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Check out this month's edition of Intersections from the Richmond Church of the Brethren.
Matt’s Musings: Making Active Connections
We’ve talked a lot about hospitality and welcome over the last couple years. We’ve made great strides in being a welcoming congregation, including our week-to-week practices of showing warmth and care for visitors and adopting an identity-building statement of inclusion. Read full newsletter
Insurrection Book Discussion: To believe is human. To doubt, divine
Come and engage with the incendiary, inflammatory work of Peter Rollins' newest book, Insurrection, over the next few weeks. Rollins encourages readers to submit our spiritual practices, religious rituals, and dogmatic affirmations to the flames of fearless interrogation. By doing so, we might begin to see that Christianity is in the business of transforming our world rather than offering a way of interpreting or escaping it. Read full newsletter
Open Arms Banquet and Silent Auction:Run for the Roses
Make plans now to attend the 2nd Annual Open Arms Fundraiser Dinner and Silent Auction on Saturday, May 5 from 5:00–-8:00 pm in the Lingle Auditorium of Reid Hospital. This fun-filled evening is Kentucky Derby-themed, featuring a delicious southern-style dinner with appetizers, main dish and dessert. Read full newsletter
Outreach Emphasis: New Community Project
The New Community Project is a faith-based nonprofit organization with the modest goal of changing the world! People are struggling, the earth is a mess, God's not amused, and we all know something's not right here. Its mission is to provide experiences that change us, resources that challenge us, and a community that gives us hope. Read full newsletter