Cuba Study Seminar Presents… Revolution and the Biblical Call to Justice
An Immersion in Cuban History, Culture, and Values.
Trip Description: Participants will be introduced to contemporary Cuban life, its revolutionary history, and engage in daily biblical study and reflection led by Rev. Clint McCann (Ph.D.). Activities include worship with a local congregation, visits to schools and health clinics, a concert with the Cuban National Choir, conversation with Cuban Council of Churches leaders, Cuban Communist Party officials, seminary leaders and students, museum visits, Latin American Medical School, Che Guevara National Monument, and a discussion of Guantanamo Bay Military Base.
Trip Dates: Thursday, January 30th – Sunday, February 9th, 2020
Contact Tom Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 931-267-2836
This activity will take a break over the summer months. See you back in September.
Yarn-Over Knitting Group
This group will take a break over the summer months and discuss resuming in the fall if there is interest in doing so. In the meantime, if you would like to do handwork with others, contact one of these folks: Margaret Vogel, Judith Olsen, Gail Ford, or Clarice Mitchell. Happy Knitting.
Join us for Wednesday Evening Documentaries in room 4 — video presentations with a focus on Social Justice. Sponsored by our Ecojustice class.
- No classes in July or August
- Wednesday evening documentaries will resume on September 4 at 2:00 pm, and continue at the 2:00 pm hour every first and third Wednesday of each month.