Recent Videos

These videos showcase recent events in the life of St Michaels and offer a sampler of our activities.  In most cases, the videos are located on outside hosting services, such as YouTube or Vimeo.

 

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First Malcolm Miner Memorial Lecture: Jesus and Darwin

Dr Joan Roughgarden, retired professor of biology at Stanford University and St Michael's member presents an evening lecture.  The video is about 60 minutes with 10 minutes of questions and answers.  Further information about the lecture and Fr Malcolm Miner is here.

The Rock, the Crocodile, the Dancing Bishop, and the Dung Beetle, part 3 of 3.

Rev. William Miller relates his recent experience in Africa with Episcopal Relief and Development in this, the third of three sessions.

The Rock, the Crocodile, the Dancing Bishop, and the Dung Beetle, part 2 of 3.

Rev. William Miller relates his recent experience in Africa with Episcopal Relief and Development in this, the second of three sessions.

The rock, the crocodile, the dancing bishop, and the dung beetle, part 1 of 3.

Rev. William Miller relates his recent experience in Africa with Episcopal Relief and Development in this, the first of three sessions.

Memorial service for Fr Malcolm Miner
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Service on April 21, 2012.  Fr Malcolm was much loved by his Kauai ohana (family) as well as communities in Massachusets, Alaska, California, and Maine where he previously served. 

Evolution in Creation, part 2
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Evolution and Creationism: a 49 minute presentation by Dr Joan Roughgarden, a St Michaels member and retired professor of biology at Stanford University.

Evolution in Creation, part 1
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Evolution in the Bible: a 34 minute presentation by Dr Joan Roughgarden, a St Michaels member and retired professor of biology at Stanford University.

Hukilau
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Hukilau is a traditional Hawaiian way of fishing involving the whole community.  This video is a companion to Net: How Real Churches Really Grow by an unpublished book by Rev William B Miller. Rev Miller uses hukilau fishing as a metaphor for healthy church activities.  Stephanie Castillo, a St Michaels member and Emmy award winning filmmaker prepared this video.  A brief description of hukilau fishing is here.