How can Christian faith and spiritual practice help reshape the public square for the common good? What does spiritual and congregational formation look like for social change? Why does Jesus still matter for a world where all creatures can thrive and flourish?
On Sunday, February 18, 6:00–7:30pm, come to Creekside to hear our guest speaker Rev. Dr. Jay Emerson Johnson, assistant professor of theology and culture at Pacific School of Religion, present on this topic. He will address such questions by returning to the radical first-century social practice at the heart of Christian faith: table fellowship. Considering some of the reasons why this practice was ever considered “radical” can provide a compelling and sustainable spiritual framework for transformative ministries rooted in compassion and generosity.
Dinner will be served at 6:00, and the speaker will begin around 6:30pm. Please register online for the dinner by February 13 so that appropriate food quantities can be prepared. Suggested pricing is $12 for adults, $8 for youth and children 10 and over, and free for children under 10.