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A conversation with current class members.
Thoughtful Christian concentrates mainly on current events and world problems, but also studies short books and publications of a religious nature. It’s not a Bible study class; there is no lecturer or study guide, and leadership is rotated. Members are asked for ideas of topics or books to study, which are chosen by consensus. Sometimes the class draws on PCUSA, PEVA, or DEM (Director of Education Ministries) materials for resources. Some items can be covered in one lesson, while others last several months. This format keeps the class interesting and keeps people coming back. The group started in 2006 and currently has about 15-20 members. New members are always welcome!
How did you begin attending this class and why do you stay?
What are the goals of the class?
How does this class help you build relationships with others?
How is this class helping you deepen your relationship with God?
What is your biggest “aha” moment during this study on racism?
How did the class decide to study racism? Did this topic interest you?
What outcome do you hope to achieve?
How do you define racial justice and racism?
What have you learned about white privilege?
What materials are you using?
How do you want to share what you learn with the congregation and others?
What have you learned that surprised you?
How does the class handle different viewpoints?
Class members travel together and celebrate life's important moments.
Mondays -Thursdays 9am - 5pmFridays 9am - 1pm