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Sunday, April 22 at 10:10am

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a comedy that still elicits laughs, but it is also a profound meditation on love, fantasy, and consciousness that offers intriguing food for thought. As Shakespeare on the Sound, Rowayton’s outdoor Shakespeare festival, prepares its production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Artistic Director Claire Kelly shares her thoughts on one of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays and how she plans to interpret the work this year.

The Forum meets in the Saint Hilda Room. Click here for the Adult Forum brochure to learn more about future sessions.


Faith in a New Millenium: Face-to-Face with White Supremacy

Tuesday, May 1 at 7:00pm

Last August when white nationalists wreaked havoc on the streets of Charlottesville, VA, the interfaith community was there to confront them and to bear witness to a different way. Elaine Thomas was serving St. Paul’s Memorial Episcopal Church at the time and helped to organize the counter-protest. Currently the rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Hoboken, NJ. Elaine joins us in this latest installment of our “Faith in a New Millenium” series to reflect on those challenging days and calls us to consider our responsibility to speak against evil in all of its forms.


Celtic Eucharist: Thursdays at 6:00 pm

 

Celebrated each Thursday at 6 pm, this service is a meditative worship experience which is steeped in tradition and lasts about half an hour. This service invites you to enter into a place of rest, prayer and reflection. Most of the prayers and hymns come from a variety of sources including Iona and Northumbria liturgies and focus on the beauty of God’s creation. This service is intended to be inclusive and welcoming of all people.