Hear the Gospel of Mark in its entirety shared by professional storyteller Kathy Culmer. Our sacred stories were first shared orally and later written down, and though written down, they are meant to be heard.
The Gospel of Mark is the shortest of the gospels and is particularly suited to be heard (or read) in one sitting. Whether one has never heard the good news of Jesus and is curious or has been a life-long Christian and is seeking a deeper encounter, this event is for everyone.
Kathy Culmer, storyteller, teacher, and writer, is a graduate of Spelman College, the University of South Florida, and of United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH with a D.Min. in Biblical Storytelling. She has been the featured storyteller for the Network of Biblical Storyteller’s International Festival Gathering, and the Canadian Biblical Storytelling Festival. In 2008, Kathy participated in a biblical storytelling mission trip to The Gambia in West Africa. She has presented storytelling workshops at the National Storytelling Conference, the National Christian Education Conference for the Episcopal Church, the ECW Triennial, and National Episcopal Youth Event. A member of St. James’ Episcopal Church in Houston, Kathy serves as Lector, Worship Leader, and Director of Religious Education. Kathy, former Mission Funding Coordinator for the EDOT, is editor of Yes, Jesus Loves Me: 31 Love Stories, a former contributor to Forward Day by Day and Abiding with God Day by Day published by Forward Movement, and 365 online meditations.
Mediterranean snacks provided.
Thursday, February 8th | 6:30 to 8:00 pm
FREE parking in the Cathedral garage at 511 San Jacinto