This week provides several opportunities to join with friends from Brentwood and in the community to reflect and work for dignity and equality in the spirit of Jesus…
- Pub Theology is Thursday at 7pm at the Coffee Ethic, where topics include comparing and contrasting liberation theology with the prosperity gospel.
- “Standing with Our Neighbors: A Nonpartisan, Interfaith Community Service for Unity” is on Friday at 9am at the Drury University Diversity Center. It’s sponsored by Faith Voices of Southwest Missouri and the NAACP; speakers include Phil Snider and Wes Pratt, with music from Emily Bowen-Marler and members from Brentwood’s band.
- The Women’s March on Washington takes place this Saturday, with the corresponding Women’s March on Springfield from 9am-noon, with the purpose of standing for the rights of women and other marginalized groups.
- Show Up for Racial Justice with SURJ this Sunday at 3pm at Brentwood, as we reflect on ways to support a more racially just society in Springfield and beyond.
We’ll see you there!