Sunday Services are held weekly thoughout the year at 11:00 a.m. with a social hour to follow.
Sunday September 21: Cara Shufelt will give a presentation entitled:
Courageous Resistance: Building Safe & Welcoming Communities for All
With Ferguson on our minds, a fight for driver cards here in Oregon and the call for more war abroad, we are in a moment when the world's problems can feel quite daunting. As Dennis Kucinich recently shared, "Yes, we live in an uncertain world, but we can be certain of our own choices and their consequences. Let us create new paths toward self-empowerment, towards transformational courage." Join Cara Shufelt of the Rural Organizing Project for a talk where we will unpack some of the fronts of our struggle for justice and uncover ways that rural Oregonians are building courageous communities of resistance, transformation and connection.
Cara Shufelt is Director and Organizer with the Rural Organizing Project. Cara has been organizing with small town human dignity groups across the state on racial, economic and gender justice, peace and human dignity for over 10 years.
Arline LaMear will be the lay leader, Kate & Mike Summers will provide refreshments and Erin Glenn & Diego will be our greeters.