What is "salvation" and can it ever really be personal?
Are we simply souls existing inside of bodies? Is our identity thoroughly spiritual without concern for the blood, bones, and flesh from which we’re made? Can we trust what our bodies tell us?
Do our religious institutions purposely ignore biblical mandates to care for those on the margins of society? How do we change the conversation?
If Mutual Aid is among the first biblical models of Christian community, why don’t we hear more about it? And why don’t more faith communities employ it as a means of resource sharing?
This week at New Wineskins: Guest Speaker Josh Scott on reading the parables
How do we empty ourselves not as individuals, but as communities working together for the common good?
This week at New Wineskins, Chris Wylie will lead us in a Labor Day Weekend conversation about how finding rest within the liturgical dialogical rhythms of our community restores us to be people who work for justice and equity in the world around us.
When we talk about who we are as a community, we often describe ourselves using “what” language...what we do, when we meet, what we talk about, etc. But what if the more compelling questions is not what, but WHY?
It’s plain that something is changing within the big-C Church. The question is, where are we going?
We're having a picnic!