Brother Michael Manley Hopkins Jones is a deeply prayerful, profoundly well-educated Christian with a lay-monastic vocation. He and his wife Tiffany strive for St. Edmund’s (prayer cards, prayer beads, stewardship materials….) in ways often behind the scenes.
Brother Michael is now, under my auspices, available for spiritual direction. A course of inquiry involves a jaunt East on the 210, but is well worth the enrichment such direction might yield. If you would like to schedule time with Brother Michael, please contact the parish office.
The last Sunday of this month we will match our Dia de Los Muertos Altar in the Narthex with a Children’s costumed Halloween Parade during our Processional. Feel free to bring children in costume October 25th. Following the entrance procession they will continue on to Sunday School.
How spirituality affects mental health.
Pam Hueckel, parishioner until her move down the 210 corridor, is offering a class at PCC on Saturday November 14th from 1pm to 4pm. Pamela Hueckel has trained with The Birren Center for Autobiographical Studies with a lifelong interest in recording family members’ stories past and present. Register by phone 626.585/7608 (Course No. 3239X) or online at www.pcclearn.org
Read “The Lead” from Episcopal Café.
The recent edition of Episcopal News from the Diocese of L.A. may be found HERE, and articles from the national Episcopal News Service HERE