The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, an Episcopal priest, author, and photographer was diagnosed with early onset dementia in November 2016. In this forum, Tracey discusses what she has learned about spirituality, vocation and daily living in coming to terms with her illness.
The Sunday Forum
Look for the Forum Sundays, from 9:45 - 10:45 am
Please note period schedule changes below.
Topics of interest are presented and discussed in the Fleetwood Room.
What does it mean when stories are part of an oral culture rather than a script culture? The Rev Audrey Ward, a recently retired Methodist minister and author of Hidden Biscuits, discusses for this Sunday Forum.
“Why and How Income Inequality is...” …destroying democracy; crushing civic virtue; creating a haves/have-nots class system; pumping up the opioid epidemic; depressing teenagers; increasing narcissism...and more. Parishioner and former Senior Editor of Money magazine Joe Coyle explains.
In this two-part series, parishioner Bill Tompson looks at the history of Jesus in the cinema, from the first public screenings in the 1890s to the present day. Sundays, October 1st and 8th, 9:45 a.m, Fleetwood Room.
What kind of faith journey are we on, and who are our fellow passengers? To help us reflect on these questions, the Sunday Forum offers two sessions of “Conversations about Faith”, during which members of our Cathedral family share their spiritual journeys.
The forum’s special summer guest on July 2 will be Margaret Sartor, writer and author of bestseller Miss American Pie, photographer and teacher at Duke University in Durham, NC.
Film is one of the most powerful ways that we understand ourselves and our culture, and how movies represent—or don't—is a matter of real importance. Writer and theologian Greg Garrett leads Sunday conversations on two major American films about prejudice.
In this forum on the history of Aleppo, a city that has been so much, and so tragically, in the news of late, Dr Philip Mansel shows how the religious strife of our times contrasts with Aleppo's history.
Fake news has always been with us. How did we get here and what is the responsibility of Christians to seek out facts and tell the truth even when it contradicts our prejudices?
The Cathedral Basilica at Saint-Denis is one of the most important buildings in the West.
Why poet/rocker Patti Smith and not Anselm is my go-to theologian for atonement theory—Canon Mary Haddad discusses at the Forum on Sunday, March 19 at 9:45am.
Called before the Holy Roman Emperor at the Diet of Worms in 1521, Martin Luther refused to disavow his call for reform, declaring, “My conscience is captive to the word of God. I cannot and will not recant anything, for to go against one’s conscience is neither right nor safe.”
The fastest-growing religion in the first-century Roman world wasn't Christianity – it was a state-sponsored imperial cult giving divine honors to the Emperor.