Thursdays at 11:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Bring your cup of coffee or tea and join other King's Chapel folks for an informal conversation by Zoom every Thursday morning. Conversation moves from funny hats and KC memories to house blessings and your best recent read. A great way to get to know each other a bit better. Drop in for any part of the hour. Please note the time change to 11:00 AM, starting August 31.
Register here in advance.
In 2017, King’s Chapel embarked on a difficult yet crucial undertaking: reckoning with the church’s history with slavery and racial injustice, and beginning the process of exploring how to acknowledge and memorialize this difficult truth. Building on research conducted by the King’s Chapel History Program, which identified the names of over 200 enslaved individuals connected to the church, and in collaboration with the clergy, committee members of the King's Chapel Memorial Project are now working on creating a physical and living memorial.
Learn more about the King's Chapel Memorial Project and explore resources about the project and the historic congregation's ties to slavery and racial injustice.
The King's Chapel community are allies of the Black Lives Matter movement. While the King's Chapel community and History Program continue to address and discuss with the congregation and the public about systemic racism, we also recently installed a Black Lives Matter banner in front of the Chapel to accompany our Pride banner.
How can you engage? We started putting together a list of anti-racism resources on our website with a variety of ways to take action. By marching outside with the millions of international demonstrators, or by taking other actions while remaining sheltered at home because of COVID, God is now calling you. Please join us.
The Environmental Action Initiative grows out of the coming together of a group of King’s Chapel parishioners sharing deep concern about the climate crisis. With the support of the Adult Religious Education Committee, we started meeting in early 2020 and continue to share information, lively discussion, spiritual camaraderie and, most importantly, opportunities for taking action at the personal, local, national and international levels.
All are welcome to join our group. Visit the Environmental Action Initiative's page to learn more and how to get involved!
Learn how members of King's Chapel worked on "getting out the vote" during last fall's election.