The Episcopal Church of the Advocate is many things. And sometimes it is hard to describe without using jargon we’re not sure of or without saying what we are not instead of what we are.
As we anticipate the possibility of moving a 19th century church building to our site on Homestead Road, this is a a good time for us to reflect on these things.
Join the Vicar, the Intern, members of the Vestry, and others to learn about what’s being written and said about trends in the American Church landscape and to think about where the Advocate fits in … or doesn’t.
Along the way we’ll watch video clips and read excerpts from the works of Phyllis Tickle, Diana Butler Bass, and various emergent church websites.
Wednesdays, January 18, February 1 and February 15.
7 PM – 8 PM
at the Homestead House (8410 Merin Road, Chapel Hill)
All Friends and People of the Advocate are welcome and invited.
Note: While it may not be possible for you to participate in all three sessions, attendance at all three will be best.