MELBOURNE, FLA.—Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Melbourne, Fla., is sponsoring a distinguished lecture series on four important culture attributes that
must be integral parts of our future global habitat. Free and open to the public, the lectures begin at 10:45 a.m. on four consecutive Sundays, Sept. 20
and 27, and Oct. 4 and 11.
The series will focus on the future of our urban civilization based on the need for a global vision based consensus. It will address human health,
education, spirituality and sustainability—all requirements for resilient habitat supporting all mankind for future generations.
The first lecture, “Spirituality,” Sept. 20, will be conducted by national columnist and U.S. Air Force Chaplin Norris Burkes, author of No Small Miracles.
On Sept. 27 “World Health and Poverty” will be led by Florida Tech Trustee Edward Scott, a successful businessman and founder of the Center for Global
The Oct. 4 lecture, “Sustainability and Resilience,” will be conducted by Florida Tech Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Cliff Bragdon, executive
director of Florida Tech’s Global Center for Preparedness and author of Transportation Security.
Florida Tech President Anthony Catanese, FAICP, urban visionary and respected scholar, will give the final lecture on Oct. 11, titled, “Educational
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 50 West Strawbridge Avenue in Melbourne. For more information, call (321) 723-5272, or visit HTEC online at