This week at New Wineskins, we’ll talk about prayer—what it is, what it isn’t, and how we might reimagine the purpose and practice of prayer, both privately and corporately.
This week at New Wineskins we’ll view, listen to, and discuss various forms of protest art—music, poetry, and visual art forms—from the perspective of how they impact us both individually and as a faith community.
What if the path to real enlightenment is not in knowing, but in unknowing? Not in certainty, but in doubt?
Whether you’re a long-time participant in New Wineskins, a recent attendee, or just someone who’s curious about our community, we invite you to be part of these important discussions that will help us explore our identity and begin to map out our future.
We continue our Wineskins Workshops deep dive into the Sermon on the Mount this week with a look into Matthew 6:19-34 and what Jesus has to say about the things to which we assign value…especially systems and structures that tend to devalue the inherent dignity of the many for the benefit of the few.
In this strange time of social distancing and protecting ourselves from an invisible enemy with very visible consequences, maybe this Easter can teach us something we’ve been missing.
We resume our regular 1st & 3rd Monday schedule for Wineskins Workshops on Monday, April 6, with a look into how Jesus moves his audience from deconstruction toward reconstruction in Matthew 6.
Our discussion will center around how Jesus uses a traditional rabbinic teaching style to help his followers deconstruct their inherited faith systems.