Open Table is invited to worship at Bethel AME - a historically African-American congregation and denomination - on August 14th along with the members of All Saints. We are also ... Read more
This event has been postponed. New date will be posted soon. You are invited to attend the second Town Hall event for the City of Mobile's LGBTQ+ Liaisons. Location and details to be announced. Michael Tyner and Natalie Fox will give an update of their work so far and take questions and suggestions from the ... Read more
Open Table is invited to worship at All Saints with Bethel AME - a historically African-American congregation and denomination. This second part of the "church swap" will build on our worship last week at the Bethel AME Church on Savannah Street and is the fruit of recent conversations between the Bethel AME and All Saints ... Read more
You are warmly invited to a concert at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Daphne, sponsored by Path to Peace on Sunday, August 21st at 4 pm. Path to Peace is an organization that hosts ecumenical gatherings to promote racial reconciliation, unity and peace. "First of all, it's about building personal, local, multi-race relationships. It's about ... Read more
Please join this Community Brainstorming Session on the subject of Getting Out the Vote. We've invited leaders from Mobile's church, business, and political activism communities to join us. The event will be held in Stirling Fellowship Hall at the back of All Saints Episcopal Church, located at 151 S. Ann Street, Mobile, AL.. Teresa Fox-Bettis, ... Read more
Please take the time to visit Gulf Coast Creation Care's booth at LoDa Artwalk. This Season of Creation event is focusing on engaging our youth and will feature the creation of a Sea Level Awareness Pole to raise awareness about climate change and sea level rise. You can view a Florida SLAP project here.
Gulf Coast Creation Care, a faith-based climate action alliance, invites you to a meeting to learn more about our region’s amazing natural habitat, threats to its existence, and various ways you and your friends can get involved to protect it. (Snacks will be provided) Ben May Main Library, Armbrecht-Briskman Classroom 701 Government Street The meeting ... Read more