Beginning this spring, St. John’s Franklinton will host a twelve session discussion series that takes a theo-ethical look at key economic, environmental, and social justice topics relevant to inner city neighborhoods and the global community at large. This series is intended to strengthen our understanding of the connection between issues of faith and justice, enhance our capacities […]
Let’s Grow A Garden!
“What we are sculpting is ourselves” – Duane McDiarmid on Art & Action
Learning to Be a New Kind of Artist: A Week at the “Art as a Spiritual Connection” Summer Camp