This week at New Wineskins: miracles as signposts…PLUS Pride in the Park info for this Saturday!
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May 28 Gathering: Zacchaeus
This week at New Wineskins: how the Zacchaeus story points us beyond repentance to reparations
May 21 Gathering: The Parable of the Talents
What have we been missing in the Parable of the Talents?
May 14 Gathering: Jonah
How will we love our enemies? The story of Jonah offers some insight.
May 7 Gathering: The Binding of Isaac
What if the story of Abraham and Isaac has less to do with obedience than with provision?
April 30 Gathering: The Story of Noah
Is the story of Noah, his family, and a catastrophic flood really the best way to introduce children to the Bible? And has the church’s use of that story with children impacted the way lots of adults still read the Bible today?
April 23 Gathering: Intro to Bible Stories for Grown-Ups
Join us this Sunday as we begin our community study of Bible Stories for Grown-Ups by Josh Scott!
April 16: Community Sabbath (No Gathering)
Once every 3 months we take a break from our weekly gatherings to provide space for rest and renewal. It’s one of the spiritual practices that are part of the rhythm of our community. There will be no gathering on Sunday, April 16.
Good Friday: Hung On A Tree
What do we really mean when we say Jesus died “to save us from our sins?” Was Jesus executed to correct our individual behaviors? Or was there something more systemic at work?
Maundy Thursday: Water to Wash Feet
It was one of Jesus’ final moments with his disciples, and one of their most intimate moments together. And while we often view it as symbolic of Jesus’ servant leadership, washing their feet was much more. It was an act of liberation.