What if we could see the sacraments not just as rites we participate in as individuals for our own private spiritual experiences, but as subversive acts that emancipate whole communities and liberate those who exist on the margins of public policy and institutions?
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How do we empty ourselves not as individuals, but as communities working together for the common good?
It’s plain that something is changing within the big-C Church. The question is, where are we going?
We are very excited to have Helen Ryde (they/them), organizer with the Reconciling Ministries Network, as our guest for this week‘s gathering!
Join us this Sunday, May 9, for a conversation about how faith communities can critique the systemic sins of greed and violence and work toward more equitable and just societal norms.
This Christmas Eve, we invite you to join us in a special visual liturgy and community love feast in the progressive Wesleyan tradition as we gather virtually to reflect on the incarnation and the holy revelation of the divine within the material.
If you're looking to discover or re-discover something holy, but traditional "church" isn't for you, we might be just the community you've been hoping for.
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.