. David’s Anti-Racism History Project: The Two Reverends Fontaine

Presented by Laura Hernández-Ehrisman, Ph.D. a member of St. David’s Anti-Racism Task Force. Explore a new project developed by the task force that reckons with issues of race and white supremacy in our own parish to tell a more honest and inclusive story of St. David’s. Dr. Hernández-Ehrisman will share one of these stories that…

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Inside the Abbey with Irit Umani on Service and Mindfulness

In Episode 2 of Inside the Abbey, Rebecca Hall and Santi Rodriguez interview Irit Umani about spiritual commitment and service. Irit Umani, the Executive Director of Trinity Center, a faith-based organization conducting programs that serve the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of the poor and homeless in Austin. Before moving…

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Inside the Abbey: Episode 1 with Janet Davis, MA

In the first episode of the Inside the Abbey podcast, Rebecca Hall and Santi Rodriguez interview Janet Davis about The Art of Stillness. This book, by Pico Iyer, has been a helpful guide for Janet to live in the present moment. Janet enjoys speaking, teaching, and offering spiritual direction.  She…

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Episode 265: The New Normal, The Next Normal: Strategies for Coping and Thriving in a Changing World with Trisha Taylor

Trisha Taylor helps leaders, congregations, and couples work toward emotional and spiritual health and maturity so that they can live with joy in loving relationships and can meet the adaptive challenges of our rapidly changing world. She is an ordained minister, counselor in private practice, author of two books and…

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Episode 262: Learning To Speak Truthfully About Jews with The Rev. Dr. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski

This is Part 1 of the Lecture by The Rev. Dr. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski about undoing anti-Judaism. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski is the Duncalf-Villavoso Professor of Church History at Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas. His areas of research are Anglican and Episcopal history, Jewish-Christian relations ancient and modern, Anglican ecclesiology, and contemporary…

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