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Lunch Bunch and TNAC return next week!
On Thursday, April 27th...
Lunch Bunch returns April 27 at noon, there will be a new five week series by Richard Rohr on the Trinity. We will unpack this theological mystery by viewing a streamed conference that took place at the Center for Action and Contemplation. This will take place in the conference room.
Compline at 6:00pm ---- Dinner at 6:15pm ($7.00 suggested) ---- Classes at 7:00pm
Thursday Night at the Cathedral -- Classes beginning on April 27th:
Immigration 101: Film & Current Events
April 27th – Mary 25th
Facilitated by The Rev. Steve Skiffington, Cathedral Deacon
Sessions 1 & 2: Two films presented by Dennis Hock, Ph.D
“4/1 Miles” 2017 Oscar nominee for Documentary Short Subject. The story of a captain in the Greek Coast Guard who is caught in the struggle of refugees fleeing the Middle East, traveling the short distance from the coast of Turkey to the island of Lesbos. Despite having limited resources, the captain and his crew attempt to save lives during the immense humanitarian crisis.
Guns & Greed 2001 Documentary Sweatshops, World Bank and IMF policies are linked to the U.S. Army School of the Americas (SOA). Powerful statements from Students against Sweatshops, labor leaders, veterans and church people participating in protests at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia and at a Washington DC protest of World Bank and IMF policies.
Sessions 3 – 5
These sessions are still under development and are intended to present the current status of US immigration policy as well as its effect on citizens and non-citizens alike. Current news articles and personal testimonies will be presented.
Food as a Spiritual Practice
April 27-May 5
Healthy Food, Healthy Life: Do you wish you had more energy? Does stress make you overeat? Is your bad cholesterol overwhelming the good? Do you get lethargic after eating too many carbs? Learn to eat better, so you can live fully. Over six classes, you’ll learn from dietitians how to read labels, plan menus and count carbs. You’ll get to sample meals that are good for your heart and that won’t give you a sugar high. Physicians will share the latest research on diabetes, heart disease, sleep, eating disorders and more. Get prayers for healing and discover spiritual disciplines that can help with your food struggles.
Study & Art Reflection on the Prodigal Son
April 27-May 5
Morey Lloyd and Kelly Mieske
We will explore the scripture of the Prodigal Son through a variety of modalities from a traditional academic bible study class, with history and theology to an Iganation imagination exercise to a Jewish tradition of Midrash. Come and experience this well known scripture in ways that you've never imagined. We will gather in the Conference Room.
If you have any questions about these classes or any Adult Ministry programs, contact Rev. Dr. Pamela Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org