Thursdays, Jan 27, Feb 24, March 24, April 28
Instructor: Sharon Nesbit-Davis
This class will be held Online on Zoom. You will receive a code with your registration confirmation and on the email reminder.
You have stories to tell! Your stories made you who you are and by using the craft of writing we make art of them. We uncover hidden treasures and expand understanding of ourselves and others. And, when that happens, we create a more authentic life. Living an authentic life in a world that profits from your insecurities is a beautifully rebellious act. This workshop is for anyone who wants to write. All writers, all levels, are welcome.
Please bring: writing utensils and paper (preferred). Devices may be used if that is more comfortable for the participant.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not critique or evaluate work. Sharing your work will be welcome, but is always optional.
Register by: 1/25
Mondays, January 31, February 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7
Co-facilitators: Deb Gaines & Annette McLean
Face masks required onsite at all times. See updated protocols.
This class is also offered as an online Zoom option. You will receive a zoom code in your confirmation email.
This woman-honoring adult Religious Education curriculum was developed by Rev. Shirley Ranck. This workshop series examines important elements of women’s lives today — personal, interpersonal and societal — and looks at how our culture has been influenced by Judeo-Christian values. Participants can share their own experiences and beliefs, creating trust and strong bonds of friendship.
This 6-week course looks into the past to reclaim stories of powerful women found in ancient Judaism and early Christianity, and looks at the global silencing and brutalization of women that accompanied the rise of patriarchal religion and society. We will celebrate the exciting new world-view and theology that has emerged in our time and continue the complex process of telling a new story and exploring possibilities for our own lives.
Register by: 1/29