Date(s) - 11/16/2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Cover of the book This Here Flesh: Spirituality, Liberation and the Stories That Make Us, by Cole Arthur Riley, creator of Black LiturgiesRev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern leads this reflection group on the writing and spiritual issues raised by the powerful and eloquent author of This Here Flesh: Spirituality, Liberation, and the Stories that Make Us, Cole Arthur Riley (creator of the online resource Black Liturgies). Before each session, the members of the group will write / draw / sculpt / dance / [insert preferred method of exploration here] private reflections on the topic of the upcoming chapter (listed below with each date). Then we read the chapter and come together to share deeply about that topic, led by Riley’s meditations and our own. We begin on November 2 and end just before Amy’s sabbatical begins in June.

The sessions are 7-8:30 pm on the first, third, and fifth Wednesdays; please note two skipped days. November 2 dignity, November 16 place, December 7 wonder, (no meeting on the 3rd Wed. in December; Winter Solstice service), January 4 calling, January 18 body, February 1 belonging, February 15 fear, March 1 lament, March 15 rage, (no meeting on the 5th Wed. in March; spring break), April 5 justice, April 19 repair, May 3 rest, May 17 joy, May 31 memory, June 7 liberation.

Our format is hybrid: join us in person in Room 10, or via Zoom.

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