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You are invited to join a Zoom discussion of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Strength to Love on Sat. Oct. 24 from 10:30am – noon. We will cover Dr. King’s philosophies and principles, their implementation during the Civil Rights movement, and the meaning of those principles and
Eroded Beauty: a photographic pilgrimage through Covid-19 by former Dean of Trinity Cathedral Tracey Lind is being offered in a Zoom forum on Thurs, Oct 8, from 7–8pm. Register at the shareable Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2164096129?pwd=SGYvUnh5QW0zdXZDdmFIbkNHbElQUT09. The forum will be a meditation – her spiritual practice – about art and life by Lind, whose work is currently exhibited at Foothill Galleries in Cleve Hts. For more info about Lind and her work, see her blog here.
Our Immigration Task Force is offering an Education Forum on Immigration: History and Current Issues on Tues. Sept. 29, 7-8:30 pm. Brian J. Hoffman, Esq., Executive Dir. of OCSILiO: The Center for Strategic Immigration Litigation & Outreach, will speak on current immigration issues, and John Flores, PhD. immigration historian and author of The Mexican Revolution in Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 2018, will speak on
Watch and listen as Rev. David Wigger and guests tell stories, reading picture books that appeal to ages 0-100, that pass on biblical stories in contemporary ways. You won’t want to miss a single one. “Listen, my people, I will tell stories. Stories we have heard; stories our ancestors taught us. We will not hide them from our children, we will pass them on to the next generation.” (Psalm 78)
Get ready for 30 min. “Messy Worships” on Zoom every other week in June and July. Similar to our Zoom Sunday School, but focused more on fellowship, worship, and movement. These sessions are open to all ages and families. On off weeks, we’ll offer different family Activity Opportunities. Upcoming Messy Worship sessions: July 12 and 26 Email Rev. Wigger for Zoom access.