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Politics in 2024, Anyone?

April 11, 18, and 25

7:30 - 9:00 p.m via Individual and Group Zoom

Book Discussion on The Liturgy of Politics

Live via Zoom

$29 (not including the book)

Politics in 2024, Anyone?

Politics in 2024, anyone?

What if God wants to meet us in our political disillusionment this year? How do we respond when our public offices are no longer containers of hope? Is there a gift hidden in that?

Join Kaleid in April for a book club to explore the way that this season of disillusionment and disruption is an opportunity for us to notice and join God’s unfolding story of humility, justice, and mercy in our politics and in our communities.

We will be asking how we move from confusion to communion with God, where to find stability in the midst of political anxiety, and how we grow from apathy to agency in 2024.

We are reading Kaitlyn Schiess’ book The Liturgy of Politics. Schiess, a theologian, writes from her deep experience in cultural evangelicalism. “She insists that the way out of our political morass is first to recognize the formative power of the political forces all around us and then to recover historic Christian practices that shape us according to the truth of the gospel.” (from the book jacket)

This book club will be a dynamic space of lively interaction. We will seek to spend more than half of our time in discussion. The discussion will take place in groups of 3-5 people in zoom rooms, unless you’d like to gather a few friends in your home to be your discussion partners! (see below)

When? 7:30 - 9:00 pm, Thursdays, April 11, 18, and 25th

Where? Via Zoom*

How much? $29 (not including the book)

* Note: This book club is a perfect opportunity for you to join with a few friends in your home! You can share the zoom, large group portion together and then have your own discussion groups for our breakout times. When you sign up, just indicate that you’re hosting your own group or participating with a hosted group!

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