Social Justice Sunday School Class

This Sunday, 4/10 between the first and second worship celebrations, we will be holding a discussion of two recent films we have viewed as a class on LGBTQ issues and the church: “A Fish Out of Water” wish you must rent to see (http://www.fishoutofwaterfilm.com/) and a sermon by Rev. Michael Piazza of Cathedral of Hope in Dallas at http://www2.cathedralofhope.com/general/15-about-us/67-homosexuality-a-christianity.  Everyone is welcome at this discussion.

Our class is writing a letter to President Obama every month of his presidency, to help him stay connected so once a month we have a brainstorming session of things to tell him.  April 24 is our next occasion to do this and all are welcome.   Also, on May 1st we will begin a 6 session study of immigration issues which was written by Rev. Madeline Henners of NW Hills UMC in Austin (a young clergy person and Latina).  We will be doing the study every other week and as usual you can drop in to any of the sessions if you can’t come to all.  Dates: 5/1, 5/15, 5/29, 6/12, 6/26, 7/10.  We welcome everyone.  This is Sunday school without guilt or homework!  We hope to see you there.

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