Join in a day centered around keeping our spirits joyful and positive, our minds and souls alive, our bodies moving and active.
The Power of Narrative and
Storytelling in the Work of Social Justice
As the new racial and intercultural justice coordinator at the Presbyterian Mission Agency, Denise Anderson will help churches tackle challenging issues like equality and poverty in their communities. Be inspired as she shares how storytelling can foster conversations necessary to create real change.
Greening Our Relationships
Life Abundant in Difficult Times
Being filled with Christ’s abundant life requires staying rooted in the relationships that keep us green with vitality: our relationship to God, to others, and to the earth. Keith Johnston will lead us in an interactive Bible study to explore how we might deepen our relationship to God and others. Sally Johnston will engage us in spiritual practices to befriend and reconnect with nature and our bodies. As we face the difficulties of aging in a tumultuous world, these relationships open us to the Spirit’s work of greening our lives and our world with renewed vitality.
Carson Rhyne has a little-known gift for calling folk dances. Don’t miss this opportunity for him to lead us in the age-old joys of folk dancing before he retires at the end of the year. Participants of all abilities welcome.
Sept. 27, 2018
8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Continental breakfast
- Hearty lunch