As part of our Lenten Seeking series, this Sunday we will explore the teachings of Scott Erickson, an artist, author, performance speaker, and creative curate who mixes autobiography, mythology, and aesthetics to create art and moments that speak to our deepest experiences. He seeks to create a visual vocabulary for the spiritual journey. He is also the creator of our Stations of the Cross at St. Peter’s this year. Get to know Scott Erickson, his theology, and how his images invite us into mystery. We will also spend time with more of Scott’s art through contemplative practices in small groups.
About our Lenten Seeking Series:
This year, St. Peter’s is living into Lent through the theme of Seeking. Throughout his ministry, Jesus encounters people who are seeking: a new beginning, a different life, a deeper faith. In these interactions, an unveiling often occurs—assumptions are disrupted, a new perspective is revealed, mystery grows.
Like the characters in our Lenten scriptures, we are also seeking many things: clarity, connection, wonder, justice, balance. We are seeking our calling, the sacred, and how to live as a disciple. By focusing on this theme, we can unpack big questions in ways that are honest and faithful. Asking ourselves often: What am I seeking? What is God seeking?
To do that, it makes sense to spend some time with all-star seekers! Join Rev. Sarah as she dives into the writings and other resources of faith leaders are seeking a closer connection with God and neighbor in imaginative and authentic ways. These sessions will feature different approaches and formats, from presentations to small group conversations.
All are welcome to join in-person or on Zoom. Join us on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 848 5098 7888; Passcode: 809178