Join us this Sunday, May 9, for a conversation about how faith communities can critique the systemic sins of greed and violence and work toward more equitable and just societal norms.
During the Season of Easter our community will reflect on what it looks like to begin to emerge from the extended Lent of Pandemic that has been marked not just by Coronavirus, but also by our confrontation with injustice and oppression in its many forms: racism, white supremacy, homophobia, classism, and more.
How we hear, interpret, and tell sacred stories helps us both live into and out of the narratives that shape us. This week Drew guides us on a community journey through story and gives us the opportunity to express how we experience the divine through the tales that arise within us.
What does Lent look like when you move the focus away from mortality and toward resurrection?
Join us this Friday, April 10, at 6:00pm for our first-ever New Wineskins Good Friday observance, "A Death to Awaken: A Virtual Good Friday Liturgy for Spiritual Exiles."
What if resurrection is really not a miracle at all? What if resurrection was the most natural thing we could possibly believe in? What if it's the most natural thing we could experience?
For centuries, communities of people who follow the ways of Jesus have marked the days of Holy Week in special ways.
What do we really know about the Resurrection? What did it mean to the first followers of Jesus, and how does that impact our lives today?
This Sunday at New Wineskins, we'll reflect on the Passion stories that guide our worship of the resurrected Jesus and look behind the scenes to see what deeper significance they might have for us in our present contexts.