“Welcome” is a big word for us. It is central to our understanding of what it means to follow Jesus. Our worship life at St.Athanasius is rich, and feeds our souls in order to strengthen our ministry. It takes place each Sunday in three languages: English, Spanish and Korean. We love to share our stories because it helps break down barriers that arise between people. We are Episcopal, progressive, both/and thinkers and learners, welcoming of all, and socially conscious. We’re a community striving to be authentically faithful and spiritually grounded as we engage with our neighbors in seeking justice, healing and compassion. We work with interfaith and neighborhood communities in transforming hunger and in sacred resistance as we seek mutual transformation in the world.
Join our book study on Saturdays at 4:00 pm on Zoom. For six Saturdays we will gather on Zoom to study the book, Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
All are welcome to this timely book that is a letter from father to son about growing up and being black in the United States. It provides a poignant view of what black people face in this country. People of faith cannot fail to act to tear down walls that separate and oppress people. We break into smaller groups for the discussion.
To register, learn the schedule and receive the Zoom link, please email David Streit at email@example.com. We hope you will join us.