AN Sunday Study @ 9:15 am via Zoom
May 30 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Sunday, repeating until May 30, 2021
Adults at IPC are provided opportunities to explore their faith from differing perspectives, and to talk about ways in which we live out our faith. There is no agenda in which a particular perspective dominates. Rather, the group’s thinking is stimulated by diverse readings and by listening to each other.
May 2 – Fierce Indigenous Women we need to know – through word, poetry and song: Deb Haaland, Tara Houska and Joy Harjo
May 9 – Alan Harvey—American Bluestockings
Bluestockings were 18th century, British women who decided to gather for “conversation parties” where they invited men of letters to discuss literature and intellectual topics. Alan Harvey researched early 18th/19th century American women who were exceptional in their fields and imagined them coming together as the American Society of Bluestockings. Most you’ve never heard of because they didn’t get the credit they deserve. Alan will share his artist book and present his Bluestockings.
May 16 – Brene Brown podcast Unlocking Us with Brandi Carlile. “This week I’m talking to Brandi Carlile, singer, songwriter, performer, producer, activist, and author of a new memoir, Broken Horses. We talk about everything from the politics of middle school lunch tables, to the pursuit of complicated faith, to the tyranny of fitted sheets. This is a conversation between two people, meeting for the first time, and yet, somehow, it feels like we’ve been friends forever.” brenebrown.com
NO AN Sunday Study: May 23 – Outdoor Pentecost Sunday and May 30 – Memorial Day Weekend
Zoom “Doors” open at 9 a.m. and the program starts at 9:15 a.m.
Meeting ID: 859 7252 5737
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