This Lenten discussion series begins Tuesday, March 7 at 6 p.m. and is offered by the new social justice ministry, Seek and Serve. It will include a light supper, followed by a short video and then discussion. A reading/discussion guide will be provided free to all participants. People of all viewpoints are encouraged to attend.
Is There Something Wrong With the Prosperity Gospel? (March 14)
At the Corner of Church and State: What’s the Proper Role of Each in Caring for the Poor? (March 21)
The Gospel According to New Orleans (March 28)
Outside the Gate: The Poor and the Global Economy (April 4)
Beyond “Serial Charity” to a Just Society ” (April 11)
This series was created by Jim Wallis and Sojourners and teaches how to connect biblical faith with contemporary responses to poverty, both in your neighborhood and around the world.
According to Wallis, “When the wealthy are dying from diseases of overabundance and the poor are dying from inadequate health care, poor diets, and stress-related illnesses, there is spiritual disease in society.”