Posts Tagged With 'Feminist'
The May issue of Chimes is now available. In this month’s issue:
- Celebrating the women of Westminster
- Presbyterian Women of Westminster reboots
- Feminist theology sparks a new conversation
- New cabins are being constructed at Camp Henry
- Our Heritage Sunday list of 50+ year members
Wednesday: Feminist and womanist theology
Join an intergenerational dialogue in the chapel from 6:00–7:30p. This week’s conversation will center around “Golden Girls: Naomi and Ruth, In-Laws and In Between.” Join our intergenerational dialogue on the stories two women integral to each other’s redemption and survival.
Please note: No childcare or dinner this week.
Give the gift of Camp this Christmas
Are you looking for the perfect gift to give to your loved one at Christmas? Consider giving the gift of camp—register them for summer camp 2014—or sign them up for one of our upcoming events: New Year’s Eve Camp, Spring Sweep, or Dad & Me Weekend!
Missed worship? Read the additional bulletin announcements and calendar here.
Tuesday: Employment networking event
The EaRN/Westminster Works program invites you to NetWork 2 NewWork, an employment networking event, on Tuesday, November 19, from 5:00–8:00p! Everyone is welcome to attend this free professional gathering focused on networking and building careers. RSVP at www.nw2nw.org. Space is limited to the first 100 participants.
Wednesday: WOW! with Feminist/Womanist theology
Join us this Wednesday for Westminster on Wednesday (WOW!). Come for dinner at 5:30p, and stay for conversation with friends, or join the Feminist and Womanist Theology discussion group at 6:00p for “The Real Housewives of Abraham: Sarah and Hagar, Dueling Matriarchs,” a dialogue about the women and feminist voices in the bible, throughout history, and in our public spheres.
Saturday: Catching Fire
People who would like to follow up on this month’s WOW! viewing of The Hunger Games can gather to see its sequel Catching Fire at Celebration Cinema North. We’ll gather in the lobby at 2:15p for a 2:45p showtime on Saturday, November 23. Purchase of tickets online in advance of that day is encouraged. We’ll discuss the movie during the education hour on Sunday, December 1.