Upcoming Forums

We have several upcoming forums at St. Jude’s. All of our forums are currently held online. To join, please use our coffee hour Zoom link after the Sunday Service here.

February 2021

Feb. 7: The Rev. Scot Sherman on the Mission of God. Scot Sherman is the Executive Director of the Newbigin House of Studies. He co-founded the Newbigin Fellowship for Faith, Peace and Justice in 2010, a nine-month theological formation program exploring the spiritual, public and missional dimensions of the Christian life. He hosts the speaker series Conversations for the Common Good, public conversations with writers, artists and thought leaders focused on issues that divide and ideals that bring people together. He leads the Church Innovation and Renewal Initiative at Newbigin House. https://newbiginhouse.org/ 

Scot Sherman visited with us to preach on January 17, 2021.

Feb 14: Barbara Creed, Parishioner and Lawyer, joins us for an enlightening talk and discussion about the U. S. Supreme Court: Understanding the Work of the Court https://scotuscreed.com/ 

Parishioner Barbara Creed

March 2021

March 7 : The Rev. Tripp Hudgins joins us for a History of Liturgical Music. Tripp Hudgins is a scholar, musician, minister, father, and husband. His field of research is liturgical music and emerging Christian communities and traditions. This means he pays attention to banjos as well as choral evensong and the internet. He is a Doctoral Candidate at Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. He and his wife, Patricia, have a five-year-old son named Elias, and two cats. They live in Richmond, VA.

March 14 : The Rev. Tripp Hudgins joins us for a Future of Liturgical Music. Tripp Hudgins is a scholar, musician, minister, father, and husband. His field of research is liturgical music and emerging Christian communities and traditions. This means he pays attention to banjos as well as choral evensong and the internet. He is a Doctoral Candidate at Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA. He and his wife, Patricia, have a five-year-old son named Elias, and two cats. They live in Richmond, VA.

Tripp Hudgins played at Rev. Aaron’s installation service at St. Jude’s in September 2020.

Do you have an idea for a Forum you’d like to hear, or would like to present? Contact our office here to let us know.

St. Jude the Apostle Episcopal Church

20920 McClellan Road

Cupertino, CA 95014

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