Many of our programs and events are free or have a nominal registration fee for participants. Scholarships may be available for most programs. Please contact us at 713-590-3333 or brigidsplace @ brigidsplace.org for more information.
Holy Saturday, April 19, 2014
Christ Church Cathedral
1117 Texas Ave, Houston
This innovative musical performance and meditation imagines the thoughts and prayers of Mary the Mother, the woman at the well, the woman with nard, Mary of Bethany and Mary Magdalene, as they remember their times with Jesus and endure the sorrow of the cross.
Join us, this 2nd year, for this original script and meditative hour of music.
Original script by April D. DeConick and Betty C. Adam
with composed music by Becky Baxter and Sonja Bruzauskas
with singers from the Houston Chamber Choir.
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Pink Iftar 2014
July 10, 2014
Christ Church Cathedral will host a five-part Lenten series on Wednesdays. The series will offer two components — noonday prayer service with a lecture (12–1 p.m. in the Cathedral) and also an evening facilitated question-and-answer session (6:30–8 p.m. in Latham Auditorium).
Researcher and author Brené Brown studies the topics of vulnerability, courage, worthiness and shame. Her books Daring Greatly and The Gifts of Imperfection are bestsellers, and her 2010 TEDx Houston talk on the power of vulnerability received over 12 million views.
The Rev. Dr. Andrew Thompson is a bestselling author and teacher in the United Methodist Church. His scholarly work focuses on the thought of John Wesley, the history of early Methodism, and contemporary Wesleyan theology.
Pianist and composer Anita Kruse is a classically trained performing and recording artist. She is the founder of Purple Songs Can Fly, a nonprofit organization providing a creative musical outlet for children at Texas Children’s Cancer Center.
Theologian and author Marcus Borg is a widely influential voice in progressive Christianity. He is internationally known as a scholar of the New Testament and the historical Jesus. He has written 19 books published in 11 languages.
Miroslav Volf is a professor of systematic theology at Yale University and is the founding director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. He is involved in international ecumenical dialogue and is a frequent media commentator on religious and cultural issues.
For More Information: Lenten Series Flyer
Level 2 – Enneagram Subtypes
Friday, April 11, 2014 (12:00-4:00 pm, S-301)
There are three variations in each Enneagram type. So there are three kinds of Ones, three kinds of Twos, etc. Come see which Three looks like a One, which Two does not look like a Two, and how others with your same type are different from you. Subtype differences in couples can be a bigger source of conflict than the differences between Enneagram types.
$40 Fee. For the Early bird price of $30, checks must be received three days prior to the class date.
2013 Helen Palmer Video on Enneagram Transformation
April 16, 17, and 18, 2014 (1-4pm) – Wed/Thurs/Friday. J-203
Recorded during one of Helen Palmer’s workshops in Boulder this past spring, this DVD series focuses on transformation by interviewing groups (panels) of each Enneagram type. This class is for those who have been working with their Enneagram style and want to do more serious Enneagram work. Helen Palmer’s astute insights are amazing. The videos are fascinating, touching, and insightful. When Bill Kerley, a local Jungian analyst and minister, saw Helen Palmer on the DVD, he said, “She is brilliant!” Knowledge of your Enneagram type or instructor approval is required. Feel free to bring a lunch and coffee will be provided. Night #1 – Head Center (5/6/7), Night #2 – Heart Center (2/3/4), Night #3 – Body Center (8/9/1)
$30 Fee for the entire series. For the Early bird price of $20, checks must be received three days prior to the class date.
You can repeat any session for free at future showings.
NEW CLASS: Enneagram Feedback and DVD – WOMEN and RELATIONSHIPS
Tuesday, March 11, 2014. 7-9:30 p.m. – S-301
Specific examples of how to approach uncomfortable conversations with each Enneagram type so they will be more likely to hear what you say. Includes role playing exercises. Plus, view a DVD from the Palmer/Daniels program. One Ginger Lapid-Bogda professional learning tool (the Feedback tool) is included. Cost is $20, or $15 if paid by March 8. Subtract $9 if you already have the green Feedback tool.
A 48-hour cancellation notice is required for a full refund. Registration is suggested due to limited seating. Please call for child care arrangements. For information, email Judy Wilbratte at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (713) 410-7123.
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Led by Pam Stockton and Carole Pentony, Centering Prayer is a modern restatement of Christian silent prayer and meditation practices that trace their origin to the early monastic tradition. For additional information, call Pam Stockton at 713-416-4678.
Meets on Mondays at 11:15 am until Noon in the Mellinger Room of Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas Ave, Houston. Free of Charge, all are welcome.
Changing the World One Prayer at a Time…