What if we thought of "wilderness" not so much as a suffering to be discharged, but as a necessary challenge without which no growth can come?
As we gather together this Labor Day weekend, we at New Wineskins want to celebrate the holiness of work and the various labor movements that have and continue to fight for the rights of working class people around the world.
This week at New Wineskins, we’ll have some open dialogue about how we can remain courageous in the midst of our shared struggles. We’ll talk about how we can look beyond the simplistic platitudes of religion to find the strength we need to carry on and move forward despite feeling overwhelmed.
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.
This Sunday at New Wineskins we'll engage with Thomas Merton and Howard Thurmond to discuss what we mean when we say God is Love.
What if the path to real enlightenment is not in knowing, but in unknowing? Not in certainty, but in doubt?
As New Wineskins returns to Sundays this week, we’ll have a conversation about what it means to be a Christian in the world today, in America in particular, and in our own local contexts.
June 22 marks our community’s celebration of Pride Month as we welcome OutMOV president Jeanne Peters as our guest speaker!
Biblical storytelling is a unique way to encounter and humanize the scriptures. This week, Rev. Drew Willard, a semi-retired pastor in the United Church of Christ, will walk us through a fun and fascinating look into the story of Jonah.