Introducing 20s30s CrossBrew!

20s/30s CrossBrew: Crossing Boundaries, Crossing Paths
First Gathering this Thursday, September 5, 7:00pm
Allison English of All Saints’ is teaming up with her husband, Robert, of First United Methodist Church of Santa Monica so the two churches’ 20s/30s groups can get together. We will meet 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month. There will be socializing and discussion over beer (hence CrossBrew) and our overarching topic for the fall is: Learning to approach and interpret scripture, and explore how scripture has authority in our lives. For location and further information, email us

 

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September 5 we’ll be talking about Anglican/Episcopalian and Methodist approaches to issues of faith.
Are you in your 20s or 30s? We hope you’ll join us.

September 19 we’ll be sharing meaning from our various faith backgrounds – what meaning do we draw from our traditions?
Are you in your 20s or 30s? We hope you’ll join us.

October 3 Mysticism: what are mystical approaches to scripture Exploring writings of various mystics

October 17 Lectio Divina: the practice of traditional mystical engagement with scripture

November 7 Artistic approaches to interpreting scripture Exploring scriptural interpretations through various artistic media

November 21 Shared photo experiment (during the month have a theme for each week and have some scripture verses attached to each theme, invite everyone to find, interpreting the scripture through their images. At the meeting bring everyone together add the pictures and make a photo collage)

December 5 Comparative scripture study on birth narratives

December 19 Film clips which capture Advent themes; peace, hope, love, joy

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