Adult Forum: Sundays at 11:00 AM in the Parish Hall
All persons who desire to deepen their faith through study are invited to attend these lectures on Sunday mornings. Our presenters include St. Anne’s clergy, staff, parishioners and guest speakers who offer expertise from a wide range of specialties.
The lecture series offer a balance of topics from the fields of Biblical Studies, Theology, Music, Ethics, History, Spirituality, and Self-Care. These topics generate discussions about the ways in which Christians engage and embody their faith in the world. All are welcome to attend! Coffee and pastries are served.
Below is the Spring Adult Forum Schedule. More detailed information is listed to the right.
March 24 – Ambassador Tony Hall
March 31 – Dr. Pat Fosarelli
April 7 – Dr. Pat Fosarelli
April 28 – Connie Saeger-Proctor
May 5 – The Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton
Sunday, March 24
Ambassador Tony Hall, Hall Hunger Initiative – Building the Will to End Hunger
Don’t miss our Adult Forum this Sunday at 11:00 AM with Ambassador Tony Hall, talking to us about the Hall Hunger Initiative – Building the Will to End Hunger. Three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Ambassador Hall is a leading advocate for hunger relief programs and improving human rights around the world. He represented the Third District of Ohio (Dayton) in the U.S. Congress for 24 years and went on to serve as the U.S. Ambassador to the UN Agencies for Food and Agriculture.
Ambassador Hall has founded and chaired several hunger initiatives including the Select Committee on Hunger and the Congressional Hunger Center, as well as the Hall Hunger Initiative (HHI) in Dayton, Ohio. Besides his work at HHI, Ambassador Hall also serves as Executive Director Emeritus of the Alliance to End Hunger in Washington D.C. and is one of the founding members of the Dayton-Montgomery County Food and Hunger Coalition.
Hall is best-known for his response to the abolishment of the Hunger Committee in 1993 when he fasted for 22 days to draw attention to the needs of people struggling with hunger in our country and around the world. Ambassador Hall continues to be a champion for hunger relief in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio, the United States, and around the world.
All persons who desire to deepen their faith through study are invited to attend these lectures on Sunday mornings in our Parish Hall at 199 Duke of Gloucester, Annapolis. To view our full speaker lineup, please visit: https://stannes-annapolis.org/adult-forum/. To read more about Ambassador Hall’s hunger initiative, please see: https://hallhunger.org/about/.