The fall and winter class schedule is listed below. Classes begin at 9:30 a.m. in Trezevant Hall. We hope you will enjoy this outstanding line-up of speakers.
Aug 27 (Recovery Sunday): “The State of Addiction and Recovery in the Episcopal Church” with the Rev. Jan Brown (www.gracestlukes.org/events/recovery-sunday).
Sept 10 and 17: Rabbi Micah Greenstein returns to GSL for a two-week series on September 10 with "Shepherds, Prophets, & Sages in the Hebrew Scriptures" and September 17 "Calling a New Rector: the Rabbi’s Advice."
Rabbi Micah Greenstein has served Temple Israel of Memphis for 26 years, 16 as its Senior Rabbi. Named among the city’s most significant leaders, Rabbi Greenstein was recognized as the first "Memphian of the Year" by Memphis Magazine in 2013. In 2012 and again in 2013, he was named as one of "America's Top 50 Rabbis" by Newsweek/The Daily Beast. Rabbi Greenstein has received several esteemed awards, including the Memphis City Council's "Humanitarian Award" in 2011; the Memphis Theological Seminary’s "President’s Humanitarian Award" in 2012; and the "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 'Be The Dream' Legacy Award" in 2016. Rabbi Greenstein served as a two-time President of the Memphis Ministers Association and as a member of the Executive Committee of the National Civil Rights Museum. He continues to serve on the Museum’s Board of Directors.
Sept 24 & Oct 15: The Search Committee presents a series on September 24 and October 15.
Oct 22, 29, & Nov 5: Guest speaker series from Sewanee on October 22, October 29 and November 5.
Nov 19: Bishop Don Johnson joins us for his annual visit on November 19 with a Q & A .
Dec 3, 10, & 17: An Advent Series with the Rev. Katherine Bush on December 3, 10 and 17.
Katherine is the chaplain at St. Mary's Episcopal School in Memphis. She is a graduate of Rhodes College and Virginia Theological Seminary. In the Diocese of West Tennessee, Katherine has served as Associate Priest at the Church of Holy Communion and as Canon at St. Mary's Cathedral. Katherine is also published in Feasting on the Word, a highly acclaimed biblical commentary. Katherine and her husband Stephen and their two children, John and Henry, attend Grace-St. Luke's.
No classes on Sept 3, Oct 1 & 8, and Nov. 26. The annual parish meeting will be Nov. 19.