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Spring Lecture Series 2022

Friday evening

Whole-person Engagement with Scripture

Rather than engaging with the Bible from the neck up, Jody Washburn makes the case for whole-person engagement with scripture. Bringing awareness of our stories and the legacies we carry from our families and communities to our reading of the Bible opens the way for cultivating rich and dynamic relationships–with ourselves, with God, and with each other.

Friday Evening 7:30 PM PDT
Encourage people to join by zoom but there is also a YouTube link

Sabbath School

Metaphors in our Journey Toward Wholeness

What metaphors do you find most helpful and healing in your spiritual journey? Why does the biblical text contain SO many different metaphors? And how might this plethora of images and analogies for understanding God and what it means to be human provide a framework wide enough to hold us in the many twists and turns of life?

Sabbath Morning 9:00 AM PDT

Church Service

A Short History of Seeing

In this message, Washburn will reflect on seeing in the Hebrew Bible as more than visual perception. Seeing involves perception more broadly, a grasp of living reality. God sees and acts. Humans see and are seen. In seeing and being seen, we move toward wholeness and healing. 

Sabbath Morning 11:00 AM PDT

In-person and live on YouTube

Sabbath Afternoon

Engaging Compassionately in the Journey Toward Wholeness

In this interactive workshop, we will explore the ideas of wellbeing and what it means to move toward wholeness. Three particular examples of compassionate engagement that Washburn will discuss as part of this afternoon program are: 1) cultivating a soft, open heart; 2) developing skill in embracing the dynamic nature of life; and 3) looking inward in order to orient outward.

Sabbath Afternoon 1:45 PM PDT

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