In partnership with the Living Church Institute, the Sisters of St. Mary and Christ the King Center invite you to an ecumenical conference to explore the topic of holiness in personal and community life.
Holiness II will include inspiring talks, uplifting worship from varied settings, and challenging discussions on the role and witness of holiness in contemporary life.
Led by Keynote Speaker, the Most Rev'd and Rt. Hon. George Carey, 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury, leaders from multiple Christian traditions will address questions like:
- Why is holiness so important?
- What happens when it collides with culture?
- Can one be holy alone or is holiness a corporate activity?
- What if the Church goes astray? How do we challenge it? Is it ever right to leave a disobedient Church?
- How does holiness reflected in sacrificial living become a gift for the world?
- If holiness is a gift from God that transcends denominations, how might the beauty of holiness transform ecumenical life?
Presenters include the Most Rev'd and Rt. Hon. George Carey, 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury; Mother Miriam, CSM, Superior of the Community of St. Mary, Eastern Province; Dr. Christopher Wells, Executive Director and Editor of The Living Church; the Rev. Dr. Doug Collum, Dean of Northeastern Seminary; the Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley of Northeastern Seminary, and many others.