Lynn Rhodes, professor emeritus of field education at Pacific School of Religion and author of Mending Severed Connections: Theological Education for Communal Transformation, will be the featured speaker at a Faith in Life Education Series workshop on Saturday, May 8 at Sacramento's Japanese United Methodist Church.
Sponsored by the Office of Community and Continuing Education at PSR, "Faithful Living in Fateful Times: Economy, Sacred Work, and Community" is a daylong (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) exploration of such questions as: How is your faith weathering the storms of our current economic climate? And: Where do congregation and community resources meet to offer hope to families in crisis?
Pre-registration fee is $25 ($20 for students), which includes lunch.
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Contact Ann Jefferson at 510.849.8284 or email@example.com for more information and to register.
Japanese United Methodist Church is located at 6929 Franklin Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95823.