Camden architect lectures on foundations of Christendom
Camden — Come along with Camden architect and historian Chris Glass on a series of four illustrated trips to the foundations of Christendom.
Journeys to the Origins is a series of free lectures given on Sundays at 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall of St. Thomas’s Church, Camden. This wide-ranging course will focus on both the religious and architectural significance of historic sites across Europe and Asia.
Feb. 24 — St Paul in Turkey
Follow the travels of Paul the Apostle and St. John the Divine through Turkey, pausing to explore places mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles and in Revelations, as well as such other key Turkish sites as the majestic Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
March 3 — St Paul in Greece
Explore various locations associated with Paul in Greece and view important landmarks surviving from the classical world.
March 10 — St Benedict Lots of places
Visit Benedictine monasteries in the British Isles, France and Italy and hear about the role these monks played in the development of Christendom.
March 17 — The English Cathedrals
And conclude this epic journey with a survey of the cathedrals of England, some of the greatest monuments in human history. No passports required.
St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church is located at 33 Chestnut St. in Camden. The handicapped entrance is located around the corner on Wood Street. For more information, call the church at 236-3680 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.