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Messy Art

April 2, 2017
Jani Wild
Mair Dundon

Seeing... Differently can mean that our lives are in the Messy Middle, filled with much that is in progress, incomplete or downright broken. Celebrate and find joy in the chaos with Messy Art. No skills or experience necessary!

 

Asian Liberation Theologies

April 2, 2017
Sarah Lapenta-H

How might our liturgical language be heard by non-Eurocentric listeners? How do we learn about global differences without other-izing? As a learner herself, Sarah will facilitate Sunday’s forum exploring Asian atonement theologies along various continuums, including conservative to progressive, grassroots to privileged, local to global.

Jesus the Liberator: Liberation Theologies for Today

March 26, 2017
Wilma Jakobsen

Can salvation that is only personal and spiritual be meaningful for those who are poor, hungry, oppressed and live on the margins of society?  Wilma Jakobsen, together with Francisco Garcia, Episcopal priest in Los Angeles, and Edwin Arrison, Anglican priest in South Africa, (both via video presentations), explore different types of liberation theology, from its origin in Latin America, to Black and African and feminist liberation theologies, and their importance for the world today.

April 2: Asian Liberation Theologies

Messy Art

March 19, 2017
Jani Wild
Mair Dundon

Seeing... Differently can mean that our lives are in the Messy Middle, filled with much that is in progress, incomplete or downright broken. Celebrate and find joy in the chaos with Messy Art. No skills or experience necessary!

 

The Traditional Stories

March 12, 2017
Bruce Bramlett

Seeing...differently: "That you may have life in Jesus' name" (John 20:31)

Jazz Vespers - International Women's Day 2017

March 5, 2017
Amy Dabalos, vocals
Nichole Boaz, piano
Jenelle Roccaforte, bass

Interfaith Jazz Vespers to celebrate International Women’s Day. Rabbi Melani Aron, Dr. Maha Elgenaidi and Rev. Dr. Liliana DaValle  share their reflections on 'Sanctuary and Solidarity' from their Jewish, Muslim and Christian traditions.

Homelessness in our Neighborhoods: Our Plans for Overnight Safe Parking at St Jude's

February 26, 2017

THE GIFT OF HOSPITALITY
Come and see the documentary, 'The Gift of Hospitality ' about the
creation and first year of the Winter Faith Collaborative (WFC).  The

Black History Month: Celebrating Local Pioneer Saints – A Dialog on Diversity and Mission

February 12, 2017
Jerry Drino
Rector Emeritus of St. Philip’s, San Jose and former Executive Director For InterCultural Ministry Development in Province 8 of the Episcopal Church

Last September marked the 150th Anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Peter Williams Cassey, the first person of color ordained in the Episcopal Church west of the Mississippi in 1866 at Trinity Church, San Jose. He, his wife, Annie and the black community of San Jose founded St.

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