Fearless Financial Wellness with Zach Lee
Sundays 10:30 – 11:30 am, Living Room – Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14
Wednesdays 6:30 – 730 pm, Living Room – Oct. 3, 10, 24
Join Trinity member and marital coach Zach Lee for this series on money and faith. Money is one of the biggest factors in healthy relationships, both with other humans and with God. Zach works with a variety of couples and individuals to make these conversations less scary. Join us both on Sundays and Wednesdays for an opportunity to do some learning and some practice about living fearlessly around our finances, throughout the many seasons of life.
Questions about the Middle East? Come get answers direct from the field!
Sunday, Nov. 4 | 9 am & 10:30 am | Living Room
Wednesday, Nov. 7 | 6:30 pm | Living Room
A presentation from Lutheran Mideast Development (LMD) on 108 years of good work in the Middle East. LMD’s international director will give a presentation rooted in 30 years experience in the field. You will hear compelling and hope-filled stories, and there will be time for questions and answers.
James Peterson has worked in the Middle East for over thirty years planning and implementing emergency relief, community development and peace and reconciliation programs throughout the region.
He was Field Director for the Reconciliation Walk Crusades Anniversary Project, which marked the 900th anniversary of the First Crusade with high-level and grassroots gatherings bringing together Western Christians and Muslim, Jewish and Eastern Christians in the Middle East.
Following September 11, 2001, he led symposia at the invitation of Sunni, Shiite, Druze and Christian leaders in Beirut and Damascus around the theme of violence in religion. The symposia were attended by the leadership of every confessional and political community in Lebanon and Syria.
More recently he has worked with displaced communities and refugees in the Middle East, focusing especially on Kurds.
He was also a presenter at the Nobel Peace Forum at Augsburg University.
Beyond Minnesota Nice: Radical Hospitality
Sundays – Nov. 11 & 18, Living Room
Wednesday – Nov. 14, Living Room
The early Christian church was built on hospitality. But every culture has a little different sense of what that looks like. Pastor Chris will lead a discussion on the radical ways that the church is called to be more than just “Minnesota Nice.” Part Bible Study. Part conversation connector. All are welcome!
Questions? Please contact Pastor Peter.