Debbie Wiedwald

Just Mercy Lenten Book Study

2018 Lenten Study      Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson Wednesday, February 21st will be our first meeting to study together Bryan Stevenson’s book, Just Mercy*.  We ask that you begin to read the book as soon as you have it so we are ready for the discussion of the book by our 3rd session together.  Our initial sessions will give …

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Sunday Worship

Welcome to A Celebration of God’s Inclusive Love! We gather weekly on Sunday’s 8:00 AM Eucharist at the Pray.Think.Love.House 30 E College Ave, Westerville 10:30 AM Eucharist at the Old Bag of Nails Pub 3rd Floor 24 N State St., Westerville

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Thursdays Sharing & Gathering

1st Thursday – Pub Theology – Spirited Discourse at Old Bag of Nails – 2nd Floor Annex 2nd Thursday – Read & Feed – share what you read – learn from other readers – explore new reading vistas – bring a snack – Father Joseph host, at Pray.Think.Love.House 3rd Thursday – Storytellers Circle – Java Central with Father Joseph & Friends 4th Thursday – Lectio Divina Study …

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August Monthly Newsletter

St. Matthew’s Messenger August 2017 A Message from the Rector   As a church, we feel a need to join an exodus from power and privilege; to help engender conversation across ideological lines ; and to form individuals and help build community through Biblical study.   My Brothers and Sisters,   Let us prepare ourselves to join hearts, minds, hands, and feet as St. Matthew’s …

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Exodus – A Diocesan Big Read – August 27, 2017 -April 7, 2018

Join us in reading the book of Exodus together! We are at a moment as a church and a culture when questions raised in the Book of Exodus are prominent. What does it mean: to be a stranger in a strange land? to leave behind all the things we thought we knew? to see our communities change? Beginning August 27, …

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July Monthly Newsletter

St. Matthew’s Messenger July 2017 A Message from the Rector What does it mean for a priest and a congregation to be “all in?”  And if we are “all in,” how do we know we have achieved this aspirational goal? To be “all in” indicates that there is a mutual commitment between priest and people for the vision that God …

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