An Evening with the Rev. Canon Chuck Robertson, Ph.D.
Please join World Missions and St. George Episcopal Church and School for An Evening With the Rev. Canon Chuck Robertson, Ph.D., Thursday, October 19 at 6:00 p.m. at St. George Church (6904 West Avenue, San Antonio). The event will include a presentation by Robertson, the Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Ministry Beyond the Episcopal Church, dinner, and a Silent Auction. The cost is $50 per person, $400 for a table of eight, and $300 for a table of six. All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit the World Missions Department of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas.
Many of the ministries supported by World Missions will sponsor and decorate a table, with a prize given to the most popular tablescape. Items in the Silent Auction include a Harmony Marquis Five String Resonator Banjo with five lessons from the Hon. Tom Lee; a three-night stay in a premium Airstream travel trailer near Galveston Beach; and Paddling with the Padre, a kayak trip either down the Guadalupe River or on Canyon Lake with the Rev. David Chalk of St. Francis by the Lake in Canyon Lake.
RSVP using the button below or email Catherine Markette at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to hear from from the Rev. Canon Robertson? On Wednesday, October 18 St. Mark’s Church in San Antonio is pleased to welcome the Rev. Canon Dr. Chuck Robertson for Becoming A Barnabas, a special presentation beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Gish Hall. There is no charge to attend this event. The presentation will be followed by a book signing of his book, Barnabas vs. Paul: To Encourage or Confront, which includes a foreword by Bishop Desmond Tutu. Everyone is invited to join St. Mark’s, San Antonio for their regular Wednesday night dinner (5:00 p.m.) and Service of Evening Prayer (5:30 p.m.), prior to the book signing event.
Don’t miss these unique opportunities to meet the Rev. Canon Chuck Robertson and hear about his global ministry beyond The Episcopal Church!
The Rev. Dr. Chuck Robertson has served as Canon to two presiding bishops of The Episcopal Church, visiting professor at various seminaries and universities, general editor of a theological book series, and senior review leader for the recently released 30th anniversary NRSV updated edition of the Bible. Robertson oversees The Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations, Office of Ecumenical & Interreligious Relations, Office of Global Partnerships, and Episcopal Migration Ministries.
A lifelong member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Robertson has served on various national and international boards and worked with the U.S. State Department, the White House, and the United Nations. An author/editor of over a dozen books, he also is a producer of the upcoming documentary A Case for Love.
The diocesan World Missions Department works with numerous ministries around the world in locations including Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, the Kurdistan region, Mexico, the Episcopal Church in Navajoland, South Dakota, Spain, and Uganda. For more information, visit dwtx.org/worldmissions.