48th Annual Spring Lecture Series
Twice yearly, Green Lake Church broadens its outlook by inviting guest speakers on topics of current interest. Each series comprises four sessions, a soup supper (potluck), and a vegetarian potluck lunch.

Spring 2016 Lecture Series
Falling in Love: Our Call to Care for All Creation
May 6-7


with

Mike Schut

Mr. Schut has edited/partially authored three books: “Simpler Living, Compassionate Life: A Christian Perspective”; “Food and Faith: Justice, Joy, and Daily Bread”; and “Money and Faith: The Search for Enough”. He has served as the national Episcopal Church’s Economic and Environmental Affairs Officer, on staff for the Seattle-based Earth Ministry, and as Program Coordinator for Seattle University’s Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability.

Friday, May 6, 2016
6:30p Soup Supper (Potluck)
7:30p “Compassion and Belovedness: Biblical, Theological, and Spiritual Roots of Creation Care”

Sabbath, May 7, 2016
9:30a Sabbath School: Wes Lauer in conversation with Mike Schut
11:00a Sermon by Mike Schut
12:30p Lunch (Potluck)
2:00p “Economics as if Creation Mattered: How Shall We Then Live?”

Mike Schut

48th Annual Spring Lecture Series
Falling in Love: Our Call to Care for All Creation

Friday night, May 6:
“Compassion and Belovedness: Biblical, Theological, and Spiritual Roots of Creation Care”


Sabbath Morning Sermon, May 7:
Sermon by Mike Schut


Sabbath Afternoon, May 7:
“Economics as if Creation Mattered: How Shall We Then Live?”