Dr. Brian Wispelwey is U.Va.’s associate chairman for medical education and the founder and director of the HIV Clinic. He was instrumental in creating a telemedicine program that provides long-distance care to AIDS patients in eight Virginia prisons. With his guidance, U.Va. joined a telemedicine consortium that provides consultations for the government of South Africa. Wispelwey came to U.Va. in 1986 after completing his residency at Harvard University’s Deaconess Hospital.
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This year's Lenten reflections from St. Paul's will be posted daily here.
The meditations were written by the members and friends of our parish. They honor our mutual commitment to lifelong spiritual formation. Inspired by the Scripture readings each day, every offering is original and reflects the thoughts, interpretations, and feelings of the author.
We hope that these meditations will help guide your journey through the Holy Season of Lent. May our lives be enriched as we share our understandings in these offerings.
Wednesday evening Lenten study: Rabbi Jesus (Beginning March 12 at 7 p.m.) – Who is this Jewish Holy man we call “Lord and savior”? What do we really know about him? How did he live, eat, and worship? What do we know of his family? How did he see the universe through the lens of being Jewish? The gospels tell us a great deal, but there is even more we can learn. But layers of doctrine and legend have detached Jesus from his own time, culture, spirituality and politics. Recent scholarship has put together a compelling biography of Jesus that is thought provoking, provocative and not like the portrait you might have gotten in Sunday school. We will read together Bruce Chilton’s Rabbi Jesus: An Intimate Biography. Led by Rector Jim Richardson. Please purchase a book either in a store or on, cost is about $11 for a paperback.
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There is a deep connection between knowledge of God and knowledge of ourselves. This semester, we’ll be grounding our discussions in scriptural images of God as well as looking at art, poetry, theology, and our own experiences in order to think more deeply about who God is and, thus, who we are, as people made in God’s image.
As always, there are no prerequisites to these discussions, and we hope you will feel comfortable to bring your self, your experiences, your questions, beliefs, and doubts, exactly as they are. All we ask is an open heart and an open mind; open to the possibility of being encouraged and challenged, and to hearing from God through one another.
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|8:00 a.m.||Holy Eucharist|
|10:00 a.m.||Holy Eucharist with Choir, Joyful Noise worship for God's Children
|5:30 p.m.||Holy Eucharist
|8:00 a.m.||Morning Prayer
|5:30 p.m.||Evening Prayer