Lenten Book Study: “The 7 Deadly Sins of White Christian Nationalism” by Carter Heyward

This Lent we’re digging into a great book, The 7 Deadly Sins of White Christian Nationalism: A Call to Action, by Carter Heyward.

We’ll have two opportunities to discuss the book. For the first, we’re partnering with we’re partnering with Chapel of the Cross, Church of the Holy Family and St. Matthew’s for a workshop and panel discussion with Bishop Samuel Rodman.

Come to one or both!

Saturday, March 18 at Chapel of the Cross
Registration is required
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
– Morning worship and book discussion (free)
12:30-1:30 p.m. – Optional catered lunch and informal conversation with Dr. Heyward ($20).

Tuesday, March 21 at the Advocate House and on Zoom
7 p.m. – Further conversation about the book

You can get a copy at your local bookstore. Or if the cost of the book is prohibitive to you, please be in touch with Marion. An anonymous donor has provided us with several copies.

Carter Heyward is an American feminist theologian and priest in the Episcopal Church. In 1974, she was one of the Philadelphia Eleven, eleven women whose ordinations eventually paved the way for the recognition of women as priests in the Episcopal Church in 1976. Heyward is the author of eleven books and has edited and/or contributed to a further three. Her most recent books are Tears of Christopena: Mystical Musings on Grief, Evil, and Godding and SheFlies On: A White Christian Debutante Wakes Up. She lives the North Carolina mountains south of Asheville.