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GENERAL SEMINARY TALKS: SAVING GRACE

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General Theological Seminary

Chapel & Seabury Hall

440 W. 21st Street

New York, NY 10011

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For almost a decade, Matthews is a theologian, who has been teaching contemplative living through “holy listening,” as an adjunct professor at General Seminary's Center for Christian Spirituality, and will be sharing excerpts from her new book: Dancing from the Inside Out: Grace-filled Reflections on Growing Older (Church Publishing, Fall 2019).

This talk is The Kay Butler Gill Lecture for 2019, and will be preceded by a lovely Evening Prayer service in General's Chapel, followed by light refreshments. Visit gts.edu to learn more about the speakers in this series.

The Evening Prayer service will also feature a Commemoration of the Benefactors: a Portrait Receipt & Dedication from the family of The Rev. Canon H. Boone Porter, D.D., Professor of Liturgics 1960-1970.

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