By the end of the book, I thought to myself, I could have written this. It so clearly describes my understanding of the deinstitutionalization of the Church, and our own experiences right here in PGV. And then I discovered this book was written in 2015. Before the acceleration brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Yipes.
Last spring, over 50 people participated in a study of the book with me. The response was so overwhelmingly positive that I am delighted to share with you two important upcoming opportunities:
Register by clicking the link here.
Purchase the book and read Chapter One: Death with Dignity for the first session.
On Saturday, November 18, we are delighted that author John Dorhauer will share a presentation with us on the learnings from the book. This event will be offered in-person for participants with the presenter Zoom-ing in (participants may attend by Zoom as well). There will be time for Q&A and a meal together. More details, including location and registration details to come.
We claim ourselves to be an Easter people. What does that mean, what does that look like in the context of Church in today’s postmodern world? I look forward to continuing the conversation!