Small Groups

Soul Feast led by Mary Mikell and Betsy Irvine
Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. in the Parks Wilson Room
Readings from various writers in spirituality. The group reads essays, books, and poems from a wide variety of authors. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83432015573?pwd=QVY3aHJDUnJZY1d5c3NNenN6aHVqZz09 Meeting ID: 834 3201 5573 Passcode: 184455

Visio Divina
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Zoom
This group engages together in contemplative reading of scripture texts and sharing reflection and our own artistic responses to text related pieces of art. We will be using a series of images from A Sanctified Art paired with biblical texts about Old Testament characters to ignite our time together. Curious? Join us and see if this group is for you! https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87918082267?pwd=a1M4OUgzellOTW52UU43QW8xMUdMQT09 Meeting ID: 879 1808 2267 Passcode: 325964

Jesus on Main Street
Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. at 2171 Cherokee Street outside on the back deck
Martin Luther King, Jr. once reflected that “budgets are moral documents.” Few would argue, but teasing the morality out of a budget is undoubtedly controversial. UPC – never shy about controversy – jumps into issues of economic justice in a new small group this fall. David Kresta’s book Jesus on Main Street: Good News Through Community Economic Development, will provide background and serve as a jumping off point for the discussion. Group meetings will begin with a summary of a section of Kresta’s book (a nice way of saying participants aren’t required to buy or read the book in order to participate) and proceed to an open discussion. Randy Nichols will be the facilitator. If you are interested, contact Randy at rknichols@homelessinbr.org or 225-241-6374. 

   

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