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Seekers class will continue the video series, Living the Questions, with session # 16, Social Justice: Realizing God’s Vision.  This lesson was so full of information we decided to continue discussion another week.  Speakers described the difference between personal/individual justice and institutional justice.  We are a country in need of restorative justice.  Come join the conversation at 9:00 in the Grace Room. If you would like a PDF of the sessions, please contact Bill Delaney.

SEEKERS CLASS NEWS (Updated Weekly)

Seekers class will continue the video series, Living the Questions, with session # 16, Social Justice: realizing God’s Vision. The focus of Sunday’s discussion: “In a society which is often unjust, inequitable and whose very structures are responsible for generating untold suffering and poverty, we are compelled to pursue social justice as an expression of hope in realizing a better world.” We are meeting in the newly enlarged Grace Room at 9:00 am.  All are welcome to join the discussion.  If you would like a PDF of the sessions, please contact  Bill Delaney.

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Seekers class will continue the video series, Living the Questions, with session # 15, A Kingdom without Walls. The focus of Sunday’s discussion is “the good news of the gospel tells of a radical hospitality where boundaries, barriers, and walls are overcome by a grace that knows no bounds.”  Come join the discussion at 9:00 this Sunday in the Faith Room (notice room change).

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Join us Sunday, March 22, for a special event.  Bill Delaney will moderate a discussion on Broken Justice as related to the presidency of Abraham Lincoln.  Patrick Cantwell, a distant relative of Lincoln, will share his thoughts as well as bring the Gettysburg Address.  To prepare for this round-table discussion bring a tidbit on civil war history, racial injustice and/or Lincoln’s presidency to share.  Healthy snacks will be available with your cup of coffee, tea or water.

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The Seekers are engaged in meaning discussion regarding the resurrection of the Christ, the early church and how we “practice resurrection” in our daily lives. We will continue viewing Practicing Resurrection (#12 in the LTQ series) until we are all discussed out.  The Delaneys will host a Game Night and Taco Bar Saturday, March 7 starting at 5:30.  You don’t have to be a member of the Seekers Class to join us for a fun evening in March.  Just let the Delaneys know you are coming.  See ya’ll at 9:00 on Sunday. Please contact Bill Delaney if you would like to receive the PDF files for the LTQ series. 

 

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There will be no formal gathering of the Seekers Class Sunday, February 15 due to so many people being out of town.  We will resume discussion on Practicing Resurrection (#12) on Sunday, February 22.  The Delaneys will host a Game Night and Taco Bar Saturday, March 7 starting at 5:30.  You don’t have to be a member of the Seekers Class to join us for a fun evening in March.  Just let the Delaneys know you are coming.

 

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There was so much information in the Practicing Resurrection (#12) lesson we decided to review key speakers next Sunday and continue the discussion of what the resurrection of the Christ means to each of us and how we “practice resurrection” in our daily lives.  The Delaneys will host a Game Night and Taco Bar Saturday, March 7 starting at 5:30.  You don’t have to be a member of the Seekers Class to join us for a fun evening in March.  Just let the Delaneys know you are coming.  See ya’ll at 9:00 on Sunday. Pam Delaney promises something healthy to snack on during the video and discussion. Please contact Bill Delaney if you would like to receive the PDF files for the LTQ series.

 

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We had quite the discussion after viewing the The Myth of Redemptive Violence last Sunday.  The Living the Questions video series is progressive theology applied to today’s questions and issues.  You won’t want to miss the upcoming lesson, Practicing Resurrection (#12).  Here’s a snippet, “While much has been made of Jesus’ literal and physical resurrection being the core historical event of Christianity, the Biblical texts themselves present conflicting evidence.  For many today, the resuscitation of Jesus’ body is less important than the idea of resurrection as a credible and meaningful principle for living.”  The Delaneys will host a Game Night in early March.  More details to follow. See ya’ll at 9:00 on Sunday. Who knows, there might be more healthy and delicious coffee cake! Please contact Bill Delaney if you would like to receive the PDF files for the LTQ series.

 

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We did a little class planning on this beautiful 60 degree Sunday morning and didn’t get to the video series.  So January 25 join us for super healthy and delicious (yes, you can have both) coffee cake while we discuss the The Myth of Redemptive Violence (lesson #11).  We are also planning a game night.  More details to follow. See ya’ll at 9:00 on Sunday. Please contact Bill Delaney if you would like to receive the PDF files for this series.

 

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We will continue the video series Living the Questions with lesson #11 The Myth of Redemptive Violence on January 18. We welcome any newcomers or returners at 9:00 on Sundays. Please contact Bill Delaney if you would like to receive the PDF files for this series