Aug
8
Sun
Octavia’s Parables Podcast Discussion Group – See email
Aug 8 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Reflections on “Octavia’s Parables,” a podcast hosted by Octavia’s Brood co-editor and activist adrienne maree brown, and “Parable of the Sower Opera” creator Toshi Reagon – If you appreciated Rev. Karen’s November 22 reflection on change, you might be interested in a new group that will begin in January.  “Octavia’s Parables” is a deep dive into Octavia Butler’s books Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents.  Each episode runs about an hour, during which the cohosts offer a summary of the chapter, their analysis of the issues they find relevant to this time, some questions to guide our thinking about how to apply these to our lives and communities – and music.
This will be an open, drop-in group that will meet weekly for an hour.  Come to as many or as few as you can!  We’ll commit to listening to each episode before our meeting on it, and spend our time together discussing the reflection questions offered.  It would be helpful to read the books before our group begins – or to at least read each chapter before the episode on it.
We’ll meet on Sundays starting 1-10-2021 at 4:00.  Please check out the trailer here, and feel free to begin listening to see if this is for you!
Aug
10
Tue
Rev. Karen’s Drop-in Hours on Zoom
Aug 10 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Aug
15
Sun
Octavia’s Parables Podcast Discussion Group – See email
Aug 15 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Reflections on “Octavia’s Parables,” a podcast hosted by Octavia’s Brood co-editor and activist adrienne maree brown, and “Parable of the Sower Opera” creator Toshi Reagon – If you appreciated Rev. Karen’s November 22 reflection on change, you might be interested in a new group that will begin in January.  “Octavia’s Parables” is a deep dive into Octavia Butler’s books Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents.  Each episode runs about an hour, during which the cohosts offer a summary of the chapter, their analysis of the issues they find relevant to this time, some questions to guide our thinking about how to apply these to our lives and communities – and music.
This will be an open, drop-in group that will meet weekly for an hour.  Come to as many or as few as you can!  We’ll commit to listening to each episode before our meeting on it, and spend our time together discussing the reflection questions offered.  It would be helpful to read the books before our group begins – or to at least read each chapter before the episode on it.
We’ll meet on Sundays starting 1-10-2021 at 4:00.  Please check out the trailer here, and feel free to begin listening to see if this is for you!
Aug
17
Tue
Rev. Karen’s Drop-in Hours on Zoom
Aug 17 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Aug
22
Sun
Octavia’s Parables Podcast Discussion Group – See email
Aug 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Reflections on “Octavia’s Parables,” a podcast hosted by Octavia’s Brood co-editor and activist adrienne maree brown, and “Parable of the Sower Opera” creator Toshi Reagon – If you appreciated Rev. Karen’s November 22 reflection on change, you might be interested in a new group that will begin in January.  “Octavia’s Parables” is a deep dive into Octavia Butler’s books Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents.  Each episode runs about an hour, during which the cohosts offer a summary of the chapter, their analysis of the issues they find relevant to this time, some questions to guide our thinking about how to apply these to our lives and communities – and music.
This will be an open, drop-in group that will meet weekly for an hour.  Come to as many or as few as you can!  We’ll commit to listening to each episode before our meeting on it, and spend our time together discussing the reflection questions offered.  It would be helpful to read the books before our group begins – or to at least read each chapter before the episode on it.
We’ll meet on Sundays starting 1-10-2021 at 4:00.  Please check out the trailer here, and feel free to begin listening to see if this is for you!
Aug
24
Tue
Rev. Karen’s Drop-in Hours on Zoom
Aug 24 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Aug
29
Sun
Octavia’s Parables Podcast Discussion Group – See email
Aug 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Reflections on “Octavia’s Parables,” a podcast hosted by Octavia’s Brood co-editor and activist adrienne maree brown, and “Parable of the Sower Opera” creator Toshi Reagon – If you appreciated Rev. Karen’s November 22 reflection on change, you might be interested in a new group that will begin in January.  “Octavia’s Parables” is a deep dive into Octavia Butler’s books Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents.  Each episode runs about an hour, during which the cohosts offer a summary of the chapter, their analysis of the issues they find relevant to this time, some questions to guide our thinking about how to apply these to our lives and communities – and music.
This will be an open, drop-in group that will meet weekly for an hour.  Come to as many or as few as you can!  We’ll commit to listening to each episode before our meeting on it, and spend our time together discussing the reflection questions offered.  It would be helpful to read the books before our group begins – or to at least read each chapter before the episode on it.
We’ll meet on Sundays starting 1-10-2021 at 4:00.  Please check out the trailer here, and feel free to begin listening to see if this is for you!
Aug
31
Tue
Rev. Karen’s Drop-in Hours on Zoom
Aug 31 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

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Sep
5
Sun
Octavia’s Parables Podcast Discussion Group – See email
Sep 5 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Reflections on “Octavia’s Parables,” a podcast hosted by Octavia’s Brood co-editor and activist adrienne maree brown, and “Parable of the Sower Opera” creator Toshi Reagon – If you appreciated Rev. Karen’s November 22 reflection on change, you might be interested in a new group that will begin in January.  “Octavia’s Parables” is a deep dive into Octavia Butler’s books Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents.  Each episode runs about an hour, during which the cohosts offer a summary of the chapter, their analysis of the issues they find relevant to this time, some questions to guide our thinking about how to apply these to our lives and communities – and music.
This will be an open, drop-in group that will meet weekly for an hour.  Come to as many or as few as you can!  We’ll commit to listening to each episode before our meeting on it, and spend our time together discussing the reflection questions offered.  It would be helpful to read the books before our group begins – or to at least read each chapter before the episode on it.
We’ll meet on Sundays starting 1-10-2021 at 4:00.  Please check out the trailer here, and feel free to begin listening to see if this is for you!
Sep
7
Tue
Rev. Karen’s Drop-in Hours on Zoom
Sep 7 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Check email for zoom link