October 14: Money, Materialism & Jesus with the Rev. Chuck Treadwell.
September 30: A Transformative Path to God: the Gospels,Christian Prayer, and the Stations of the Cross with Dr. Nick Grant. Local Austin psychologist Dr. Nick Grant explores: Does Christianity offer a pathWay to God? How can I experience a customized pathWay to God in Christian prayer and practice? How are the Stations of the Cross my personalized legacy in finding a pathWay to God with Jesus?
Ancient Benedictine Practices for a 21st Century Life
The Rev. Chuck Treadwell and the Rev. Ken Malcolm will lead a three-week series on Benedictine practices, specifically exploring ways to engage scripture in our everyday lives. These practices are meant to support and strengthen us on our spiritual journeys, as well as deepen our connection to God and our other people.
September 9: The Rev. Ken Malcolm (no recording available)
September 16: The Book of Common Prayer and Benedictine Practice, The Rev. Chuck Treadwell.
September 23: The Rev. Ken Malcolm
August 5: Work and the 21st Century: Thinking Theologically about Impending Changes with Doug Harrison, Christian Ethicist.
July 29: Race in the Episcopal Church,The Rev. Dr. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, Duncalf-Villavaso Professor of Church History at the Seminary of the Southwest
Artificial Intelligence, Privacy, and the Future of Work
July 8: Images of the Image of God: What artificial intelligence can teach us about being created, with Tony Baker, Seminary of the Southwest (no recording available)
July 15: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work, with Kay Firth-Butterfield, Executive Director of Artificial Intelligence at the World Economic Forum
July 22: Artificial Intelligence and Privacy, with Kay Firth-Butterfield, Executive Director of Artificial Intelligence at the World Economic Forum
July 1: The Rev. Chuck Treadwell, Rector of St. David’s Episcopal Church, General Convention: Ankle deep to the deep end.
June 24: Dr. Brent Landau and Dr. Geoff Smith, University of Texas, Unearthing Jesus’ Secret Revelations in Egypt
Religion In America
June 10: Dr. Jennifer Glass, University of Texas, Current Trends in American Religious Life
June 17: Dr. Matt Hedstrom, University of Virginia, The Rise of Liberal Religion
June 3: Roger Temme, “Letter Writing and Growing in the Spiritual Life – with Henri Nouwen”
Healing in the Christian Tradition
May 6: “Overview of Healing in the Christian Tradition,” with the Rev. Chuck Treadwell
May 20: Dan Morehead, “Psychological Healing and Spirituality”
May 27: Alisa Carr, “Healing our Relationships with One Another”
#metoo and the Gospel
April 15: Dr. Mary Rose, University of Texas
April 22: Dr. Chad Seales, University of Texas
April 29: Dr. Song Park, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
March 25: Father Chuck discusses the recent bombings in Austin.
February 11: Artist Ginger Geyer, MA, speaks on “Creativity and the Holy Spirit.”
February 4: Sister Carol Perry concludes our Eckhardt Mission Series with a conversation on “The Challenge of Jesus.”
The Rev. Chuck Treadwell and Rev. Roger Paynter present a three-week series on Holy Scripture: Power, Authority, and the Good News.
January 7: Rev. Chuck Treadwell
January 14 & 21: Rev. Roger Paynter
November 26: “Advent: Blue with Anticipation” with Dr. Lynn Smith-Henry
November 19: “Wrath, the Vice of the Moment. Anger and its Antidote” with the Rev. Ron Smith
November 12: The Renewal Works committee presents the findings of the Spiritual Life Inventory many parishioners took in September.
November 5: The General Convention 2018 Road Show! Learn how you can help Austin and the Diocese of Texas host the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in July 2018. Halley Ortiz, Anthony Chapple, and Scott Madison provide information and answer your questions.
October 22: Father Chuck discusses our changing demographics and his theology of giving.
Environmental Guild Series “Seeing Green, Around the World and in Your Kitchen”
The St. David’s Environmental Guild hosts a three-part series in Crail C during the Adult Formation time.
October 1: Valerie Foulkes, Regional Representative, Plant with Purpose, “Poverty and Trees: What’s the Connection?”
October 8: Fr. Louis Brusatti, director, Center for Religion and Culture, St. Edward’s University, “Seeing Green through Human Eyes: An Exploration of Laudato Si’”
October 15: Susanne Harm, Austin Resource Recovery, “Seeing Green in Your Kitchen: Composting for a Cleaner Earth”
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