What can we learn by looking at the biblical stories of those who were voiceless? We will look past the “winners”—especially King David—to those whose lives are more complicated by loss, betrayal, and politics. Discover what these stories tell us about the text of the Hebrew Bible and our own culture with poet and scholar Michal Lemberger.
Sundays, July 23, 4:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m., $17/1 session
Community, in all its shapes and expressions, will be the primary theme explored in this three session course. Great Cloud of Witnesses, as a rich metaphor for community, is examined and experienced as a continuing and sustaining presence throughout this study. Join us as Rev. Traci Smith leads this discussion of the PW/Horizons Bible Study.
Tuesday-Thursday, July 25-27, 10:30 a.m.-Noon p.m., $35/3 sessions
Get ready to tap your feet and twirl around the floor! If that doesn't tempt you, then surely this will: Frito pie, a San Antonio original.
But that's just one of the delectable treats that will transport you back to the sights, sounds, and tastes of the 1940s.
All all for great causes--to benefit the work of the SoL Center and to honor Barry Hubbard and Rev. Ann E Helmke, two individuals who have contributed tirelessly to their communities.
Sunday, September 17, 4:00-6:00 pm, tickets $40; giving levels available