Rev. David Marshall to speak at Stewardship dinner on Nov. 14

We invite all parishioners to the annual Parish Stewardship Dinner, featuring the Rev. David Marshall, Rector of St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Shoreline. The dinner, featuring simple and sustaining fare created by our own master chef, Ken Rhodes, will begin on Wednesday, November 14, at 6:00 PM in Puddicombe Hall. There is no charge for this wonderful event.

Rev. Marshall writes on the St. Dunstan’s web site:

“There is a sacredness to life. We become aware of this in times of grief and in times of great joy. Some of us sense the sacred as a yearning for deeper meaning and purpose in our lives. There is a holiness that hovers, like a halo, around important moments in our lives. In fact, that holiness is always present, but we seem to be more aware of it at certain times. When we begin to attend to this sacred, holy dimension we realize that the holy is not peripheral or separate. Holiness is at the heart of our lives. There is a sacred and holy purpose to living.”

You can find out more about Rev. Marshall and the ministry and mission of St. Dunstan’s  here. Please join us for what promises to be an inspiring evening!

No one will be solicited for donations at this event. We will offer our pledges to St. Andrew’s on Sunday, November 18, at both services.