Guest Preachers at Redeemer April 23, 30 and May 7

 

The Rev. Christopher Martin

On Sunday April 23, the Rev. Christopher Martin from St. Paul’s San Rafael will preach and preside at Redeemer while I preach and preside at Nativity. Among many other things, he is the founder of a nationwide movement called The Restoration Project and the author of an excellent book by the same name. He also helped spearhead the Marin Episcopal Youth Group, which now meets at Redeemer.

The Ven. David Stickley

On the Third Sunday of Easter (April 30), we will gather on the outdoor prayer labyrinth and listen to the preaching of the Venerable David Stickley, the Archdeacon of the Diocese. He serves as the Dean of the Chapel for the School for Deacons and has been a longtime friend of Redeemer’s. Please welcome him and ask him any questions you might have about the diaconate. 

Professor Paul Blankenship

On Good Shepherd Sunday (May 7), professor Paul Blankenship will preach and share his research on the spiritual lives of people experiencing homelessness. He is an adjunct professor at Seattle University and a PhD candidate at the Graduate Theological Union. He and I co-led a young adults worship service in Marin and the East Bay called Amare. Please welcome him and ask him what it means to be a “Good Shepherd of the Streets.”  

 

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