Trinity Episcopal Church, 1130 First Ave., has announced the remaining three of its Lenten Lunch speakers. Each Monday through March 10, the church serves a light meal at noon followed by a speaker. The lunches end by 1 p.m.
The cost is a donation of $5.
The theme this year is "Will You? ... Five Questions for the Christian Life," taken from the baptismal covenant in the Book of Common Prayer.
The speakers are:
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•Feb. 25: The Rev. Bill Harkins, canon priest associate at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta. Harkins also teaches pastoral theology and counseling at Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta (Presbyterian Church USA), and is a counselor at the Brookwood Center for Psychotherapy. He is a graduate of Rhodes College, Memphis, and has advanced degrees from Vanderbilt University, Nashville.
•March 3: The Rev. Mike Tanner, vicar of Church of the Holy Comforter in urban Atlanta which serves some of the most vulnerable members of the community. He is a native of Mississippi and became a priest after 30 years in the law profession.
•March 10: The Rev. Canon Rick Callaway, canon to the ordinary, or the bishop's chief administrative assistant. He has held that job since 1991. He works with clergy deployment and congregational development. Callaway is a native of Virginia and has served parishes in Georgia and North Carolina.
No reservations are necessary.