Summer Series

Journeying Through the Ages
2019 Summer Sunday School Series:

Exploring the intersection of Faith, the Arts, and Science

Gather together each Sunday morning with your church family to hear a wonderful slate of well-loved and intriguing speakers from our congregation and our community! Each presentation will occur at 9:00 AM in the Fellowship Hall. Don’t let your brain go on Summer Vacation!


Date  Topic Speaker
6/2 Local Color: A Collaborative Effort  of 19 Artists, 20 Canvases, And One Image Nancy Barry, President,  Mobile Art Association
6/9 Pilgrimages Near and Far Anna Fulmer Duke, Associate Pastor, Spring Hill Presbyterian Church
6/16 The Troubled 60s through the Lens of Faith Frye Gaillard, Writer in Residence, University of South Alabama,
6/23 Lost Mansions of Mobile Tom McGehee, Curator, Bellingrath Gardens and Home
6/30 Torah and History Steve Silberman, Rabbi, Ahavas Chesed Synagogue
7/7 A History of Africatown Joe Womack, President, Clean Healthy Educated Safe & Sustainable Communities
7/14 The Ancient Forests of the Central Gulf Coast Brian Axsmith, Biology Professor, University of South Alabama
7/21 Presbyterian Controversies:  The Church, Slavery, & Science Buz Wilcoxon, Pastor,  Spring Hill Presbyterian Church
7/28 Reformation & Counter-reformation: Debating Word and Image in Renaissance Art Meg McCrummen Fowler, Director, History Museum of Mobile
8/4 Dangerous Music:  Reflections on Music in Presbyterian Worship Randy Sheets, Director of Music Ministries and Organist, SHPC
8/11 Carnival in Mobile: The Art, Industry, Fun, and Family of It Cart Blackwell, Director, Mobile Carnival Museum
8/18 The Great Cloud of Witnesses:  Standing on the Shoulders of Those Who Came Before Spirituality & Writing Group, Spring Hill Presbyterian Church
8/25 Personal Journeys of Faith at SHPC An Inter-generational Panel Discussion

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