ADULT ED – MODERN IMAGES OF GOD
What does it mean to be “made in the image of God?” Richard Rohr writes, “any God worthy of the name must transcend creeds and denominations, time and place, nations and ethnicities, and all the vagaries of gender, extending to the limits of all we can see, suffer and enjoy.” Yet many of us grow up with a static image of God: an old, white man sitting on a throne in the sky. Together in this class, we will explore and reimagine personal and collective images of God. Using music, writings and art, we will reflect on how God appears in the world.
Facilitator: Allison Arsenault
Dates: November 28, December 5, 12, and 19.
Location: Art Classroom in the Sanctuary Building