Claiming our Voices—Claiming our Truths

Thursday, November 8, 2018 | 6:15pm

This November, all are invited to join Canon Vicar Dana Corsello for a month-long series exploring and claiming the stories that women hold in their bodies, their voices, and their souls.

Through our own shared stories, we will see how we are blessed in our brokenness (as Jesus tells us each time we share Holy Communion). We will experience power, truth—the kind of fundamental truth that, once revealed, we will realize was always present—and, ultimately, healing.

Come and be fed; come and be empowered; come and be healed.


A gathering for fellowship over wine/sparkling beverages and dinner precedes the presentations on November 1, 8 and 15. You are welcome to attend either the dinner or the presentation or both. Dinner is $12; the presentations are free. Please register using the RSVP form. The November 30 event requires a separate ticket (no dinner that week).

Thursday, Nov. 8 (Bethlehem Chapel)

6:15: Gathering and Dinner
7:00: Kirsten Powers moderating discussion with Austin Channing Brown

Powers and Channing Brown will discuss the book, I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, Channing Brown’s memoir is an eye-opening account of growing up black, Christian, and female amid white America’s expressed love affair with “diversity”.

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    • November 8, 2018 @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm