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St. Andrew's Community Meal Resumes May 6 6-7 pm Serving our community with a warm, home-cooked meal. We are here to provide a FREE meal, along with indoor community dining and conversation. Everyone welcome! Enter Door 6 of the Great Hall Building. No registration necessary. Masks and social distancing will be required.
Saturday, May 8. One-hour shifts start at 9 am. Spend an hour in our Youth & Sports Center in a team that works together to combine ingredients into food packs.
Please join us for a reading and discussion on the book A Good Time for the Truth edited by Sun Yung Shin. We will be reading communally and then have a small group discussion. Four Thursdays in April and May.
Civil Conversations: Whiteness Thursday, March 25 - 7 pm - Via Zoom Join a panel discussion about whiteness. Panelists will be sharing how learning a fuller history of whiteness helps set all of us free and brings us together, making our world less divided. Panel will be answering tough questions from the congregation about whiteness and its history. Join Zoom Meeting https://saintandrews-org.zoom.us/j/91725967890?pwd=OW9RY1A4YnBLZFZwa0w3VVBiV2dDQT09 Meeting ID: 917 2596 7890 Passcode: 330502 Mobile dial-in: (Chicago) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) +1 253 215 8782 US What is Civil Conversations? A place to convene about difficult topics, with no shame/no blame, just real conversation with real people and each other. Our next Civil Conversations topic explores Whiteness. Talking about “Whiteness” can feel polarizing and bring up a lot of personal emotions. This demonstrates how important it is to talk about it and understand the impact for us all. Talking about “Whiteness” is not about shaming white people, it is about exploring the system of “Whiteness” together to build a better shared understanding of the world we live in. Panelists: The Rev. Jason Chesnut, ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in American (ELCA), is a freelance filmmaker, itinerant pastor, and digital preacher, working on the edges of institutional Christianity. His films are committed to a new kind of storytelling (ANKOSfilms.com), and his work extends into movements for justice and liberation. A native of Texas, Jason graduated from Texas Lutheran University and the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. He lives as close as possible to mountains, and in an alternate universe he would be a wildlife photographer. Tori Williams Douglass is a writer, speaker, educator, and activist. She [...]