September 18, 2019

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News & Upcoming Events 2019


Adult Ed this Sunday (9/22/19) at 11:00AM following worship. We are continuing the 2007 documentary Constantine’s Sword which is based on James Carroll’s book of the same name. The presentation by Rabbi Stephen Cohen last month enlightened many of us to the reality and dangers of anti-Semitism. This documentary will broaden our understanding of the problem. “James Carroll maps the profoundly troubling two-thousand-year course of the Church’s battle against Judaism and faces the crisis of faith it has provoked in his own life as a Catholic. More than a chronicle of religion, this dark history is the central tragedy of Western civilization, its fault-lines reaching deep into our culture. The Church’s failure to protest the Holocaust (the infamous “silence” of Pius XII) is only part of the story: the death camps, Carroll shows, are the culmination of a long, entrenched tradition of anti-Judaism. From Gospel accounts of the death of Jesus on the cross, to Constantine’s transformation of the cross into a sword, to the rise of blood libels, scapegoating, and modern anti-Semitism, Carroll reconstructs the dramatic story of the Church’s conflict not only with Jews but with itself. Yet in tracing the arc of this narrative, he implicitly affirms that it did not necessarily have to be so. There were roads not taken, heroes forgotten. New roads can be taken yet. Demanding that the Church finally face this past in full, Carroll calls for a fundamental rethinking of the deepest questions of Christian faith. Only then can Christians, Jews, and all who carry the burden of this history begin to forge a new future.”  Join us at 11:00AM in the Window Room of Morgan Hall.

Russian Language School this Saturday, September 21, at 9:00AM.


JOB OPENING AT THE PRESBYTERY OF SANTA BARBARA. The Presbytery is actively seeking a person for the part-time Bookkeeper position in the Presbytery office. This position is a budgeted position and is currently open. If you are interested or know of someone who might be, please contact our Presbytery Stated Clerk, Sandy Thoits, at"> Thank you for helping to spread the word about this opening. Blessings!


PARKINSON'S EVENTDuring the speaker meeting on Tuesday, October 8, from 2:15-3:15PM, there will be a talk on Non-Motor Symptom in Parkinson: The Patient’s Perspective. Speakers are: Carol Walton (President & CEO of The Parkinson Alliance) and Jeffrey Wertheimer (PhD, ABPP-CN). Please join us.

NEXT BOOK CLUB will be on Saturday, October 12, at 10:00AM in the Vos room. We will be discussing The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. All are welcome!