Saint Paul's Church Program Schedule

Program Schedule:

January - March 2022


History from St. Paul’s

We have listed the format of presentation -- in person at St. Paul's or live distance presenation, through shared platforms -- for these events. But please be aware that conditions related to the COVID 19 pandemic could cause changes in those formats. Thank you.

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Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, Jan. 17, 1 PM. In recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Professor Michael Honey, U. of Washington, author of landmark books on Dr. King, “To the Promised Land” and “Going Down Jericho Road,” explores the life & struggles of the great civil rights leader. This is a distance presentation, through shared platform. Please register through the Calendar section of the St. Paul's website.

Sat. Feb. 12, 1 PM. Recognizing Black History Month, a talk exploring the life and times of the late 19th and early 20th century controversial black educator and spokesman Booker T. Washington, by Prof. Mark Christian of Lehman College, author of the recently published, “Booker T. Washington: A Life in American History”. This is a live program, and reservations are required, through the Calendar section of the St. Paul’s website.

Monday, Feb. 21, 1 PM. In recognition of President’s Day, a presentation exploring the life and public career of President John Quincy Adams -- who visited St. Paul’s Church in 1829 -- by Professor William J. Cooper (emerita) at Louisiana State University, author of “The Lost Founding Father: John Quincy Adams and the Transformation of American Politics”. This is a live distance presentation, through shared platform; please make a reservation through the St. Paul’s website, Calendar section.


Friday, March 11, 2 PM. Recognizing Women's History Month, Professor Jeanne Abrams of the University of Denver explores the lives and roles of the early First Ladies, based on her widely acclaimed book, "First Ladies of the Republic: Martha, Washington, Abigail Adams, Dolly Madison and the Creation of an Iconic American Role". This is a live distance presentation, through shared platform. Please register through the Calendar entry on the St. Paul’s website.

Sat., March 12, 1 PM.
Enjoy a performance of “Stand Off at Staten Island,” a new play that dramatizes the fateful Peace Conference at Staten Island in Sept. 1776, with Lord Richard Howe of England, and American leaders John Adams and Benjamin Franklin meeting to consider a British proposal to end the Revolutionary War. This is planned as a hybrid event, with limited seating on a live audiecne, and also live streaming the performance through shared platform. Reservations for both in-person attendance and to receive the link to the shared platform can be made through the Calendar section of the St. Paul’s website.

Schedule is subject to change.

Last updated: January 7, 2022

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