You are invited to a free event ... THE CIRCLE – Explore your Life's Journey
THE CIRCLE is a place to gain a deeper understanding of our unique Life Journey. It is about Existential Expression of where we are in this moment and how we hope to live. We come together to share our Deepest Thoughts, to be Heard, to Grow and be Witnessed. No person is Questioned or given Advice. In THE CIRCLE we will practice Deep Listening and Acceptance of others. Each person is allotted an equal amount of time to speak and/or to remain silent.
• Existential Expression of where we are in this moment.
• Share our Life Journey – Spiritual Journey
• Explore Higher Consciousness and Self-Realization.
• The Search for Enlightenment and Bliss.
• Reflect on possible Solutions to challenges and Celebrate Accomplishments
• Share Set-Backs and Disappointments.
• Express one’s search for Happiness.
• Make Friends and Build Community of Like-Minded-People.
• Have Fun and be Playful with the Creative Process.
Facilitators: Andre, Judith de Zanger and Ben Adams - [masked] 212. [masked] www.creativityinstitute.net
Come at 12:15 to 1 pm for Coffee Hour
Come at 10 am for a Lecture – “Three Archetypal Women Figures from The Bible” with Phyllis Trible, Ph.D.
Join us as internationally-known Biblical scholar and rhetorical critic Phyllis Trible explores archetypal
themes as represented by three powerful women in the Hebrew Bible
Sundays, May 5, 12 and 19
At 11:15 am for a Lecture – “Black Liberation Theology in Differing 21st Century Contexts” with Nixon Cleophat
May 5, 12, 19
This series will explore the historical contours of black liberation theology in the 21st century and its application in different religious and cultural contexts. Focus will be upon two critical issues: first, the impact of black liberation theology on the church and upon other disciplines that stress issues of sexism, racism, and sexual orientation and oppression; and second, the application of black liberation theology in a non-American and non-Christian sociological context, including an examination of Haitian vodou as a lens into this feature.
May 5: Historical Roots and Contours of Black Liberation Theology
May 12: Responses of the Church and the Academy to Black Liberation Theology
May 19: Feminist/Womanist Theological Challenges to Black Liberation Theology
May 26: (at 10:00 a.m.) Black Theology in the 21st Century: Relevance Beyond, The American Socio-Cultural Context