The Rt. Rev. James M. Stanton
Saturday, April 5, 2014
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. Matthew's Cathedral
5100 Ross Ave., Dallas 75206
The Christian Formation Commission is pleased that our speaker at the Stanton Lectures this year is its namesake of our own Bishop James M. Stanton. Please come to this special day when he shares "ruminations" of his many years in ministry, the last 21 years as our bishop.
Consecrated the Sixth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas on March 6, 1993, Bishop Stanton is a strong advocate of biblical authority and the Great Commission. With his leadership, the diocese conducts continuing evangelism education, and has grown a vibrant youth ministry program. He is the author of "The ABC's of Faith: Studying the Basics of Bible and Doctrine."
Cost for both lecture and luncheon is $15 for those registered by April 4, and $20 at the door.
Register by emailing Kim Lanore at
or by calling 214.826.8310.
Schedule:9 a.m. Check in the foyer of the Great Hall
10 a.m. First lecture
11 a.m. Break
11:15 a.m. Second lecture
12:15 p.m. Lunch in the Great Hall
1:15 p.m. Q&A
2 p.m. Dismissal
WITH DR. CHRISTOPHER SEITZ
“To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.”
Laity and clergy have a special opportunity to meet weekly to read through and discuss this provocative work. In Jewish tradition, it has been read at the Feast of Booths – probably because of its combination of acknowledging life’s quick passing and our transitory existence, but also the need to take time to enjoy God’s blessings. This makes it a suitable book for our Lenten meditation as well.
Ecclesiastes meets Wednesdays in Lent from 11:45am-1pm. The dates are Mar. 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2, and 9. This event is for everyone, clergy and laity. It will be a brown bag lunch (or we'll supply food and ask for a donation of $10).
Start Time: 11:45 am
End Time: 1:00 pm
Date: March 12, 2014
The Cranmer Institute
The theme and text for each year's observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity are chosen and prepared by representatives of the World Council of Churches and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.
The Judicatory leaders representing many of our local Christian denominations will lead this service. This year the ecumenical communities would like to include prayers for the persecuted Christians in the world. It is estimated that there are more than 200 million Christians in the world today who do not have full human rights as defined by the UN Declaration of Human Rights, simply because they are Christians. Christians in the Middle East are particularly vulnerable, those living in Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey.
You are invited to participate in this ecumenical gathering on
Thursday, January 23, 2014
St. Joseph Catholic Church
600 S. Jupiter Road
Reception immediately following
All are welcome