Organ Recital by David Hurd | Immanuel Chapel Concert Series

Organ Recital by David Hurd | Immanuel Chapel Concert Series

Organist and composer David Hurd is offering the inaugural performance of the new Immanuel Chapel Concert Series on Thursday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m. Selections include Buxtehude’s Te Deum laudamus and the composer’s own Te Deum laudamus.

This event is co-sponsored by the Worship Department and the Office of Multicultural Ministries at VTS.

Admission is free with advance registration through Eventbrite.

Virginia Theological Seminary is pleased to open our events to fully vaccinated guests. During the event, mask-wearing is required.

Celtic Evensong with Communion at St. David’s

Celtic Evensong with Communion at St. David’s

St. David’s Celtic service is based on the liturgical traditions of Iona and Northumbria, and music at these services is contemplative. Join us for this beautiful, candle-lit service which includes intentional silence for meditation on the 4th Sunday of each month.

Central Montgomery County Regional Gathering

CONGREGATIONS

Christ Church, Kensington
Christ Church, Rockville
Good Shepherd, Silver Spring
Our Saviour, Hillandale
St. Francis, Potomac
St. James’, Potomac
St. Luke’s, Trinity Parish
St. Mark’s, Fairland
St. Mary, Magdalene
Transfiguration, Silver Spring

Starts at 6:30 pm, ends at 8:30 pm

Clergy, lay delegates and wardens of the Central Montgomery region will gather with Bishop Mariann and diocesan staff to discuss the diocesan strategic plan, mission priorities, and the proposed 2022 diocesan budget.

More event information and a link to register will be sent to attendees closer to the date.

If you have a question about Regional Gatherings, please email the Rev. Andrew Walter, Canon to the Ordinary.

Jesus in the Qur’an: An Entry Point for Interfaith Dialogue

Jesus in the Qur’an: An Entry Point for Interfaith Dialogue

This event is brought to you by the department of Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary

This class will meet online on four consecutive Thursday evenings (Oct 28 – Nov 18). from 7 – 8:30 p.m. eastern.

Jesus plays a central role in the Islamic tradition and offers a rich entry point into Christian-Muslim dialogue. Zeyneb Sayilgan, Ph.D., will lead this study of the person and mission of Jesus as presented in Muslim sacred scripture – the Qur’an. Students will assess the Qur’an’s significance for Muslim faith and practice, examine Qur’anic passages related to Jesus, and reflect on the role and importance of Mary, Jesus’ mother as outlined in the Qur’an. Along the way, students will analyze how Muslim Qur’an commentators have interpreted the Qur’anic content related to Jesus and Mary while discussing useful and interesting ways to engage in interreligious dialogue today.

North Montgomery County Regional Gathering

CONGREGATIONS
Ascension, Gaithersburg
St. Anne’s
St. Barnabas’ Church of the Deaf
St. Bartholomew’s
St. John’s, Olney
St. Luke’s, Brighton
St. Nicholas’
St. Peter’s

Starts at 7:00 pm, ends at 9:00 pm

Clergy, lay delegates and wardens of the North Montgomery County region will gather with Bishop Mariann and diocesan staff to discuss the diocesan strategic plan, mission priorities, and the proposed 2022 diocesan budget.

More event information and a link to register will be sent to attendees closer to the date.

If you have a question about Regional Gatherings, please email the Rev. Andrew Walter, Canon to the Ordinary.

Today We Remember Them: Faure Requiem

Today We Remember Them: Faure Requiem

Join St. Mark’s, DC for a candlelit service featuring the Faure Requiem and readings in remembrance of those we have lost and in hope of a better world to come. With the St. Mark’s Chancel Choir & chamber orchestra.

Masks required.

Jesus in the Qur’an: An Entry Point for Interfaith Dialogue

Jesus in the Qur’an: An Entry Point for Interfaith Dialogue

This event is brought to you by the department of Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary

This class will meet online on four consecutive Thursday evenings (Oct 28 – Nov 18). from 7 – 8:30 p.m. eastern.

Jesus plays a central role in the Islamic tradition and offers a rich entry point into Christian-Muslim dialogue. Zeyneb Sayilgan, Ph.D., will lead this study of the person and mission of Jesus as presented in Muslim sacred scripture – the Qur’an. Students will assess the Qur’an’s significance for Muslim faith and practice, examine Qur’anic passages related to Jesus, and reflect on the role and importance of Mary, Jesus’ mother as outlined in the Qur’an. Along the way, students will analyze how Muslim Qur’an commentators have interpreted the Qur’anic content related to Jesus and Mary while discussing useful and interesting ways to engage in interreligious dialogue today.

Central DC Regional Gathering

Central DC Regional Gathering

CONGREGATIONS

Ascension and St. Agnes
Christ Church, Georgetown
Epiphany, DC
Grace Church, Georgetown
Howard University Chaplaincy
Our Saviour, Brookland
St. George’s, DC
St. John’s, Georgetown
St. John’s, Lafayette Square
St. Luke’s, DC
St. Margaret’s
St. Mary’s
St. Paul’s, K Street
St. Stephen & the Incarnation
St. Thomas’, DC

Starts at 6:30 pm, ends at 8:30 pm

Clergy, lay delegates and wardens of the Central DC region will gather with Bishop Mariann and diocesan staff to discuss the diocesan strategic plan, mission priorities, and the proposed 2022 diocesan budget.

More event information and a link to register will be sent to attendees closer to the date.

If you have a question about Regional Gatherings, please email the Rev. Andrew Walter, Canon to the Ordinary.

North Prince George’s County Regional Gathering

North Prince George’s County Regional Gathering

CONGREGATIONS

Epiphany, Forestville
St. Andrew’s, College Park
St. Christopher’s
St. John’s, Mt. Rainier
St. Matthew’s/San Mateo
St. Michael & All Angels
St. Philip’s, Laurel
University of Maryland Chaplaincy

Starts at 6:30 pm, ends at 8:30 pm

Clergy, lay delegates and wardens of the North Prince George’s County region will gather with Bishop Mariann and diocesan staff to discuss the diocesan strategic plan, mission priorities, and the proposed 2022 diocesan budget.

More event information and a link to register will be sent to attendees closer to the date.

If you have a question about Regional Gatherings, please email the Rev. Andrew Walter, Canon to the Ordinary.

Jesus in the Qur’an: An Entry Point for Interfaith Dialogue

Jesus in the Qur’an: An Entry Point for Interfaith Dialogue

This event is brought to you by the department of Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary

This class will meet online on four consecutive Thursday evenings (Oct 28 – Nov 18). from 7 – 8:30 p.m. eastern.

Jesus plays a central role in the Islamic tradition and offers a rich entry point into Christian-Muslim dialogue. Zeyneb Sayilgan, Ph.D., will lead this study of the person and mission of Jesus as presented in Muslim sacred scripture – the Qur’an. Students will assess the Qur’an’s significance for Muslim faith and practice, examine Qur’anic passages related to Jesus, and reflect on the role and importance of Mary, Jesus’ mother as outlined in the Qur’an. Along the way, students will analyze how Muslim Qur’an commentators have interpreted the Qur’anic content related to Jesus and Mary while discussing useful and interesting ways to engage in interreligious dialogue today.