Dates: 4 Sundays, June 24, July 1, 8, and 15
Time: 1:30-3:00 pm
Tuition: $15/4 sessions on or before June 14; $20 after
Enrollment: 8 min./35 max.
Location: Raindrop Foundation of San Antonio (4337 Vance Jackson Rd., SATX 78230)
Across four Sundays, we will study, break bread together, and discuss Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy. Each week we will dive into one or two chapters, exploring Sandberg’s insights on how to rebuild life after shattering event. A different member of the group will be asked to lead that week’s discussion. Co-sponsored by our friends at the Raindrop Foundation of San Antonio and the Dialogue Institute, this group is organized by Sumeyra Tek, Fatma Arslan, and Dhawn Martin
Dr. Fatma Arslan teaches electrical engineering at UTSA and is a leader in the Dialogue Institute of the Southwest. Dr. Dhawn Martin is the Executive Director of the SoL Center. Sumeyra Tek is a PhD student in Physics at UTSA and volunteers as Outreach and Event Coordinator of the Dialog Institute of the Southwest.
Dates: Three days, Tuesday, July 10-Thursday, July 12
Tuition: $35/3 sessions before July 2, $40 after (5th person free per group)
Enrollment: 12 min./50 max.
A primary theme that will be explored in this study is God’s promise to be with the world, to be present. Different expressions of this promise will be examined, as well as how this promise has sustained diverse communities across time.
Reverend San Williams, an ordained Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), most recently served as Interim Pastor at University Presbyterian Church in San Antonio. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Union Seminary in New York City, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He has served Presbyterian churches in Houston, Corpus Christi, and most recently, Austin, as Pastor of University Presbyterian Church of Austin.