Men's Breakfast with the Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley on Saturday, September 16th at 8:30am. The men of the parish are invited to hear from the Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley on the topic, “How I became an Anglican.” Fr. McCaulley grew up in the Baptist church, but it was in Anglicanism that he learned not only how to think as a Christian, but how to live as one. The rhythms of the liturgical church - its calendar, the daily office, its feasts and fasts - taught him not only to be converted, but how to be converted. But as a black man in an overwhelmingly white and European Christian tradition, he wants to call us to a fuller embrace of the central gospel commitment to the multiethnic kingdom of God. Join us for this engaging talk by an emerging leader in the Anglican Church in North America! Fr. McCaulley is an Assistant Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY. He did his PhD at St. Andrews University, studying under N.T. Wright. The cost for the breakfast is $10 and can be paid at the door.