Wednesday Night Classes for Adults

Wednesday evening supper begins at 5:20 p.m. and will remain open until 6:00 p.m. Reservations are necessary (unless you’ve already signed up for a standing reservation)! You may contact the church office to make a reservation (deb@hbclouisville.org; 502-451-3735). Cost is $7.00 for adults, $3.50 for children under the age of 12, and a maximum of $21.00 per household (immediate family). Our meals are catered by Gracious Plenty. Click here to view the menu.

 

Classes meet 6:10-7:15 p.m.

September 4-25

Spiritual Sustainability in Troubling Times

When the news brings word each day of increasing division, destruction, and looming dangers, it can feel almost foolish to dream dreams or envisions a better future. In times like these, how do we be people of hope? God calls us to trust that a future is coming when the lion lies with the lamb, food abounds freely for all, and our weapons transform into tools that nurture our common earth. But how? How do we spiritually pace ourselves knowing that peace takes time? We will come together this first class of our Wednesday night year to consider what freedom looks like during these times. Walter Brueggemann and Thomas Merton will offer us some theological tools to consider how we might freely lean into God’s Dream for us without burning out. Together, we will seek to discover how we might think, feel, and heal our way to a sustainable spirituality in troubling times. Classes will meet in Fellowship Hall and will be facilitated by Carol Harston. Join us as we begin our Year of Freedom.