Austin Civil Rights Stories

Sponsored by Beloved Community. REGISTER HERE and Zoom will send you a link Sunday, July 12, 2:00 This documentary was filmed in 2017 by PBS/KLRU. It is a description of numerous civil rights stories caused by systemic racism in our city in the 20th Century. The struggle of our neighbors…

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Finding Wholeness in the Sabbath

By Joyce Palevitz I have been thinking a lot recently about what it means to observe the Sabbath. I’ve returned to some books that have guided me along the way in the past 10 years or so: Abraham Joshua Heschel’s “The Sabbath” provides grounding in Sabbath-keeping from a Jewish perspective.…

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Of Rocks, the Bible, and Other Sacred Things

By Ellen Jockusch The highlight of my summer, from when I was age 9 to 17, was spending a week at Camp Capers, the camp of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas.  It’s hard to overstate how excited I was as it got closer to the date my parents would…

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Thirst: God and the Alcoholic Experience

Dates: Alternate Sunday evenings, 6:30 pm, starting June 14 on Zoom. The Fellowship* will study/discuss Thirst: God and the Alcoholic Experience by James B. Nelson.  The author addresses the complexities of addiction through a spiritual and theological point of view, offering grace, hope, and wholeness to addicts and those who love them. Register by…

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SNACKTIME/SOCIAL/SHOW & TELL

Leader: Amanda Wischkaemper Thursdays, June 18 – August 6, 10:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m on Zoom. Registration: Please register here, and Zoom will send you a link. Grab a snack and join your church friends online! We’ll share art and work in response to the previous Sunday’s Children’s Chapel, while we catch…

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