Finding light in ancient traditions
The Lecture Series offers a home in the Pacific Northwest for all whose spiritual journey leads them to explore a progressive Christian theology as evidenced by the life and teachings of Jesus, and that promotes love, justice and compassion as expressed in the world’s great faith traditions.
Christianity is back in the headlines (when is it ever out of the news?) with questions about policies coming out of Washington DC and claims of Christianity that are alien to many of us. Is Christianity based in might and power and violence? Or in non-violent acts of inclusion and compassion? Both a violent and non-violent God is depicted in the Bible, so what are we to believe and where do we center our faith? Join us to explore this very topical subject at our 10th Anniversary lectures, March 3, 4, and 5, with John Dominic Crossan. Considered the preeminent Biblical and Jesus scholar alive today, Crossan will discuss his latest book,"How to Read the Bible and Still be a Christian" (HarperOne 2015). Tickets and more information at BrownPaperTickets.com (search Crossan). Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
The Lecture Series 10th Anniversary with
John Dominic Crossan | The Challenge of the Christian Bible
based on his book 'How to Read the Bible and Still be a Christian'
Friday, March 3 - Sunday, March 5 http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2785952
The Lecture Series began with a visit by Marcus Borg in February 2007, and since then we've hosted 20 speakers for 27 different events. If you are feeling dismayed in this new political climate, spending a weekend with John Dominic Crossan is sure to help you regain solid footing in your faith tradition. Please join us!
If you marched, if you are challenged by our political climate, if you consider yourself to be a person of faith, join us at UCUCC for The Lecture Series 10th anniversary lecture series weekend on
March 3, 4 & 5, "The Challenge of the Christian Bible" with John Dominic Crossan, one of the most admired and most controversial scholars of the New Testament. Tickets at
Crossan shares that justice is the body of love, and love is the soul of justice.
We are so excited to announce that one of The Lecture Series favorite speakers is returning: John Dominic Crossan will speak on March 3, 4 and 5 on "The Challenge of the Christian Bible". Don't miss our 10th anniversary celebration and an opportunity to hear him! Tickets at:
brownpapertickets.com Please join us for some or all of a full weekend of lectures with renowned theologian and Lecture Series long-time friend, John Dominic Crossan, on his most recent book, How to Read the Bible and Still Be a Christian: Struggling with Divine Violence from Genesis through Revelation (2015).
Join us for the 10th anniversary of The Lecture Series, March 3, 4 and 5!
Please join us for some or all of a full weekend o... Get more info and tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2766162!
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Alastair McIntosh | Spiritual Activism, Climate Change and Liberation Theology | February 5, 6, 7
Alastair McIntosh Alastair McIntosh is a Scottish writer, broadcaster and activist on social, environmental and spiritual issues living in Govan, Scotland. He is best known for his books including Hell & High Water: Climate Change, Hope and the Human Condition on the cultural and spiritual dimensions of climate change, and Soil and Soul. His newest book is Spiritual Activism (Oct 2015 Green
If you are interested in the intersection between spirituality and ecology, join us on February 5, 6 and 7 for
Alastair McIntosh | Spiritual Activism, Climate Change and Liberation Theology for our Times
Scottish author, activist and teacher Alastair McIntosh leads a three day series of lectures on climate change and spiritual activism at UCUCC in Seattle.
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Only a limited number of tickets are left for the Sweet Honey in the Rock holiday concert at University Congregational United Church of Chris, Seattle:
SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK: CELEBRATING THE HOLYDAYS!
Legendary a cappella masters Sweet Honey in the Rock bring their holiday concert to University Congregational United Church of Christ, Seattle, on Saturday, December 5th, 4 pm. Bring the family for a once in a lifetime opportunity to hear this extraordinary, Grammy award winning group. Only a few tickets remain: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2049240
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