Pub Theology, Standing with Our Neighbors, Marching for Women’s Equality, and Showing Up for Racial Justice…


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…

  1. Pub Theology is Thursday at 7pm at the Coffee Ethic, where topics include comparing and contrasting liberation theology with the prosperity gospel.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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!