Book Study
Light and Death: One Doctor's Account of Near-Death Experiences

In this book, Dr. Michael Sabom offers new scientific evidence from a fresh round of clinical studies, along with a theological evaluation and interpretation from the perspective of his conservative Presbyterian tradition.

Wednesdays - September 26 through October 17
10:30 to 11:45 a.m. at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church

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Fall 2012 Guild Seminar

The Guild Seminar is a point of entry to the ancient discipline of theology,
which is "faith seeking understanding." In the seminar, we learn classical approaches to questions of perennial relevance, which ground our consideration of contemporary approaches to topics of current interest. Participation limited to 15 people.

Tuesdays - October 23 through December 11
10:30 to 11:45 a.m. at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church

More information available by clicking here.

A Terrible Loss

A sermon prompted by the death of Dr. Keller's nephew Corwith Davis III.

Compassion In Action

Compassion in Action, a gathering of local interfaith leaders,
the Multi Faith Youth Group and representatives from each of the major world religions will be held September 11, 2012.

Visit the Interfaith Center's page for more information about the event.


Annie Meek, a junior from Central High School in Little Rock, was winner of the debate tournament held July 29 at SUMMA Camp; and Karnessia Georgetown, a sophomore from St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Jackson, MS was finalist in the tournament, and recipent of the SUMMA Prize.

Visit the SUMMA page for more information and links to YouTube videos
about our experience.

Religions for Peace

Religions for Peace is the largest international coalition of representatives
from the world’s great religions dedicated to promoting peace.

Respecting religious differences while celebrating our common humanity, Religions for Peace is active on every continent and in some of the most troubled areas of the world, creating multi-religious partnerships to confront
our most dire issues: stopping war, ending poverty, and protecting the earth.

To learn more about the organization and its initiatives, click here.