The Racial Justice Commission invites ALL
to a day of reflection and renewal. All are welcome!
"Answering the Provocative Call: To Desire, Love and Enfold Our Differences"
Led by Debie Thomas,
Author of Into the Mess and Other Jesus Stories: Reflections on the Life of Christ
Be inspired in community with reflections led by renowned author Debie Thomas, with time for silence, shared reflections, prayer and a meal together. Nourish your imagination and hope for living into the provocative call to love.
Debie Thomas, a columnist and contributing editor of The Christian Century, previously a staff writer for Journey with Jesus, currently serves as minister of lifelong formation at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Palo Alto, CA. Born in Kerala, South India, and raised in Boston, she writes: “...I grew up juggling a complicated and often confusing mix of identities: South Asian, New England suburban, evangelical, and feminist. In the murky 'in-betweenness' of those identities, I learned life is far more varied and messy than it is neat and certain, and that faith is not about finding once-and-for-all answers, but about delving deeper and deeper into mystery."
To register: https://ticketstripe.com/events/1033273
Registration required by April 21.
Fee: $10 includes lunch (scholarships available). Payment by check/cash at the door option available when registering via link above.
Book Signing: Into the Mess and Other Jesus Stories: Reflections on the Life Of Christ will be available for purchase.
Come, be renewed in the journey toward justice and joy this Easter!