Lenten Educational Offerings
Lent Madness returns for our sixth consecutive year. Check out their website, facebook page and let us know how you are faring with your Saintly competition. Contact Pat Laubach at [email protected] for more information.
Women's Retreat/Quiet Half Day for Women
Mar. 25th, 2023 9 am-1 pm Reverend Hannah will host this quiet half day in
honor of Women’s History Month. The schedule:
Morning Prayer; Labyrinth Walk; Intro to Wil
Gafney’s Women’s Lectionary; Writing
Journaling; Sharing; Stretching Meditation;
Midday Prayer and Lunch.
Brad Sullivan Book Discussion “For the Hurt, The Blessed, and The Damned” March 29, at Pub Theology at the Brasstap at 7pm
Exploring the theologies that formed this fear, we
find that the God these theologies describe, and
support is rather monstrous. Looking then at
scripture, the realities we face in life, and Jesus' life
of healing, we find that Christianity is not a
religion of fear. Rather Christianity is a religion of
healing, connection, belonging, and love.
We need healing. God knows this, and God loves
us, so rather than threaten us with eternal torture,
God becomes one of us, Jesus, sharing every aspect
of humanity with us. Knowing that we may end up
in Hell (a place of redemption, not retribution),
Jesus even went there so that anywhere we are,
Jesus is there offering us healing, connection,
belonging, and love.
Book link: https://amzn.to/3XdsiaS