Dec. 5 - An Interview with

              author elaine pagels

Saturday, December 5th at 4 pm join St. Luke's for an interview with author and religious historian Elaine Pagels. Pagels will be interviewed by writer, Jeffrey Sussman, on her most recent book Why Religion?.

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Why Religion? is her most recent book and a departure from the others; one in which she tells her own story, and why she loves investigating the history of religion.

Ms. Pagels is a critically acclaimed historian of religion. She is the Harrington Spear Paine Professor at Princeton University and an Aspen Institute Trustee. Pagels is a MacArthur Fellowship recipient.

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Dec. 9 - An Evening of

              baroque music

Wednesday, December 9 at 5:30 PM join St. Luke's East Hampton for a virtual evening of baroque music featuring the English Concert in America Fellows. Tickets are $10.

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Enjoy a virtual evening of baroque music on string instruments. The musicians will play compositions on baroque instruments such as the theorbo.

The Fellowship program of The English Concert in America, created in association with The Juilliard School's Historical Performance faculty in New York and The English Concert, provides a select group of emerging young performers opportunities to continue to develop artistically at a critical stage in their education.

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DEc. 10 - Bianca Jagger

                 Lecture on

                 Human Rights

Thursday, December 10th at 2 PM St. Luke's is hosting Bianca Jagger for a virtual lecture on international human rights. This event is free and open to the public. 

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Bianca Jagger campaigns to end violence against women and girls, to abolish capital punishment and advocates for the rights of indigenous peoples and future generations. She is Founder, President, and Chief Executive of the Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation (BJHRF), which she established in 2005 to be a force for change and a voice for the most vulnerable. She is Council of Europe Goodwill Ambassador, a Member of the Executive Director’s Leadership Council for Amnesty International USA, IUCN Bonn Challenge Ambassador.

Ms. Jagger is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including The Right Livelihood Award (2004) also known as the “alternative Nobel prize.” Registration link forthcoming. 

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Dec. 12 - The Svetlana Jazz  


Saturday, December 12th at 4 PM St. Luke's is hosting the Svetlana Jazz Quartet. Tickets are $10. 

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Russian by birth, American by music: Svetlana is an acclaimed, chart-topping vocalist, composer, band leader, educator, and a Manhattan School of Music MA and Columbia PhD graduate. Svetlana’s sound blends swing, straight-ahead jazz , and original material, forging deep connections with audiences with her strong vocals, charismatic performance style, exciting improvisational aspects of performance, and engaging storytelling.

Her latest record, Night at the Movies , debuted #1 on US Billboard Traditional Jazz Album Charts in 2019. Svetlana and her band have headlined sold out shows in renowned jazz clubs, performing arts centers in the US.

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Jan. 9 - A Lecture with bart ehrman on the living christ

Saturday, January 9 (time TBD) join St. Luke's for a conversation with Bart D. Ehrman, PH.D., M.DIV. on the living Christ.

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Ehrman is the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he has taught since 1988.  Professor Ehrman has written or edited thirty-two books in the fields of New Testament and early Christianity, including six New York Times Bestsellers. He has also recorded eight lecture courses for The Great Courses (The Teaching Company). More than two million copies of his books and courses have been sold, and his books have been translated into twenty-seven languages. 

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jan. 9 - Children's Science

               dragons: return of  

               the ice sorceress

Saturday, January 9th at 4:00 pm St. Luke's is hosting the children's science event, Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress. The event is free and suitable for children K - 5. 

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The virtual show presented by Talewise features a fantasy adventure that begins a long time ago, in a faraway world where two brave villagers try to save the kingdom from the evil Ice Sorceress. When things do not go as planned, they need to look to science for help as they explore the properties of dry ice.

What distinguishes this virtual show from other programs is the added element of a host who will:

  • Interact with the audience
  • Get everyone participating at key moments
  • Provide reactions and commentary
  • Conduct polls and quizzes
  • Teach everyone a bonus activity to try at home
  • Chat with the audience before and after the show

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