This year’s speakers and their programs include:
March 2 – Richard Rudeloff, “Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus,” which will tell of his previous pilgrimages to the Holy Land;
March 9 – Father Jean Hart, “Christian Unity,” as the Catholic priest, who has served in Skidmore and Tynan as well as in England and Rome, will offer some reflections on the goal of Christian unity;
March 16 – Sichan Siv, “An Extraordinary Journey from Hell in Cambodia to a New Life in America.” The former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations has authored an international bestseller, “Golden Bones,” about his escaping Cambodia’s killing fields in 1976;
March 23 – Pastor Bill Duke, “Bee County Habitat for Humanity,” who has been working with 11 other citizens of Bee County to form a local Habitat for Humanity affiliate.
The series is co-sponsored by St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, the Women of Faith Lutheran, First United Methodist and First Presbyterian Church, Beeville.
Lunch will be served each Tuesday from 11:30 a.m until noon, with the program beginning by 12:05 p.m. and ending by 1 o’clock.
The cost to attend is $7 for each session or $25 for the series.
Reservations must be made by each previous Friday afternoon, except for series reservations holders, by calling the church office at 358-2730.
Founded in 1970, this series is an ecumenical outreach and not a fundraiser. Ladies and gentlemen are encouraged to attend.