CL.002 Especially for Women

Taught by Rev. Diane Quaintance, retired pastor of Village Church. 9:30-11 a.m. Fridays, Jan. 7-May 27, Room 126. *No cost for class.*
Vendor: Village U

Do you like to dig deeper into your life and faith? Especially for Women is a class where you can do that. From Jan.7-Feb. 18, we will continue our study of “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration” by a masterful storyteller and meticulous historian, Isabel Wilkerson. From Feb. 25-April 8, Kaitlin Curtice, the 2022 Visiting Scholar, will be our guide to understanding our past and the possibilities of a better future in this land we call home. Her book “Native” calls us to dig deeper into our faith and justice, and changes our perspective on indigenous peoples. Lastly, from April 15-May 27, we will reflect on the heart of Christianity and how we relate to one another, as we study one of the most, and least, known men of the 21st century, Pope Francis, in “Jesus, Pope Francis, and a Protestant Walk Into a Bar: Lessons for the Christian Church.” For more information, call Rev. Diane Quaintance at 913-850-8647. Child care is not provided.