March 2020 Meeting – Canceled
As they say, it is better to err on the side of caution. So, we are stepping back and taking a deep breath to see what to do next. No meeting on this fourth Wednesday of the month, which would be March 25. Since most of our members are over 70, it seems the thing to do. I certainly will miss being with you.
Please give me your feedback. We hope to be able to resume with the April 22 meeting.
We have a new film on the environment that Susan Sporl found for us. The title is Earth, Air, Water, Fire: The Human Element, so that would be appropriate for Earth Day and for a month focusing on the environment.
More about it at this site:
I look forward to hearing from you.
COMMEMORATING ST. OSCAR ROMERO: WORSHIP & FILM SCREENING
Perkins Chapel worship on Wednesday, March 25, 11:30-12:20 will commemorate the life of Saint Oscar Romero, Roman Catholic Archbishop and martyred voice of solidarity with the campesinos, the poor, the Disappeared and disenfranchised under the El Salvadoran government. The service marks the 40th anniversary of Romero’s assassination on March 24, 1980, who was canonized a saint in 2018. The preacher is Dr. Karen Baker-Fletcher, Professor of Systematic Theology. Perkins Chapel is at 6001 Bishop Blvd, Dallas, TX 75205 on the SMU campus.
On Wednesday evening (March 25), the local Pax Christi, an international peace, justice, and reconciliation movement, invites members of the Perkins community to join their (free) film screening of “Monsenor, The Last Journey of Oscar Romero,” an epic portrait of Romero’s witness that includes rare film footage from his own collection, and interviews with those changed by his witness, including church activists, human rights lawyers, former guerrilla fighters, and politicians. The screening will be at 4330 Crowley Drive, Dallas 75229 (near Walnut Hill & Midway Rd.), with soup served at 6:00 p.m. and the film starting at 7:00. To register — call or send an email — 214-384-8894 or 214-357-2173, or firstname.lastname@example.org