What makes it hard for you to be hopeful?
What circumstances seem to make it difficult to believe that a better tomorrow is possible?
In a time when our news feeds and public discourse seems filled with hatred, violence, and victimization, how can we not only imagine a better future, but become agents of that future?
Are we doomed to hopelessness, or is resurrection possible?
This week at New Wineskins, we’ll wrap up our Eastertide series on resurrection and atonement with a conversation about what it takes to move beyond historic moments of conflict and strife into full flourishing for all human beings. Our video this week will feature Dr. Robyn Henderson Espinoza talking about “The Tyranny of the Now” and how oppressive systems and structures are destroying marginalized communities through greed and exploitation…and where hope can still be found.
Join us this Sunday, May 22, in our New Wineskins Virtual Theology Pub by
6:00pm EST: Happy Half-Hour (informal meet & greet time)
6:30pm EST: Presentation & conversation begin
Get ready for Pride in the Park 2022!
New Wineskins is proud to once again be a sponsor for OutMOV‘s annual Pride in the Park celebration happening Saturday, June 4, at Parkersburg City Park in Parkersburg, WV. We’ll need folks to staff our tent during the day and items for the gift basket we’ll be giving away during the event. Contact us to let us know how you can help!
Invest in our community!
Want to invest in our community for Spiritual Exiles and our work to create and support online micro-communities focused on justice and liberation? New Wineskins has partnered with Affirm Fundraising to manage a new online giving platform to make it easy for you to support the work we do! Just click the link below to give. Recurring gifts support the community over the long-term…your assistance helps us grow and sustain the important work we’re doing together!