“A Conversation on the Back Porch” is a three-week Wednesday night series hosted in July by St. John’s clergy. During the three sessions, our rector and associate rector will be leading casual conversations about Episcopal and Anglican identity, answering frequently asked questions about the Episcopal Church, and guiding us through a frank and candid discussion about Episcopal belief, practice, and worship.
Are you an Episcopalian, but wonder what that means? Are you a member of St. John’s but still unclear how we are connected to a wider Episcopal Church? Have you ever wondered what makes the Episcopal Church different or similar to other Christian traditions? If you were asked right now for a three sentence elevator pitch on “Why I am an Episcopalian,” could you do it?
Come for conversation, fellowship, food, and an opportunity to bask in the beauty of a Minnesota summer’s evening on the back porches of your Rector and Associate Rector’s homes.
Each session will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 pm, at the following locations:
July 9: Jered’s House–1765 Jefferson Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105.
July 16: Kate’s House–3140 30th Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55406
July 23: Jered’s House.