Adult Learning Hour: Fall 2018

Please join us Sunday at 9:00AM in the fellowship hall (enter the front doors and look to your right) for Adult Learning Hour. Everyone is welcome to join these free learning hours.

September 30th: How Do We Know We’re Right?

It isn’t just the political system that is polarized around ecological issues. Christians find themselves aligned with political divisions. What does it mean to be “right”? Does it matter? What can we learn from the Bible, Jesus, Francis of Assisi, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, & others on humility, crossing boundaries & being right – or wrong?

October 7th: Living Cully/Verde: A Neighborhood Model for Sustainability and Justice

Our guest speaker will discuss the Living Cully Community Energy Plan — how our neighbors are working together to create a more sustainable and just neighborhood.

October 14th: The Environmental Consequences of Militarism & War

Discussion will focus on the economic and environmental consequences of our enormous military expenditures. Dr. Donohoe always includes practical suggestions for promoting peace.

October 21st: The Importance of Constituent Letters in Reducing World Hunger

Robin Stephenson, BFW Northwest Regional Coordinator, will share a brief history of BFW and discuss the importance of directly engaging our Congressional representatives on hunger issues.