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.
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.
June 22 marks our community’s celebration of Pride Month as we welcome OutMOV president Jeanne Peters as our guest speaker!
The question is, will we break toward the common good, or will we dig back into our entrenched hyper-individualism?
Has Christian mission always been a positive influence in the world? Or is there a dark side, one we need to figuratively burn down, in order to recapture our call to the missio dei, God's mission for God's world?
Everyday sights, smells, and sounds that trigger something deep within us that foster a a rich sense of thankfulness in our very core.
Is there something in our struggle to know and be known by God that dislocates us?
This week at New Wineskins we'll talk about the issue of God and gender, discuss how patriarchy affects our perceptions of God, and consider the history and importance of the Divine Feminine.
What does the apostle Paul mean in Romans 12 when he writes about renewing our minds?
The Gabriel Project of West Virginia benefits families without adequate financial resources to meet the tangible needs of a new baby. They provide necessary baby items, such as new cribs, new car seats, diapers, formula, clothing, and hygiene products at no or low cost to clients.